|Born||Shah Abbas Khan|
3 January 1941
Zarine Khan (m. 1966)
(m. 1978; annulled 1979)
|Children||Farah Khan Ali|
|Relatives||Feroz Khan (brother)|
Akbar Khan (brother)
Sanjay Khan (born Shah Abbas Khan; 3 January 1941) is an Indian film actor, producer, director known for his works in Hindi films and television. Sanjay Khan made his debut in Chetan Anand‘s 1964 film Haqeeqat, followed by the Rajshri film Dosti which won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi for that year.
Khan starred in hit movies like Dus Lakh, Ek Phool Do Mali, Intaqam, Dhund, Mela (1971), etc. He co-starred with his elder brother Feroz Khan in the films Upaasna (1971), Mela (1971) and Nagin (1976). He later turned producer and director with Chandi Sona (1977) and Abdullah (1980). In 1990, he starred in and directed the famous historical fiction television series The Sword of Tipu Sultan.