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    Sajid Khan (Music Director) Wiki, Age, Wife, Children, Family, Biography & More

    Sajid Khan is a famous Indian music-director and lyricist. His brother, Wajid Khan died on 1 June 2020 due to a cardiac arrest.

    Sajid Khan is a famous Indian music-director and lyricist. His brother, Wajid Khan died on 1 June 2020 due to a cardiac arrest.


    He was born on 21 November in Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh. His zodiac sign is Scorpio.

    Physical Appearance

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    Height (approx.): 5′ 6″

    Eye Colour: Black

    Hair Colour: Black

    Family & Caste

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    He was born in a Muslim family.

    Parents & Siblings

    His father was the popular Tabla player, Ustad Sharafat Ali Khan. His paternal grandfather is Ustad Abdul Latif Khan and maternal grandfather is the Padma Shri awardee, Ustad Faiyyaz Ahmed Khan. His uncle is Niaz Ahmed Khan who has been conferred with the Tansen award. His younger brother, Wajid Khan was the famous Indian music director who died on 1 June 2020.

    Sajid Khan and Wajid Khan With Their Father

    Sajid Khan and Wajid Khan With Their Mother

    An Old Picture of Sajid Khan and Wajid Khan

    Sajid Khan at Wajid Khan’s Last Rites

    Relationships, Wife & Children

    He is married to Lubna Khan and has two daughters, Meher and Muskaan.

    Sajid Khan With His Wife and Wajid Khan


    Sajid debuted as music director with his brother, Late Wajid Khan in the Bollywood song, “Teri Jawani” from the film ‘Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya’ (1998). Sajid-Wajid gained popularity with the Sonu Nigam’s music album “Deewana” (1999), in which they composed music for the songs, “Deewaana Tera,” “Ab Mujhe Raat Din,” and “Iss Kadar Pyaar Hai.” Sajid-Wajid composed music for a few albums like ‘Khoya Khoya Chand’ (2001) and ‘Tera Intezar’ (2005). Sajid and Wajid worked as a music composer for various films, including ‘Kya Yehi Pyaar Hai’ (2002), ‘Gunaah’ (2002), ‘Chori Chori’ (2003), ‘The Killer’ (2006), ‘Shaadi Karke Phas Gaya Yaar’ (2006), ‘Jaane Hoga Kya’ (2006), and ‘Freaky Ali’ (2016).’

    Sajid Khan in a TV Show

    Sajid-Wajid composed music for many Bollywood films of Salman Khan, including ‘Tumko Na Bhool Paayenge’ (2002), ‘Tere Naam’ (2003), ‘Garv’ (2004), ‘Mujhse Shaadi Karogi’ (2004), ‘Partner’ (2007), ‘Hello’ (2008), ‘God Tussi Great Ho’ (2008), ‘Wanted’ (2009), ‘Main Aur Mrs Khanna’ (2009), ‘Veer’ (2010), ‘Dabangg’ (2010), ‘Dabangg 2’ (2012), and ‘Dabangg 3’ (2019).

    Sajid Khan and Wajid Khan With Salman Khan

    Sajid-Wajid’s popular songs are ‘Soni De Nakhre’ (Partner, 2007), ‘Jalwa’ (Wanted, 2009), ‘Surili Akhhiyon Wale’ (Veer, 2010), and ‘Muni Badnam Hui’ (Dabangg, 2010). Sajid-Wajid penned down the lyrics of various Bollywood songs like ‘Jee Le’ (Aag, 2007), ‘Le Le Mazaa Le’ (Wanted, 2009), and ‘Fevicol Se’ (Dabangg 2, 2012). Sajid-Wajid composed background score for the Hindi films, ‘Welcome’ (2007), ‘Bullett Raja’ (2013), and ‘Daddy’ (2017). Sajid has appeared as a mentor in the singing TV reality shows, ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Singing Superstar’ (2010) and ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ (2012).


    Sajid, along with his brother Wajid, composed the tracks for the TV shows like ‘Dus Ka Dum, (2008)’ ‘Bigg Boss 4, (2010)’ and ‘Bigg Boss 6’ (2012). Sajid-Wajid composed Salman Khan’s lockdown songs ‘Bhai Bhai’ and ‘Pyaar Karona’ during the Coronavirus lockdown.


    • He belongs to the Indian musical Gharanas, ‘Kirana Gharana’ and ‘Punjab Gharana.’
    • Just like his father, he enjoyed playing the Tabla and was trained by the legendary Tabla Vadak, Late Ustad Alla Rakha Khan Saab.
    • Sajid has received various awards as the best music director.

      Sajid Khan and Wajid Khan With Their Awards

    • He is an animal lover and often posts pictures with his cat on his social media account.

      Sajid Khan With His Pet Dog

    • He is often spotted smoking.
    • His hobbies include travelling and partying.

      Sajid Khan on a Trip

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