Eijaz Khan

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Eijaz Khan (born 28 August 1975) is an Indian film and television actor.[1] He rose to fame by playing the lead roles in Balaji Telefilms serials Kkavyanjali, and Kyaa Hoga Nimmo Kaa.[2] He appeared in the leading role of Raidhan Raj Katara (Mukhi) in the Sony TV program Yeh Moh Moh Ke Dhaagey.[3] In 2019 he was seen in the web series called Halala that premiered on Ullu App[4] and Mayanagari-City of Dreams[5] that premiered on Hotstar. He also appeared in Bigg Boss 14. He left the show due to his prior commitment.[6]

Indian actor

Eijaz Khan

Khan in 2016
Born (1975-08-28) 28 August 1975 (age 46)

Occupation Actor
Years active 1999–present
Partner(s) Pavitra Punia (2021-present)

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Khan was born on 28 August 1975 in Hyderabad, India. He has two siblings, a younger brother and sister. By the time he was three-years old, his parent had separated. He and his brother lived with their father in Mumbai while, his mother and sister lived in Hyderabad. His mother died in 1991, and it was after this that he finally met his sister who was 13-years old at the time.[7] He attended Our Lady of Perpetual Succour High School in Chembur, Mumbai, and Datta Meghe College of Engineering where he obtained his civil engineering degree.

Khan dated television actress Anita Hassanandani. Khan currently is in a relationship with actress Pavitra Punia whom he met in Bigg Boss 14.[8]

Year Title Role Language Notes
1999 Thakshak Hindi
2002 Maine Dil Tujhko Diya[9] Eijaz
2003 Zameen Dancer Special appearance in the song “Dilli ki Sardi”
kuch Naa Kaho[9] Vikram
2007 Just Married Abhay’s Friend Guest appearance
2008 Meerabai Not Out Dr. Arjun Awasthi
Bhanwra Unreleased[10]
2009 Kiss Kiss Bang Bang Unreleased[11]
2011 Tanu Weds Manu Jassi Gill
Dhada Amit Telugu
2013 Zilla Ghaziabad Ombir Singh Hindi
2014 Lucky Kabootar Lucky
2015 Tanu Weds Manu Returns Jassi Gill
2016 Shorgul Mustaqeem
2019 Upstarts

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