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Khan (/kɑːn/) is a surname deriving from the titlekhan originating among nomadic tribes in the Central and Eastern Steppe during antiquity and popularized by Turkic dynasties in the rest of Asia during the medieval period. Used in the Rourans firstly, and later more widely by Islamic chieftains in what is now India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.[1][2]

Khan is a common surname particularly among Muslims of Central and South Asian origin. It is one of the most common surnames in the world, shared by over 12 million people in Asia and 24 million worldwide.[3] It is the surname of over 108,674 British Asians, making it the 12th most common surname in the United Kingdom.[4]

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Scholars, intellectuals and academics[edit]

  • Salman 'Sal' Khan, Muslim Bengali-American educator, famous for Khan Academy
  • M. A. Muqtedar Khan, American Islamic philosopher, Sufi and academic
  • Geoffrey Khan (b. 1958), professor of Semitic Languages at the University of Cambridge
  • Muhammad Siddiq Khan (1910–1978), Bengali academic from Bangladesh, 'father of the Library and Information Science discipline in Bangladesh'
  • Wahiduddin Khan, Islamic scholar and peace activist
  • Wasiullah Khan, Pakistani-American educator and founder of East–West University in Chicago
  • Yasmin Khan (b. 1977), Associate Professor of History, Kellogg College, Oxford

Politicians and rulers[edit]

