Khan was born in Bandra’s Holy Family Hospital, Mumbai, India, to a Muslim[family that has been actively involved in the Indian motion picture industry for several decades. His father, Tahir Hussain, was a film producer while his uncle, Nasir Hussain, was a film producer as well as a director and an actor.
He is a descendant of the Muslim scholar and politician Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and a second cousin to former Chairperson of Rajya Sabha Dr Najma Heptullah
Amir Iqbal Khan (Punjabi, Urdu: عامر اقبال خان, Āmīr Iqbāl Khān; born 8 December 1986 in Bolton, Greater Manchester) is a British boxer of Pakistani descent, and currently the WBA World super lightweight champion. Khan won the belt at the age of 22, making him Britain’s third-youngest world champion after Naseem Hamed and Herbie Hide.
He was previously in the lightweight division, where he held the Commonwealth, WBO Inter-Continental and WBA International titles. He also became the youngest British Olympic boxing medallist when he won silver at the 2004 Athens Olympics at the age of 17. He is commonly known by the nickname “King Khan”.
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