Sajid Khan (director)
Sajid in 2016
|Born||Sajid Kamran Khan
23 November 1970 
|Occupation||Film Director, film actor, television presenter|
|Relatives||Farah Khan (sister)
Shirish Kunder (brother in law)
Sajid Kamran Khan (born 23 November 1970) is an Indian filmmaker, scriptwriter, talk show host, presenter and actor.
Khan was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra, the son of former actor Kamran Khan and his wife Menaka Khan née Irani. He has one sister, Farah Khan, who is a choreographer, director, producer and actor. Farah is married to Shirish Kunder, also a producer, editor and director of films. Khan has other connections to the film industry: former actresses Honey Irani and Daisy Irani are his mother's sisters and filmmakers Farhan Akhtar and Zoya Akhtar are his maternal cousins.
Khan completed his primary education from Maneckji Cooper School in Mumbai and then attended Mithibai College to complete his graduation. At age 16, while yet a college student, he started DJ-ing at various parties and social events.
Khan started his career as a host of the TV show Main Bhi Detective in 1995.
In Kehne Mein Kya Harz Hai he played triple roles, the show made 200 episodes which were aired from 1997-2001.
He also did a stand-up comedy show Sajid No. 1 in the late 1990s. His next show was Super SaIe in 2005.[unreliable source?] In 2008, he hosted a talk show Sajid's Superstars and also judged India's Got Talent season 2.
Khan started his directorial career with the movie Darna Zaroori Hai (2006), which had six short stories, in which he directed one story – the story about a man going to watch movie passing through graveyard (starring Manoj Pahwa and Sarita Joshi) called The Graveyard. He then directed Heyy Babyy (2007), his first full-length effort. This was followed by Housefull (2010) and Housefull 2 (2012), all three of which were moderately successful. This was followed by Himmatwala (2013), a critical and commercial disaster. His next directorial venture was the epic disaster Humshakals (2014), which is generally ranked among the worst Indian films of all time.
- As director
- Darna Zaroori Hai (2006)
- Heyy Babyy (2007)
- Housefull (2010)
- Housefull 2 (2012)
- Himmatwala (2013)
- Humshakals (2014)
- As actor
- Jhooth Bole Kauwa Kaate (1998)
- Main Hoon Na (2004) played a cameo role in prom night song (Gori Gori)
- Mujhse Shaadi Karogi (2004) cameo as himself doing commentary
- Happy New Year (2014) played the role of director in the movie (Cameo)
- TV Program
- Yaaron Ki Baraat (2016)
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- Tyagi, Amit (9 October 2013). "Nach Baliye six returns with 11 new jodis ...though with same host and anchors this November". India Today. Retrieved 30 April 2016.
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- "This is Sajid No. 1, seriously". The Times of India. 18 June 2003. Retrieved 2016-08-13.
- "Saif Ali Khan's triple avatar in 'Humshakals'". The Times of India. Retrieved 30 April 2016.
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