  • Abdul Majid Khan Tarin OBE (1877–1939), senior political figure of the North-West Frontier Province, British India
  • Asaf Khan, Wazir (Prime Minister) of Emperor Jahangir and Shahjahan
  • Akram Khan (born 1970), Indian politician
  • Ali Haider Khan (1900–1963), Nawab of Sylhet
  • Alivardi Khan (1671–1756), Nawab of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa
  • Amir Khan (Pindari) (1768–1834), Pindari leader in the early 19th century, later the Nawab of Tonk
  • Asif Nawaz Khan Janjua (1937–1993), former Chief Of Army Staff of the Pakistan Army
  • Ataur Rahman Khan (1907–1991), Bengali activist politician, later Chief Minister of East Pakistan
  • Ayub Khan (field marshal), ex army general/dictator and president of Pakistan
  • Bostan Khan Tarin, 19th century Pashtun clan warrior
  • Chaudhry Ali Akbar Khan (1911–1967), Pakistani Federal Minister for Home Affairs 1964–1966
  • Chaudhry Aurangzeb Khan, of the British era
  • Fateh Naseeb Khan, Chief General of Alwar Armed Forces
  • Feroz Khan Noon (1893–1970), Former Prime Minister of Pakistan
  • Franklin Khan, Trinidad and Tobago politician
  • Fuad Khan (born 1955), Trinidad and Tobago politician
  • German Khan, Russian oligarch
  • Ghazala Khan, mother of soldier Humayun Khan
  • Raja Ghazanfar Ali Khan Khokhar, one of Pakistan's first Federal Ministers
  • Ghulam Jilani Khan (1925–1999), Governor of Punjab 1980 to 1985
  • Hafiz Khan, Fijian Businessman, former Senator, and President of the Muslim League
  • Humayun Khan (soldier), United States Army Captain, died in the Iraq War in 2004
  • Iftikhar Khan (1909–1949), had been nominated to become the first local Commander in Chief of Pakistan
  • Khan Abdul Ghaffar KhanBadshah Khan (1890–1988) Pashtun leader and activist
  • Khan Sahib Shahal Khan Khoso (1909–1956), Baloch leader, MLA West Pakistan Assembly from 1953 to 1956
  • Khizr Khan, First ruler of Sayyid Dynasty, Fourth period of the Delhi Sultanate
  • Khizr Muazzam Khan, father of soldier Humayun, known for a speech at the 2016 Democratic National Convention
  • Khudadad Khan (1888–1971), recipient of the Victoria Cross
  • Liaquat Ali Khan (1895–1951), former 1st Prime Minister of Pakistan
  • M.J. Khan, member of the Houston City Council
  • Malik Umar Hayat Khan (1875–1944), elected member of the Council of State of India
  • Muhammad Hamidullah Khan (1938–2011), Bangladeshi military leader, politician and author
  • General Muhammad Musa Khan Hazara, former Chief Of Army Staff of the Pakistan Army
  • Muhammed Akbar Khan, the first Muslim to become a General in British Indian Army
  • Muhammad Khan Junejo (1932–1993), former Prime Minister of Pakistan
  • Murshid Quli Khan (c. 1665–1727), founder of the Nawab rulers in Bengal
  • Nawab Qaim Khan, 14th-century Ameer of the Delhi Sultanate and chief of Qaimkhani clan
  • Nawazish Alam Khan (Hindi: नवाज़िश आलम ख़ान), Indian Baloch politician and member of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh
  • Nisar Ali Khan (born 1954), current opposition leader in the National Assembly of Pakistan
  • Prince Aly Khan (1911–1960), Pakistani United Nations diplomat
  • Prince Sadruddhin Aga Khan (1933–2003), diplomat, UN High Commissioner for Refugees from 1965 to 1977
  • Raja Habib ur Rahman Khan (1913–1978), Indian freedom fighter with the Indian National Army
  • Raja Muhammad Zulqarnain Khan, President of AJK
  • Raja Muhammed Sarfraz Khan (1905–1968), member of the Pakistan Movement
  • Raja Sakhi Daler KhanMangral, Kashmiri freedom fighter with the Indian National Army
  • Raja Saroop Khan, former Governor of Punjab
  • Rana Khudadad Khan, President of Pakistan Muslim League (Punjab)
  • Rana Mohammad Hanif Khan (1922–2005), Finance Minister of Pakistan
  • Rana Muhammad Iqbal Khan, Speaker of the Punjab Assembly from 2008
  • Rana Nazeer Ahmed Khan (c. 1949), Pakistani Federal Minister (1990–1993, 1997–1999, 2002–2004)
  • Rana Phool Muhammad Khan, MPA from Bhai Pheru (Phool Nagar)
  • Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London
  • Sahabzada Yaqub Khan (born 1920), Pakistani general and diplomat
  • Sardar Farooq Khan Leghari (1940–2010), first Baloch president of Pakistan
  • Sardar Fateh Muhammad Khan Karelvi, played active role and fought against Dogra army
  • Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan (1915–2003), founder of Azad Jammu Kashmir State
  • Sardar Shaukat Hayat Khan (1915–1998), senior political figure and lieutenant of the Quaid-i-Azam in the Punjab
  • Sardar Sikandar Hayat Khan (born 1934), former Prime Minister and President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir
  • Sardar Sir Sikandar Hayat Khan (1892–1942), KCSI, Premier of the Punjab
  • Shah Nawaz Khan (general) (1914–1983), Major General of the Indian National Army, one of the three of the famed Red Fort Trio
  • Shah Nawaz Khan Janjua (1914–1983), Indian freedom fighter with the Indian National Army
  • Shah Nawaz Khan, freedom fighter in India of the Janjua Rajput
  • Shaista Khan, Mughal governor of Bengal from 1664 to 1688
  • Sir Muhammad Zafarullah Khan (1893–1985), the first Foreign Minister of Pakistan
  • Sulaiman Khan Karrani, Sultan of Bengal
  • Sultan Suleiman Khan (Suleiman the Magnificent) (1494–1566) Ottoman Turkish Sultan
  • Tikka Khan (1915–2002), former Chief of Army Staff of the Pakistan Army
  • Yusaf Khan (Muhammad Yusaf Khan) (born 1948), former Vice Chief Of Army Staff of the Pakistan Army
  • Aamir Khan (born 1996), Sohna former Vice Chief Of Army Staff of the Indian Army

Actors and entertainers[edit]

