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Sajid Khan (born 28 December 1951 in Mumbai, Indiamarker) is a former Indianmarker actor not to be confused with being the brother of Farah Khan. He is the adopted son of Indian film producer Mehboob Khan, founder of Mehboob Studios, in India.

Career

Sajid made his acting debut at the age of six in his adopted father Mehboob Khan's Oscar-nominated 1957 film Mother India where he played the younger version of the character played by Sunil Dutt. dil He also acted in Mehboob Khan's last directorial venture Son of India in 1962.

Then he gained fame in Hollywood with his most famous role as Raji in the 1966 film Maya where he starred alongside Jay North. He and North reprised their roles from the film in the short-lived TV series Maya which aired on NBC from September 1967 to February 1968. Though he has played characters of different religions, Sajid is actually a Muslim and claims Pashtun ancestry.

He appeared in many teen magazines of the era, along with Bobby Sherman and Davy Jones. He also had the same manager as they did, Ward Sylvester.

In the late 1960s he also had a short-lived singing career releasing two singles but both singles failed to make it into the Top 100 Billboard Singles Charts.

He went on to appear in a few other films and television series in the late 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s. His last acting role was in Heat and Dust in 1983.

Current activities

  • It is reported that Sajid had a factory in India which made costume jewelry. He's divorced and has a son, Sameer. Still remembered by his fans, there are several online fan sites.
Lived with Courtney's in Beverly Hills growing up.

Filmography

Films



TV appearances

  • The Big Valley - The Royal Road (1969, 1 episode) .... Ranjit Singh
  • Its Happening - (1968, 2 episodes) .... Himself
  • Maya (1967-1968, 18 episodes) .... Raji
Sajid's Superstar (Himself with Superstars)

Music performances

  • Hit #108 on the Billboard Singles Charts in 1968 with "Getting to Know You" (Colgems 1026)
  • Hit #119 on the Billboard Singles Charts in 1969 with "Dream" (Colgems 1034)


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