Mohammed Iqbal Khan

Mohammed Iqbal Khan (born 10 February 1981[1]), more commonly known as Iqbal Khan, is an Indian actor.

Mohammed Iqbal Khan
Mohammed Iqbal Khan

(1981-02-10) 10 February 1981[1]
OccupationModel, actor, television actor
Years active2002–present
Spouse(s)Sneha Chhabra Khan

Khan was born in Kashmir and began school in Tyndale Biscoe School, Srinagar and was further educated at Pinegrove School, Kasauli. He was a part of Falguni Pathak's Indhana Mirwa music video.

His television debut was as Angad Khanna in the serial Kaisa Ye Pyar Hai, this role made him an instant star.

Soon after, he went on to play the character of Shaurya in Kavyanjali and Raghu for Kahiin To Hoga. After the ending of Kaisa Ye Pyar Hai, Khan did another serial, Karam Apnaa Apnaa, playing the role of Shiv Kapoor. He left Karam Apnaa Apnaa at the end of 2006.

He made a comeback on television with Chhoona Hai Aasmaan as the air force officer Abhimanyu Adhikari. Khan appeared in Waaris and took the lead role of Rudra in the serial Sanjog Se Bani Sangini. He portrayed Dr. Viren Roy in Yahaaan Main Ghar Ghar Kheli from March to June 2012.

In 2015 Khan joined with Ekta Kapoor and was cast in a double role on a limited-episode series for Sony TV, winning two awards for it.

In July 2016, Khan was criticized for his Facebook post comparing Indian Kashmir with Palestine.[2][3]

Khan was also seen in &TV's show Waaris as Charan Pawania.

Khan is married to Sneha Chhabra,[4] whom he met at a shoot of a video album.[5] They have a daughter Ammara, who was born in 2011.[6][7]




  • Great Face of the Year (Male) – 2005
  • Best Actor (Jury) – 2013
Indian Telly Awards[8]
  • Best Debutant – 2005
  • Most Popular Actor in Leading Role – 2006
  • Best Onscreen Jodi – 2006
Kalakar Awards[9]
  • Best Actor – 2005
  • Best Actor – 2016
Zee Gold Awards
  • Best Onscreen Jodi – 2014


  1. "About Iqbal", Mohammed Iqbal Khan website.
  2. Sarika Sharma, "Iqbal Khan compares current Kashmir situation with Palestine in his controversial FB post", The Times of India, 18 July 2016.
  3. "Iqbal Khan compares Kashmir with Palestine in a controversial post!", ABP Live, 18 July 2016.
  4. Chaya Unnikrishnan, "I want my daughter to be strong: Iqbal Khan", DNA, 28 February 2014.
  5. Farhana Farook (16 April 2007). "The Khan of small screen". DNA. Retrieved 1 July 2012.
  6. Tushar Joshi (29 December 2011). "Iqbal Khan is daddy dearest now!". Times of India. Retrieved 1 July 2012.
  7. "I want to live my dream: Iqbal Khan". The Times of India. 13 April 2012. Retrieved 1 July 2012.
  8. "Indian Telly Awards". Retrieved 25 October 2012.
  9. "Kalakar Awards". Retrieved 25 October 2012.
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