Ahsan Khan

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Ahsan Khan
Pakistani celebrity Ahsan Raza Khan.jpg
Khan in 2011 on sets of Hayya Allal Falah recording season finale.
Born (1981-10-09) 9 October 1981 (age 37)[1]
NationalityPakistani
Occupation
Years active1998-present
Height6 ft (183 cm)[3]
Spouse(s)Fatima Khan

Ahsan Khan is a Pakistani film and television actor, producer, host and performer. He began acting in 1998. He appeared in the films Nikah, Billi, Kab Aao Gay, Ishq Khuda, Dil Mera Dharkan Teri and later moved on to television. He hosted a quiz show Hayya Allal Falah on Hum TV in 2011, during Ramadan.

Personal life[edit]

He was born in London on the 9 October 1981, into a family of five siblings : an elder brother, two elder sisters and a twin brother, Yasir Khan. He's the only one to have gone into acting, and when his family shifted back to Lahore, he earned a master’s degree in English Literature at Government College University.[4]

Career[edit]

Khan began acting when he appeared, at the age of 17, in the 1998 film Nikah and the very same year did Hans Ki Chaal for PTV. Khan later appeared in the film Ghar Kab Aao Gay (2000) and moved into television appearing in many television dramas. He hosted a quiz show Hayya Allal Falah on Hum TV in 2011, during Ramadan.[5][2] He received acclaim for his role in the 2016 drama Udaari.[6]

Since 2016 he has also turned to production,[7] with the socially relevant series Dukh Sukh, being "tired of the same old 'saas bahu' dramas",[8] and as of 2018, has produced more than twenty works for television.[9]

In 2017 he starred in the film Chupan Chupai.

Filmography[edit]

Key
dagger Denotes work that has not been released yet
dagger Denotes films / drama that are currently on cinema / on air

Flims[edit]

Year Title Role Refs
1998 Nikah (film)
2000 Billi
Ghar Kab Aao Gay Captain Amir
2013 Ishq Khuda Ahsan
Dil Mera Dhadkan Teri Saad
2014 Sultanat
2016 Chashm e Num Shahid
Mohabbat Ki Aakhri Kahaani Jamaal
2017 Chupan Chupai Babu [10]
2018 Tick Tock Animated Movie - Voice role [11]
Rehbra dagger [12][13]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role
2005 Beti Kamaal
2006 Barson Baad Asif
2006 Diya Sath Chand Lamhon Ka Rehaan
2007 Muqadas Rehaan
2009 Saiqa Rehaan
2010 Vasl Adeel
2010 Dastaan Saleem
2010 Parsa David Agarwal
2011 Pani Jaisa Piyar Saad
2011 Tera Pyar Nahi Bhoole Hadi
2011 Takkay ki Ayegi Baraat Azar
2011 Neeyat Ismail
2011 Omar Dadi aur Gharwalay Ahmed
2012 Mere Qatil Mere Dildar Umar
2012 Bilqees Kaur Sultan
2012 Meri Ladli Tabraiz
2013 Na Kaho Tum Mere Nahi Meerab
2013 Heer Ranjha Ranjha
2013 Mata-e-Jaan Hai Tu Adeel
2013 Annie Ki Ayegi Baraat Azar
2013 Mirat Ul Uroos Hashim
2013 Khoya Khoya Chand Aarib
2013 Meri Zindagi Hai Tu Aman
2013 Gohar-e-Nayab Sami
2013 Mujhe Khuda Pe Yaqeen Hai Arham
2013 Kabhi Kabhi Araiz
2014 Mausam Hashir
2014 Marasim Daud
2014 Zid Umer
2015 Tumhare Siwa Aazar
2015 Preet Na Kariyo Koi Shams
2016 Udaari Imtiaz Sheikh
2016 Saya-e-Dewar Bhi Nahi Haider Shah
2016–2017 Haasil Junaid
2018 Maryam Periera dagger Ali Khan
2018 Aangan dagger Safdar/Subhan
2018 Alif dagger Taha Abul Ala

Reality shows[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2013 Madventures Host ARY Digital
2015–2016 Asia's Singing Superstar Host co-host Shweta Pandit
2017 Knorr Noodles Boriyat Busters Host Childrens Game Show[14]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
Hum Awards
2012 Meray Qatil Meray Dildar Hum Award for Best Actor Nominated[citation needed]
2015 Mausam Won[citation needed]
2017 Udaari Won[citation needed]
Hum Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role Won[citation needed]
Lux Style Awards
2018 Chupan Chupai Best Actor Nominated[15]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "5 MUST KNOW FACTS ABOUT AHSAN KHAN ON HIS BIRTHDAY:". ARY Digital. 2017-10-09. Retrieved 2018-04-01.
  2. ^ a b Piyali Dasgupta (10 September 2014). "Ahsan Khan: It would be a dream for me to work with Indian artists". The Times of India. Retrieved 31 December 2015.
  3. ^ Ahsan Khan's IMDb profile - Biography
  4. ^ "Ahsan Khan ~ the Admirable British Pakistani Actor", DesiBlitz. Retrieved 10 October 2018.
  5. ^ "Ahsan Khan To Host Hayya Allal Falah on Hum TV". awamiweb.com. Retrieved 11 August 2012.
  6. ^ https://www.somethinghaute.com/evil-side-ahsan-khan
  7. ^ Faizan Javed (16 September 2016), "Exploring Ahsan Khan’s journey to stardom", The Nation. Retrieved 10 October 2018
  8. ^ Irfan ul Haq (20 October 2016), "With new series Dukh Sukh, Ahsan Khan hopes to recreate some PTV magic", Dawn News. Retrieved 10 October 2018.
  9. ^ Madeeha Syed (7 January 2018), "THE ICON INTERVIEW: REBIRTH OF AN ACTOR", Dawn News. Retrieved 10 October 2018.
  10. ^ Ahmed Sarym (10 February 2016). "Ahsan Khan and Neelam Muneer pair up for Mohsin Ali's directorial debut". HIP. Retrieved 16 July 2017.
  11. ^ Maliha Rehman (3 February 2018). "Tick Tock is a necessary movie because there's hardly any content for children: Ahsan Khan". DAWN Images. Retrieved 10 February 2018.
  12. ^ Hafsa Saeed (24 November 2016). "Ahsan Khan and Ayesha Omer have signed a movie together". HIP. Retrieved 16 July 2017.
  13. ^ Aiman Siddiqi (24 November 2016). ""I'm a lawyer by education but an actor by birth" says Sarish Khan". HIP. Retrieved 16 July 2017.
  14. ^ "Knorr Noodles Boriyat Busters will make sure your Friday evenings are sorted". DAWN. 8 September 2017. Retrieved 7 February 2018.
  15. ^ "Here are the winners from the Lux Style Awards 2018". Geo TV. 13 January 2018. Retrieved 6 June 2018.

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