See also: Khans of Bollywood
  • Aamir Khan, Indian actor, film producer and director
  • Adil Khan, Norwegian actor of Pashtun and Punjabi descent
  • Adnan Sami Khan, Indian singer, playback singer and music composer
  • Akram Khan (dancer), British dancer of Bangladeshi descent
  • Ali Akbar Khan, Bangladesh Bengali sarod player
  • Alvira Khan Agnihotri, Indian film producer and fashion designer (Salman Khan's sister and Salim Khan's daughter)
  • Amar Khan, Pakistani director, writer and television actress
  • Amjad Khan, Indian actor and director
  • Arbaaz Khan, Indian actor, director and film producer (Salman Khan's brother)
  • Asad Amanat Ali Khan, vocalist
  • Ayesha Sultana Khan (Sharmila Tagore)[5], actress, model, Central Board of Film Certification chairperson (mother of Saif Ali Khan)
  • Ayub Khan, Indian television and film actor (Nasir Khan's son and Dilip Kumar's nephew)
  • Bat for Lashes, real name Natasha Khan, British singer-songwriter and musician
  • Bilal Khan (disambiguation), several people
  • Cassius Khan, Canadian Indian Classical Musician in New Westminster, known as the Ghazal/Tabla Wizard.
  • Chaka Khan, American R&B singer
  • Dilip Kumar (born Muhammad Yusuf Khan), Indian actor of Pashtun origin
  • Faisal Khan, Indian actor (Aamir Khan's brother)
  • Farah Khan, Indian film director, choreographer, dancer and fashion designer
  • Fardeen Khan, Indian actor (son of Feroz Khan)
  • Fawad Khan, Pakistani film actor and singer, also worked in Indian films
  • Feroz Khan, Indian actor, director and film producer (father of Fardeen Khan)
  • Gauhar Khan, Indian model and actress
  • Guz Khan (born 1986), English comedian and actor
  • Helen Richardson Khan, Indian actress (wife of Salim Khan)
  • Imran Khan (actor) (born Imran Pal), Indian American actor, works in Bollywood (Aamir Khan's nephew)
  • Imran Khan (singer), Dutch singer of Punjabi descent
  • Irrfan Khan, Indian actor (in Indian films and Hollywood films)
  • Jiah Khan, British-American actress who worked in Indian Bollywood films
  • Kabir Khan, Indian director, screenwriter, cinematographer and film producer
  • Kareena Kapoor Khan, Indian actress (wife of Saif Ali Khan, part of Kapoor family, daughter of actor Randhir Kapoor and actress Babita)
  • King Khan, real name Arish Khan, Indian/French-Canadian musician
  • Krutika Desai Khan, Indian actress working in film, television and theater
  • Mahira Khan, Pakistani drama and film actress, also works in Bollywood
  • Malaika Arora Khan, Indian actress (wife of Arbaaz Khan)
  • Mansoor Khan, Indian director, film producer and screenwriter (Nasir Hussain's son, Aamir Khan's cousin)
  • Marco Khan, Iranian actor
  • Mehboob Khan, Indian director, film producer, actor and writer
  • Nasir Hussain Khan, Indian director, film producer and screenwriter (Aamir Khan's uncle)
  • Nasir Khan, Indian actor (Dilip Kumar's brother)
  • Nazir Ahmed Khan, Indian director, film producer and actor in British India and then Pakistan after partition of India (brother-in-law of filmmaker K. Asif)
  • Nikhat Khan, Indian film producer (Aamir Khan's sister)
  • Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, vocalist
  • Parvati Khan, Indo-Trinidadian singer and model who worked in Bollywood
  • Praga Khan, real name Maurice Engelen, Belgian techno musician
  • Rahat Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, vocalist
  • Riyaz Khan, South Indian Actor
  • Roy Sætre Khantatat, Norwegian singer, better known as Roy Khan
  • Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan, vocalist
  • Saif Ali Khan, Indian actor (son of Sharmila Tagore, husband of Kareena Kapoor)
  • Sajid Khan, Indian actor and singer
  • Sajid Khan, Indian film director and actor
  • Salim Khan, Indian screenwriter and script writer (father of Salman Khan), part of screenwriting duo Salim-Javed (along with Javed Akhtar)
  • Salman Khan, Indian actor and film producer
  • Sanjay Khan, Indian actor, director and film producer (father of Zayed Khan)
  • Shahrukh Khan, Indian actor and film producer
  • Shakib Khan, Bangladeshi actor
  • Soha Ali Khan, Indian actress (Saif Ali Khan's sister, daughter of actress Sharmila Tagore)
  • Sohail Khan, Indian actor, director and film producer (brother of Salman Khan)
  • Sudhir, real name Shah Zaman Khan Afridi, actor
  • Tahir Hussain Khan, Indian director and film producer (Aamir Khan's father)
  • Tariq Khan, Indian actor (Aamir Khan's cousin, Nasir Hussain's nephew)
  • Zareen Khan, Bollywood actress who has also appeared in Tamil and Punjabi films
  • Zayed Khan, Indian actor (Sanjay Khan's son, Sussanne Khan's brother, brother-in-law of Hrithik Roshan)
  • Aamir Khan, Indian actor (Ilyas Khan's son, Faisal Khan's brother)

