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Sami Khan
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Khan on the sets of Aisi Hai Tanhai
Native name
منصور اسلم خان نیازی
Born
Mansoor Aslam Khan Niazi[1]

(1980-07-06) July 6, 1980 (age 38)[2]
StatusMarried
NationalityPakistani
EducationGraduation in electrical Engineering
OccupationActor, Model
Years active2004–Present
Height5 ft 10 in (178 cm)
Spouse(s)Shanzay Khan
RelativesTaifoor Khan (brother)

Mansoor Aslam Khan Niazi known professionally as Sami Khan, is a Pakistani actor and model. He started his career with film Salakhain and then moved to television. He is the recipient of Tarang Houseful award, PTV Award and Tamgha-e-Imtiaz.

Early life[edit]

He was born on July 6, 1980 in Lahore, Pakistan,[3] and gratuated as an electrical engineer from UET in 2003, even though he did not work as one as he landed a role in a film.[4]

His brother Taifoor Khan, a NCA graduate, is also an actor and model, while also being a musician who had his own successful band till 2008, Jadoo.[5]

Career[edit]

Khan made his Lollywood debut in 2004 with Salakhain,[6] where he portrayed the role of a young police officer named Mansoor. His debut drama serial was Dil se Dil Tak which was originally broadcast on PTV. Khan won the award for Best Actor in the 16th PTV awards ceremony, held on July 23, 2011 for drama serial Ghar Ki Khatir.[7] He is also the recipient of the Tamgha-e-Imtiaz (which is the fourth highest civilian award), in the Performing Arts Category in 2012. He was also nominated for Best Actor at Lux Style Awards for his outstanding performance in drama series Main (2013).[8]

In the first half of 2013, Khan appeared in the telefilm Devar Bhabhi directed by Sayed Noor. He played the role of Khalid, along with Saima Noor and Sadia Khan, a remake of the 1967 film of the same name.[9] Khan won Best Actor (Leading Role) for Devar Bhabhi.[1] He has also performed in the dramas Dil se Dil Tak, Sitam, Chaap, Angles, Apney Hue Paraye, Tootay Huay Par, Maaye-Ni and Me Gunehgar Nahi.[10]

His notable work include Jinnah Ke Naam (2009), Gharr Ki Khatir (2010), Sirat e Mustaqeem (2012), Do Qadam Door Thay (2014), Piya Man Bhaye (2015), Dhaani (Geo TV) (2016), Rasm E Duniya (2017), Be Inteha (Serial) (2017), Toh Dil Ka Kia Hua (2017), Aisi Hai Tanhai (2017), Khudgarz (2017) and Woh Mera Dil Tha (2018).

He is the recipient of Tarang Houseful award, PTV Award and Tamgha-e-Imtiaz.[11]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Title Year Role Additional Notes
Salakhain 2004 Mansoor Played beside Zara Sheikh and Ahmad Butt
Devar Bhabhi 2013 Khalid Played Besides Sadia Khan and Saima Noor
Gumm 2019 Asad Alongside with Shameen Khan and Shamoon Abbasi[12]
Kaaf Kangana 2019 TBA Alongside with Eshal Fayyaz and Ayesha Omer[13]
Wrong No. 2 2019 TBA Alongside with Neelam Muneer[14]

Television[edit]

