Ayub Khan, the Indian film and television actor, celebrated his 51st Birthday on 23rd February 2020. He is best known for his appearance in television series like Colors TV’s 2008-2015 soap opera Uttaran directed by Ravindra Gautam, Nandita Mehra and Santosh Bhatt.
Ayub Khan Biography
Ayub Khan was born on 23 February 1969 in a Hindko speaking Awan tribe to former 1950s actress Begum Para and actor Nasir Khan.
Ayub’s portrayal of ‘Jogi Thakur’ in the television series ‘Uttaran’ won him 2010 Zee Gold Award for ‘Best Supporting Actor Male Critics’, 2010 Apsara Award for ‘Best Actor in a Drama Series’, 2010 Indian Telly Award for ‘Best Supporting Actor Male Popular’, 2010 Indian Television Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, 2011 Apsara Award for ‘Best Ensemble Cast’ and 2011 Zee Gold Award for ‘Best Supporting Actor Male Popular’.
Ayub Khan Top Hits
Ayub Khan has appeared in over 20 films and 20 television series in his acting career since 1992. He made his television debut in the 1988 DD National series Mahabharat produced by B. R. Chopra and directed by his son Ravi Chopra.
His other television serials are Sahara One’s 2003 – 2004 series Karishma – The Miracles of Destiny directed by Anurag Basu amongst others, Sahara One’s 2004 series Sahib Biwi Gulam produced by Pallavi Chatterjee, Zee TV’s 2005 drama series Kasshish directed by Ravi Rai, Zee TV’s 2010-2011 series Dil Se Diya Vachan produced by Kalyan Guha, Harsh Dave and Pintoo Guha, Star One’s 2005-2006 series India Calling, Doordarshan 2012-2015 show based on the stories of writer Ruskin Bond Ek Tha Rusty II and III, Star Plus’ 2012 soap opera serial Sajda Tere Pyaar Mein produced by Ravi Ojha & Zama Habib, Star Plus’ 2014 crime thriller serial Ek Hasina Thi created by Cinevistaas Ltd, Star Plus’ – Hotstar 2015 musical romance serial Phir Bhi Na Maane…Badtameez Dil, Life OK TV’s 2015-2016 horror-comedy serial Zindagi Abhi Baaki Hai Mere Ghost produced by Ravi Ojha Productions, Colors TV’s social drama series since May 2016 Shakti — Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki directed by Pankaj Kumar and Dooradarshan’s 2016 series Saab Ji directed by Siddharth Nagar,
Ayub Khan made his big-screen debut in the Mirza Brothers’ 1992 feature film Mashooq alongside Ayesha Jhulka. His notable films are Roopesh Kumar’s 1993 film Meri Aan in which he plays a lead role with Sanjay Dutt in a cameo appearance, Shahrukh Sultan’s 1994 film Salaami alongside Roshini Jaffery, Prakash Jha’s 1997 drama film The Death Sentence: Mrityu Dand starring alongside Madhuri Dixit, Shabana Azmi, Mohan Agashe and Om Puri, Sawan Kumar Tak’s 1997 romantic drama film Salma Pe Dil Aa Gaya alongside Saadhika Randhawa and Milind Gunaji in lead roles, Talat Jani’s 1997 feature film Jeeo Shaan Se alongside Dharmendra, Reena Roy and Monica Bedi, Arshad Khan’s 1997 film Daadagiri alongside Mithun Chakraborty, Ayub Khan, Simran, Rituparna Sengupta in lead role, Partho Ghosh 1998 film Khote Sikkey starring opposite Atul Agnihotri, Deepak Balraj Vij’s 1998 film Hafta Vasuli in which he played a pivotal role alongside Jackie Shroff, Aditya Pancholi, Madhoo and Saadhika Randhawa in pivotal roles, Arshad Khan’s 1998 film Jaane Jigar starring Jackie Shroff and Mamta Kulkarni, Gautam Adhikari’s 1999 film Chehraa, Dharmesh Darshan’s 2000 action masala film Mela in which he plays a special appearance, Farhan Akhtar’s 2001 coming-of-age drama film Dil Chahta Hai starring Aamir Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Akshaye Khanna, Preity Zinta, Sonali Kulkarni and Dimple Kapadia, Nargis Akter’s 2003 Bangladeshi-Bengali film Meghla Akash that deals with the issue of HIV/AIDS prevention and control, Harry Baweja’s 2003 action thriller film Qayamat: City Under Threat starring Ajay Devgn, Prakash Jha’s 2003 crime action film Gangaajal starring Ajay Devgn, Gracy Singh, Mukesh Tiwari and Daya Shankar Pandey, J. P. Dutta’s 2003 historical war drama film LOC: Kargil starring Sanjay Dutt and Sunil Shetty, T L V Prasad’s 2004 sex comedy film Tauba Tauba starring Antara Mona Lisa Biswas, Amin Gazi and Payal Rohatgi, Faroogh A. Siddique’s 2005 film Revati starring Kashmira Shah, Prakash Jha’s 2005 crime action film Apaharan starring Ajay Devgn, Bipasha Basu and Nana Patekar, Harry Baweja’s 2006 action-techno thriller film Teesri Aankh: The Hidden Camera starring Sunny Deol and Amisha Patel, A. Salaam’s 2009 action film Zamaanat alongside Jeetendra, Reena Roy in lead role and Kedar Shinde’s 2010 romantic comedy film Toh Baat Pakki! starring alongside Tabu, Sharman Joshi, Vatsal Seth and Yuvika Chaudhary. In 2011 he made a special appearance in the romantic drama film Yeh Dooriyan starring Deepshikha, Keshav Arora, Inder Kumar and Kunicka Lal.
Ayub currently appears in Sumit Sodani’s romance thriller drama serial Ek Bhram Sarvagun Sampanna on Star Plus. The serial produced by Sunny Side Up Films has Shrenu Parikh and Zain Imam in lead roles.
Ayub Khan Personal Life
Ayub Khan married Niharika Bhasin, who is a costume designer in the Indian film industry. They have two daughters, Zohra Khan and Tahura Khan. Niharika is known for her work in Abhishek Kapoor’s 2008 musical drama film Rock On!! And Milan Luthria’s 2011 biographical musical drama film The Dirty Picture. Niharika’s work in The Dirty Picture won her National Film Award for ‘Best Costume Design’ and Filmfare Award for ‘Best Costume Design’.
Ayub is the nephew of veteran bollywood actor Dilip Kumar, the elder brother of his father Nasir Khan. Ayub’s mother was the maternal aunt of actress Amrita Singh’s mother Rukhsana Sultana.
Ayub Khan Images on India Content Website
The India Content website has a good stock of Ayub Khan images. The high-definition images on the website are available in three sizes – small, medium and large.You can purchase various other content images from the https://www.indiacontent.in