In sports[edit]

  • Imran Khan, the current Prime Minister of Pakistan, politician and former cricketer and captain of the Pakistan cricket team
  • Akram Khan (cricketer), former captain of the Bangladeshi Cricket Team
  • Amir Khan (British boxer), a British boxer of Pakistani descent
  • Mohsin Khan, a former Pakistani cricketer
  • Moin Khan, a former Pakistani cricketer
  • Muhammad Essa Khan, a former Pakistani footballer
  • Athar Ali Khan, a Bangladeshi former cricketer, selector and cricket commentator
  • Carla Khan, a Pakistani professional squash player
  • Hajra Khan, a Pakistani footballer
  • Kaleemullah Khan, a Pakistani footballer
  • Jahangir Khan, a former Pakistani professional squash player and World No. 1
  • Jansher Khan, a former Pakistani professional squash player and World No. 1
  • Mir Sultan Khan, a Pakistani chess champion
  • Nafees Iqbal (Mohammad Nafees Iqbal Khan), a Bangladeshi cricketer
  • Nasim Khan, a Pakistani cricketer
  • Shahid Khan Afridi, a Pakistani cricketer
  • Junaid Khan, a Pakistani cricketer
  • Usman Khan Shinwari, a Pakistani cricketer
  • Simon Khan, an English golfer
  • Tamim Iqbal (Tamim Iqbal Khan), a Bangladeshi cricketer
  • Younus Khan, a Pakistani cricketer
  • Sajid Khan, a Pakistani cricketer
  • Shadab Khan, a Pakistani cricketer
  • Sharjeel Khan, Pakistani cricketer
  • Vitaly Khan, a Kazakhstani freestyle swimmer
  • Zaheer Khan, an Indian cricketer
  • Rocky Khan, an All Blacks 7s rugby player

In science and technology[edit]

  • Abdul Qadeer Khan, an engineer from Pakistan, considered the founder of Pakistan's nuclear weapons programme
  • Fazlur Khan, Bengali-American structural engineer and designer of Chicago's Sears Tower and John Hancock Center