Title Year Role Network
Dil se Dil Tak 2005 Abdul PTV
Chaap 2005 Khizar PTV
Tere Pehlu Mein 2006 Ashir Geo TV
Jinnah Ke Naam 2007 Ali PTV
Partition Ek Safar 2007 Salman Geo TV
Yad Piya Ki Aye 2008 Shehryar PTV
Kinara 2008 Geo TV
Sherdil 2008 Fawaz ARY Digital
Haroon To Piya Teri 2009 Yasir TV One
Kabhi Na Houn Hum Juda 2009 Yasir ARY Digital
Kaghaz Kay Phool 2009 Sheheryar PTV
Mehmaan 2009 Gulraiz Khan ARY Digital
Bol Meri Machli 2009 Geo TV
Khan Sahib 2009 Shehryar Indus Vision
Saij 2009 Kamran Geo TV
Love, Life Aur Lahore 2010 Pari Paker A-Plus
Moum 2010 Shobi (Shoaib) PTV
Ghar Ki Khatir 2010 Basham PTV
Yeh Dil Hi To Hai 2010 Farhan
Anokha Bandhan 2010 Ali ATV (Pakistan)
Jeevan ki rahon main 2010 Khayam Geo TV
Bas Ik Tera Intezar 2010 PTV
Maye Ni 2011 Hasham ARY Digital
Main Chand Si 2011 Salar ARY Digital
Jo Chale To Jaan Se Guzar Gaye 2011 Aazar Geo TV
Parwaz 2011 Moiz A-Plus
Kaala Jaadu 2011 Yusuf ARY Digital
Tootey Huwey Per 2011 Zaeem Geo TV
Jab naam pukaray jaingay 2011 Shakir Ullah Aaj TV
Akhri Barish 2011 Whisky Hum TV
Amber 2011 Faizan
Papa Man Jayen Gy 2011 Faizan Geo TV
Teri Raah Main Rul Gai 2012 Malik Jahandad Urdu 1
Daray Daray Naina 2012 Razim A-Plus
Khushi Ek Roag 2012 Ayan ARY Digital
Meri Ladli 2012 Abdul Hadi ARY Digital
Sabz Pari lal Kabootar 2012 Shafiq Geo TV
Sirat-e-Mustaqeem 2012 Mustaqeem Express Entertainment
Main 2012 Dara PTV
Topi Drama 2012 Ammar ARY Digital
Shadi Mubarak 2012 Faraz ARY Digital
My Dear Sotan 2012 Mehrban ARY Digital
Anoshka 2012 Abdul Mateen (Martin) PTV
Umm-e-Kulsoom 2013 Moosa ARY Digital
Ghaao 2013 Mohid Geo TV
Meri Dulari 2013 Yawar Geo TV
Mere Harjai 2013 Moeed ARY Digital
Main Gunehgar Nahi 2013 Faizan ARY Digital
Zindagi Dhoop Tum Ghana Saya 2013 ARY Digital
Barf 2013 A-Plus
Dil Muhallay Ki Haveli 2013 Saad Geo TV
Ek The Paro 2013 Aamir TV One
Soha Aur Savera 2013 Faris Geo Kahani
Bashar Momin 2014 Buland Bakhtiyar Geo Entertainment
Bikhra Mera Naseeb 2014 Haris Geo Entertainment
Miss Fire 2014 Sherry Geo TV
Do Qadam Door Thay 2014 Zohab udin urf Zob Geo Entertainment
Ishqaaway 2015 Geo Entertainment Geo TV
Anaya Tumhari Hui 2015 Sarim Geo Entertainment
Piya Mann Bhaye 2015 Shaheer Sikandar Geo Entertainment
Kaanch Ki Guriya 2015 Daim Geo Entertainment
Sultanat-e-Dil 2015 Wajdan Shah Geo Entertainment
Deemak 2015 Armaghan Geo Entertainment
Paras 2015 Shehriar Geo Entertainment
Mannat 2016 Dil Nawaz Geo Entertainment
Dhaani 2016 Sameer Geo Entertainment
Mannchali 2016 Monis Geo Entertainment
Teri Meri Jodi 2016 Kabeer Geo Entertainment
Mera Dard Bayzuba 2016 Faris Geo Entertainment
Be Inteha[15][16] 2017 Shehryar (Sherry) Urdu 1
Tere Bina[17] 2017 Umeir Geo Entertainment
Rasm E Duniya[18] 2017 Harib ARY Digital
Mushrik 2017 Ali A Plus Entertainment
Toh Dil Ka Kia Hua 2017 Faris Hum TV
Aisi Hai Tanhai 2017 Hamza ARY Digital
Khudgarz 2017 Hassan ARY Digital
Woh Mera Dil Tha 2018 Zaid ARY Digital
Inkaar 2019 Shayaan Hum TV

Awards[edit]

Year Film/Serial Award Category Result
2011 Ghar Ki Khatir PTV Award Best Actor Won[19]
2013 Devar Bhabi Tarang Housefull Awards[20] Best Actor Won
2013 Mein 12th Annual LUX Style Awards[8] Best TV Actor (Terrestrial) Nominated
2018 Aisi Hai Tanhai IPPA Awards Best TV Actor Nominated
2018 GUMM Creation International Film Festival Canada Best Actor Feature Film Won
2018 GUMM Madrid International Film Festival Best Actor Foreign Language Film Won

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Hottie of the week". tribune.com. Retrieved 17 July 2017.
  3. ^ "Hottie of the week: Sami Khan | The Express Tribune". The Express Tribune. 2014-04-01. Retrieved 2018-10-11.
  4. ^ Ally Adnan (21 May 2018), "Show business is risky business: Sami Khan", The Daily Times. Retrieved 22 June 2018.
  5. ^ Ally Adnan (1 June 2018), "Taifoor Khan", Good Times. Retrieved 7 October 2018.
  6. ^ "Salakhain (2004)". imdb.com. Retrieved 17 July 2017.
  7. ^ "Winners of the 16th PTV Awards". Dawn.com. Retrieved 17 July 2017.
  8. ^ a b Saeed, Usman. "12th Annual LUX Style Awards Nominations".
  9. ^ "Devar Bhabhi". mazhar.dk. Retrieved 17 July 2017.
  10. ^ "Sami Khan Wife, Brother – His Biography from Scratch". magmedianews.com.
  11. ^ "Sami Khan". IMDb. Retrieved 2018-10-10.
  12. ^ Sana Mohsin (3 May 2018), "Gumm: In The Middle Of Nowhere; A thriller Starring Sami Khan, Shamoon Abbasi and Shameen Khan", Hipinpakistan. Retrieved 24 October 2018.
  13. ^ "Khalil ur Rehman Qamar’s Kaaf Kangana will star Sami Khan and Eshal Fayyaz"
  14. ^ Muna Moini (4 October 2018), "Wrong No. is getting a sequel with Sami Khan and Neelum Muneer in lead roles", SomethingHaute. Retrieved 24 October 2018.
  15. ^ "Be Inteha – URDU 1 Drama". festbyte.com. Retrieved 17 July 2017.
  16. ^ "See Naveen Waqar & Sami Khan's Chemistry In Urdu1's New Drama Be Inteha!". veryfilmi.com. Retrieved 17 July 2017.
  17. ^ "Tere Bina". harpalgeo.tv. Retrieved 17 July 2017.
  18. ^ "Rasm-e-Duniya: Why are Pakistani dramas obsessed with weepy women and damsels in distress?". blogs.tribune.com. Retrieved 17 July 2017.
  19. ^ "Winners of the 16th PTV Awards", August 21, 2011, Dawn News.
  20. ^ Saeed, Usman. "Results And Pictures Of Tarang Housefull Awards".

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