Zuhab Muhammad Khan

Zuhab Khan Biography Age, Girlfriend, Family, Career, Dramas

Born in Karachi in 2001, Zuhab wasn’t just another kid. Acting sparked in his eyes early on, shining through school plays and competitions. By 8, he was already dazzling the screen in commercials, and soon, he landed his first acting gig in the hit drama “Perfume Chownk.”

But Zuhab’s talents weren’t just limited to the small screen. He proved his versatility by lending his voice to the animated hero Saadi in the movie “3 Bahadur,” and even spitting fire rhymes as a rapper. He’s also a smooth talker, and his voice has found its way into countless commercials and documentaries.

Zuhab’s acting career took off with roles in dramas like “Omer Dadi Aur Gharwale” and “Kaash Main Teri Beti Na Hoti,” where he stole hearts with his charm and acting chops. He kept impressing everyone with his performances in “Madiha Maliha” and “Malika-e-Aliya,” becoming a household name in Pakistan.

In 2015, Zuhab made his big-screen debut in “Abdullah: The Final Witness,” sharing the spotlight with legendary actors like Hameed Sheikh. This wasn’t just a movie; it was a stepping stone to even bigger things.

Today, Zuhab’s not just an actor – he’s a social media star with millions of followers on Instagram and YouTube. He loves connecting with his fans, sharing glimpses of his life and promoting brands he believes in.

With his talent, dedication, and infectious energy, Zuhab Khan is definitely a name to remember. He’s already conquered the Pakistani entertainment scene, and who knows what heights he’ll reach next? Keep your eyes peeled – Zuhab’s only just getting started!

Full Name Zuhab Muhammad Khan
Date of Birth 4 May 2001 (Friday)
Father Saleem Khan 
MotherAmbreen Saleem Khan 
SisterAdeena Khan (Homemaker)
BrotherRubaish Khan (Image Consultant)
Age (2023)22 Years
Birth Place Karachi, Pakistan
Profession Actor, Model, Rapper
Height (approx)5 feet & 6 inches 
SchoolThe Educators School, Karachi
University The Educators University, Karachi
Religion Islamic
HobbiesSinging, Travelling
Marital Status Unmarried


Zuhab’s early education took root at The Educators School Karachi, a top school in Pakistan. He then went on to The Educators University Karachi, soaking up knowledge and honing his creative talents.


Family comes first for Zuhab, who hails from a Muslim family in Karachi. His parents, Saleem and Ambreen Khan, are his biggest supporters. He also has two awesome siblings: Adeena, a homemaker who keeps the family cozy, and Rubaish, an image consultant who helps everyone look their best!


When it comes to his love life, Zuhab keeps things private. While rumors swirled about a romance with Arisha Razi, both actors shut them down, confirming they’re just good friends. Zuhab prefers the spotlight on his career, where his talent truly shines!


Zuhab’s showbiz journey began at a tender 8 years old, modeling for brands like a pro. But acting was his true calling, and by 2010, he landed his debut role in the drama series “Perfume Chowk,” thanks to his dad’s unwavering support.

Soon, Zuhab was sharing the screen with big names like Humayun Saeed in the hit drama “Omer Dadi Aur Gharwale.” His talent shone, and he landed roles in shows like “Kaash Main Teri Beti Na Hoti,” “Madiha Maliha,” and the hilarious “Bulbulay.”

Drama List:

Want to binge-watch Zuhab’s amazing work? Check out this list of some of his most popular shows:

  • Bholi Bano
  • Bulbulay
  • Daldal
  • Dilli Waale Dularay Babbu
  • Dugdugi
  • Ek Hath Ki Tali
  • Ghar Jamai (2018-present)
  • Ghisi Piti Mohabbat
  • Haal-e-Dil
  • Honeymoon
  • Kash Mai Teri Beti Na Hoti
  • Kitni Girhain Baqi Hain
  • Mana Ka Gharana
  • Madiha Maliha
  • Main Mummy aur Woh
  • Malika-e-Aliya
  • Malika-e-Aliya 2
  • Mann Ke Moti
  • Na Kaho Tum Mere Nahi
  • Omar Dadi aur Gharwalay
  • Perfume Chowk
  • Pinjra
  • Qissa Chaar Darvesh
  • Saans
  • Shaadi Ka Laddoo
  • Tishnagi Dil Ki
  • Yeh Zindagi Hai

Movie List:

Zuhab’s not just a TV star! He’s also graced the silver screen in films like:

  • 3 Bahadur (2015)
  • Abdullah: The Final Witness (2016)
  • 3 Bahadur: The Revenge of Baba Balaam (2016)