Ahsan Khan is a British-born Pakistani actor, because of his efforts and dedication to the Pakistani media industry, it is safe to say the industry would definitely be incomplete without him.
Ahsan Khan is a married man and the surprising fact about him is that most people don’t know that he has an identical twin brother, two elder sisters, and an older brother. During his childhood, he lived dual cultures as Khan’s family frequently moved between England and Pakistan. He did a Masters’s degree in English Literature from Government College University, Lahore, but had to postpone it because of acting. He plans to finish it later on.
This handsome hunk formed his career in acting back in the early 2000s. He appeared in several films films like Nikaah and Ghar Kab Aao Gay. After which he switched over to television.
Where he is adored for working in different Pakistani dramas where he portrays roles and personalities of all types be it negative, bold, romantic, or a villain character this personality has done everything with experience and commitment.
Ahsan Khan’s Career
More pages can be filled in detail on Ahsan Khan’s career as this star has been in the Pakistani industry for a long time.
Ehsan is a self-trained and well-experienced actor in the Pakistan Showbiz industry. He first starred in the early 2000s in the hit film “Nikah”, which entered the movie media industry. He learned and worked a little harder. Later, in 2004, his efforts paid off and he discovered that he was starting to get leading roles in several Pakistani dramas. Ahsan first appeared in the series “Ana” (aired on Geo TV in 2004). In 2005, he flourished further when he made serials like “Safaid Posh”, “Mehndi Wale Hath”. Fans remember his amazing performance in the PTV serial “Barson Baad” till today.
Earlier this year, Ahsan Khan played the role of “Rehan” in 2009, which aired on HUM TV, one of Pakistan’s entertainment channels. He has done over 20 serials in the last five to six years and has starred in all of them. In addition, he played many roles in serials like “Pani Jessa Pyar”, “Takkay ki ayegi baraat”, and“Love, Life Aur Lahore”.
He played excellent roles in 2012 and 13, but the most popular of these was “Mirat ul Uros” and he played the role of Hashim (serial on GET TV). He later did an eye-opening and thought-provoking play on “Udaari,” which aired on HUM, which received a positive response.
Age of Ahsan Khan
Ahsan was born on October 09, 1981.
Ahsan Khan’s Height
Ahsan is 1.82M tall.
Ahsan Khan’s Horoscope
Ahsan Khan’s Zodiac Star is Libra.
Ahsan Khan’s Nationality
Favorite Film Star
Ahsan’s Favorit Film star is Shan
Education of Ahsan Khan
Ahsan khan did his schooling in London and later earned a master’s degree in English literature from the Government College University in Lahore.
Ahsan Khan’s Family
The Ahsan family settled in London and later moved permanently to Lahore. It was here that he met his wife.
Ahsan Khan’s Wife
Ahsan’s wife’s name was Fatima Khan. She is his neighbor and they are family friends.
Children of Ahsan Khan
Ahsan and Fatima Khan have 3 kids. They have 1 daughter Sukaina and 2 sons, one of whom is Akbar.
List of Ahsan Khan Dramas
- Zindagi – PTV Drama
- Saat Sur Rishtoon Ke – PTV Drama
- Chingaarian – PTV Drama
- Duniya Daari – PTV Drama
- Sharbati – PTV Drama
- Gharoor – PTV Drama
- Din Dhale – PTV Dram
- Tapish – PTV Drama
- Kagaz Kay Phool – PTV Drama
- Shaam Dhale – Geo TV Drama
- Dil Hai ke Diya Hai – Geo TV Drama
- Kaghaz Kay Phool – PTV Drama
- Mutthi Bhar Aasman – ARY Digital Drama
- Taqdeer – Drama (2004)
- Ana – Drama (2005)
- Safaid Posh – Drama (2005)
- Mehndi Waale Haath – Drama (2005)
- Chashmaan – Drama (2006)
- Banjar – Drama (2006)
- Barson Baad – Drama (2006)
- Saiqa – Drama (2009)
- Koonj – Drama (2009)
- Kaahe ko Biyahe Badais – Drama (2009)
- Dil Dard Dhuwaan – Drama (2009)
- Vasl – Drama (2010)
- Dastaan – Drama (2010)
- Parsa – Drama (2010)
- Pani Jaisa Piyar – Drama (2011)
- Tera Pyar Nahi Bhoole – Drama (2011)
- Takkay ki Ayegi Baraat – Drama (2011)
- Love, Life aur Lahore – Drama (2011)
- Ik Yaad Hai – Drama (2011)
- Neeyat – Drama (2011)
- Main Chand Si – Drama (2011)
- Omar Dadi aur Gharwalay – Drama (2011)
- Mere Qatil Mere Dildar – Drama (2012)
- Bilqees Kaur – Drama (2012)
- Meri Ladli – Drama (2012)
- Mahi Aye Ga – Drama (2012)
- Na Kaho Tum Mere Nahi – Drama (2013)
- Heer Ranjha – Drama (2013)
- Mata-e-Jaan Hai Tu – Drama (2013)
- Annie Ki Ayegi Baraat – Drama (2013)
- Mirat Ul Uroos – Drama (2013)
- Khoya Khoya Chand – Drama (2013)
- Gohar-e-Nayab – Drama (2013)
- Emaan – Drama (2013)
- Mujhe Khuda Pe Yaqeen Hai – Drama (2013)
- Meri Zindagi Hai Tu – Drama (2013)
- Kabhi Kabhi – Drama (2013)
- Qudrat – Drama (2014)
- Mausam – Drama (2014)
- Marasim – Drama (2014)
- Zid – Drama (2014)
- Mere Dard Ki Tujhe Kya Khabar – Drama (2015)
- Kaise Hoye Benaam – Drama (2015)
- Tumhare Siwa – Drama (2015)
- Chupkay Say Bahar Ajaay – Drama (2015)
- Preet Na Kariyo Koi – Drama (2015)
- Udaari – Drama (2016)
- Saya-e-Dewar Bhi Nahi – Drama (2016)
- Kaisi Khushi Laya Chand – Drama (2016)
- Maslehat – Drama (2016)
- Haasil – Drama (2016)
List of Ahsan Khan’s Movies
- Ghunghat – 1996
- Nikah – 1998
- Billi -2000
- Ghar Kab Aao Gay Captain Amir – 2000
- Ishq Khuda Ahsan – 2013
- Dil Mera Dhadkan Teri Saad – 2013
- Sultanat – 2014
- Chupan Chupai – 2016
- Mohabbat Ki Aakhri Kahaani – 2016
In addition to acting, Ahsan Khan is also a good host and producer. She hosted a quiz show called “Haya Allal Fallah” which aired on Hum TV during the 2011 Ramadan telecast. Ahsan has been in production since 2016. Produced the socially relevant drama serial “Dukh Sukh”. In the year 2018, he wrote more than twenty works for television on various topics. Now one day, he is hosting a talk show called “Bol Nights with Ahsan Khan”. On July 30, 2019, Khan was appointed CLF Goodwill Ambassador by the Children’s Literature Festival.
The actor is a recipient of the Three Hum Award. He won his first Hum Award for Best Actor in a 2015 drama serial “Mausam”. His second and third Hum Awards went to Best Actor and Negative for Best Performance in a Drama Series called “Udaari”. In addition, he was nominated for Best Actor and Best Actor for his work in the drama serials “Mere Qatil Mere Dildar” (2012) and “Chuppan Chupai” (2018) respectively.