  • Abul Kashem Khan (1905–1991), jurist, political leader, and industrialist from Bangladesh
  • Ahmed Raza Khan (1856–1921), Sunni Islamic scholar of south Asia
  • Alan Khan (born 1971), South African radio presenter
  • Amjad Khan (1940–1992), Indian film producer
  • Gauri Khan (born 1971), Indian interior designer and film producer (wife of Indian star Shahrukh Khan)
  • Gus Kahn (1886–1941), American lyricist
  • Hazrat Inayat Khan, (1882–1927), founder of Universal Sufism and the Sufi Order International
  • Irene Khan (born 1956), Secretary General of Amnesty International
  • Kiran Rao Khan (born 1973), Indian director, film producer and screenwriter (wife of Indian star Aamir Khan)
  • The (unknown) 'M Khan', the subject of many gag routines on The Mary Whitehouse Experience because of long-standing graffiti visible from a major London road[6]
  • Mirza Abu Taleb Khan (1752–1805/6), Indian tax-collector and travel-writer
  • Mohammad Sidique Khan (1974–2005), a London train suicide bomber
  • Nawab Muhammad Hayat Khan (1833–1901) British-Indian administrator and aristocrat
  • Noor Inayat Khan (1914–1944), a British spy in occupied France
  • Prof. Omer Salim Khan (Omer Tarin), Pakistani poet, writer, scholar and mystic
  • Peter Khan (born Afghan-Khan), Australian member of the Universal House of Justice of the Bahá'í Faith
  • Shahid Khan (born 1950), Pakistan-born American businessman; owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars and Fulham F.C.
  • Sussanne Khan (born 1975), Indian interior fashion designer and entrepreneur
  • Syed Ahmed Khan (1817–1898), Islamic scholar
  • Tariq Ali Khan (born 1943), British-Pakistani writer, intellectual and socialist
  • Tasmin Lucia Khan (born 1980), British Bangladeshi journalist and news presenter for BBC News
  • Vilayat Inayat Khan, (1916–2004), former head of the Sufi Order International
  • Zia Inayat Khan, the Pir of the Sufi Order International

Fictional characters[edit]

  • Haman Khan, a prominent Gundam villain in Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam and the principal antagonist in its sequel Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ; and her father Maharaja Khan
  • Kamal Khan, the main villain in the James Bond film Octopussy
  • Khan (comics), Marvel Comics character
  • Khan, Primus of House Aico game character from Paladins
  • Khan, character from the web-series Corner Shop Show
  • Khan, one of the villains in the Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars computer game
  • Khan, a Chinese-American detective from the Khan! 1975 US television series
  • Khan Noonien Singh, a prominent Star Trek villain in an original series episode and the principal antagonist in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, then later Star Trek Into Darkness
  • Manga Khan, a DC Comics character
  • Mr Khan, the titular character of the British sitcom Citizen Khan
  • Rizwan Khan, main character in the 2010 Bollywood film My Name Is Khan
  • Shao Kahn, the main antagonist in the Mortal Kombat video game series who is based on a typical Mongolian warlord
  • Kotal Kahn, an antagonist in the Mortal Kombat video game Mortal Kombat X who is based on an Aztec Warrior
  • Dark Khan, the main antagonist of the crossover video game Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe who is the merging between Shao Khan and DC Comics villain Darkseid.
  • Shere Khan, the tiger, in Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book, also adapted as a cartoon character in a famous Walt Disney Productions movie in 1967
  • Shiwan Khan, a recurring enemy of The Shadow
  • The Mandarin archenemy of Iron Man whose real name is Khan also from Marvel Comics
  • Kamala Khan, the fourth character to assume the identity of the Marvel Comics superheroine Ms. Marvel
  • Yasmin Khan, a companion of the Thirteenth Doctor in the BBC series Doctor Who


  1. ^Khan entry in Hobson-Jobson: the Anglo-Indian dictionary
  2. ^As cited in The Baburnama, 2002, W.M. Thackston p273.
  3. ^'Khan' (surname distribution),, 2014. Retrieved 18 May 2018.
  4. ^'England Genealogy Resources & Parish Registers'.
  5. ^'Archived copy'. Archived from the original on 3 July 2017. Retrieved 4 July 2017.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  6. ^'Origin of 'M Khan' Graffiti'. 12 April 2001. Retrieved 9 June 2012.
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