Sahil Khan

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Sahil Khan
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Sahil Khan
Born Sahil Khan
(1982-11-05) 5 November 1982 (age 33)
Kolkata, India
Other names Sahil Style Khan, Style Boy, Indian Rambo
Ethnicity Pashtun and Chinese
Occupation Creative director, Director
Years active 2001–present

Sahil Khan is an Indian actor, who appears in Bollywood films. He made his debut in N. Chandra's comedy film, Style (2001), later went on to appear in its sequel, Xcuse Me (2003), and also in Aladin (2009). He married Negar Khan in 2004, however the next year in July they separated.

Early life[edit]

Born in Kolkata, to a Pathan father and a Chinese mother, Khan was brought up in Delhi.[1][2]


Khan started his career with musical video of Stereo Nation "Nachange Saari Raat".[1] Later, through the music video "Oh Laila" by Sanjay F. Gupta, he was spotted by director N. Chandra who cast him in his next feature film. He made his film debut as a lead along with Sharman Joshi in N. Chandra's 2001 comedy film Style, which was a hit. He followed it up with Shortcut, and later the sequel to Style, Xcuse Me (2003).[3] 2005 saw his film with bold theme, Double Cross, opposite Negar Khan.[4]

In 2009 he appeared alongside Amitabh Bachchan, in Aladin. In 2010, he starred in Ramaa: The Saviour, alongside Tanushree Dutta and wrestler The Great Khali.[5][6]

As of 2010 he was living in the Lokhandwala suburb of Mumbai.[7]

In 2009 Khan worked with industrialist Yash Birla and nutritionist Rehan Jalali to develop sports and nutrition supplements for the Indian market.[8] In the same year he formed a film production company with Ayesha Shroff, wife of actor Jackie Shroff.[9]


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