Zeb Khan

Zeb Khan (born 6 May 1980) is an Indian television actor. His most prominent roles to date have been the positive role of Nand, foster father of Krishna in the mythological TV series, Jai Shri Krishna (2008–2009) and an out and out negative character portrayal of Vikramaditya in Meera (TV Series) (2009–2010). Today Zeb[1] stands as one of the most established actors in the Indian television fraternity.

Zeb Khan
Born (1980-05-06) 6 May 1980
Years active2000present


Early life and background

Khan has three elder sisters who are married and well settled. Zeb Khan did his schooling from St. Paul's Nainital. He did his further studies from NIIT Delhi. Here, He won Mr Brilliant pageant, an inter college competition which was judged by Priya Gill which started his journey into the world of entertainment. Upon winning the title he was immediately selected as the lead model for a leading garment chain. Zeb khan is currently dating actress Aditi Sajwan with whom he has done a couple of shows, Jai shri Krishna and Meera as the lead couple.


Zeb [2] Khan's first show on Television was Ek Nazar ki tamanna for ETV URDU and Tumhara intezar hai for ETV URDU where Priyanka kothari now known as Nisha Kothari,a film actress was cast opposite him. Then he played the lead in “Samarpan” where he played as a militant featuring Rajiv Khandelwal on DD Metro which was also produced by Rajiv Khandelwal. Then a show called Sahib Biwi Gulam on Sahara One where he was the youngest saheb in the family with Raveena Tandon and Ayub Khan...Then it was 'Sarrkkar[3] - Risshton Ki Ankahi Kahani'[4] on Zee...then 'Maahi Ve'[5] on Sony Sab...Then 'Hawayein' on DD1...then Meri Doli Tere Angana on Zee TV...then 'Jai Shri Krishna' on Colors and followed with 'Meera' on NDTV Imagine and now 'Ganga' on Colors. Beside these daily soaps Zeb[6] has done almost 1500 episodic stories like CID,CID Special Bureau,Aahat,Akela,Karamchand,Munna Bhai VS Bimla tai,Raat Hone Ko hae.....




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