- Birthday: 14. March 1965
- Birthplace: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
- Awards: 2003 - Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian award in the Republic of India, 2010 - Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian honour in the Republic of India, 2013 - Honorary Doctorate by Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) for his distinguished contribution to the Indian cinema and entertainment industry, 1989 –1990 National Film Award - Special Mention – Actor for Raakh and Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, 2001 – National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment for Lagaan (shared with Ashutosh Gowarikar), 2004 – National Film Award for Best Exploration/Adventure Film (To include sports) for Madness in the Dessert (shared with Satyajit Bhatkal), 2004 – National Film Award for Best Exploration/Adventure Film (To include sports) for Madness in the Dessert (shared with Satyajit Bhatkal), 2002 - Best Foreign Language Film for Lagaan, 2002 - Best Foreign Language Film for Lagaan, 2002 - Best Foreign Language Film for Lagaan, 2009 - IIFA Movie of the Decade for Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India, 2009 – Star of the Decade – Male, 1989 – Filmfare Best Male Debut Award for Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, 1997 – Filmfare Best Actor Award for Raja Hindustani, 1997 – Filmfare Best Actor Award for Raja Hindustani, 2002 – Filmfare Best Movie Award for Lagaan, 2007 – Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor for Rang De Basanti, 2008 – Filmfare Best Director Award for Taare Zameen Par, 2008 – Filmfare Best Movie Award for Taare Zameen Par, 1997 – Screen Award for Best Actor for Raja Hindustani, 2002 - Screen Award for Best Film for Lagaan, 2008 – Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor for Taare Zameen Par, 2008 – Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor for Taare Zameen Par, 2009 - Apsara Award for Best Film - Taare Zameen Par, 2009 - Apsara Award for Best Director - Taare Zameen Par, 1995 – BFJA Awards, Best Actor for Akele Hum Akele Tum & Rangeela, 2001 – BFJA Awards, Best Actor for Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India, 2000 – Zee Cine Award Best Actor- Male for Sarfarosh, 2002 – Zee Cine Award Best Actor- Male for Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India, 2008 – Zee Cine Award for Best Director for Taare Zameen Par, 2002 – Bollywood Movie Award - Critics Award Male for Dil Chahta Hai, 2008 – Stardust Best Film Award for Taare Zameen Par, 2008 – Stardust Dream Director Award for Taare Zameen Par, 2008 – Stardust Star of the Year Award - Male for Taare Zameen Par, 2009 – Stardust Star of the Year Award – Male for Ghajini, 2010 – Stardust Star of the Year Award – Male for 3 Idiots, 2010 – BIG Star – Film Actor of Decade (Male), 2010 – Dadasaheb Phalke Award: Phalke Memorial Performance Award for 3 Idiots, 2015 - ETC Bollywood Business Award: Highest Grossing Actor (male) Award for PK, 2015 - Bollywood Hungama Surfers Choice Movie Awards: Best Actor for PK
Aamir Khan (pronounced [ˈaːmɪr ˈxaːn]; born Mohammed Aamir Hussain Khan on 14 March 1965) is an Indian film actor, director, producer and television presenter. Through his successful career in Hindi films, Khan has established himself as one of the most popular and influential actors of Indian cinema. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including four National Film Awards and seven Filmfare Awards. He was honoured by the Government of India with the Padma Shri in 2003 and the Padma Bhushan in 2010.
Khan first appeared on screen as a child actor in his uncle Nasir Hussain's film Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973). His first feature film role came with the experimental film Holi (1984), and he began a full-time acting career with a leading role in the highly successful tragic romance Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988). His performance in the film and in the thriller Raakh (1989) earned him a Special Jury Award at the National Film Award ceremony. He established himself as a leading actor of Hindi cinema in the 1990s by appearing in several commercially successful films, including the romantic drama Dil (1990), the romance Raja Hindustani (1996), for which he won his first Filmfare Award for Best Actor, and the drama Sarfarosh (1999). He was also noted for playing against type in the critically acclaimed Canadian-Indian film Earth (1998).
In 2001, Khan started a production company, whose first release, Lagaan, was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and earned him a National Film Award for Best Popular Film and two more Filmfare Awards (Best Actor and Best Film). After a four-year absence from the screen, Khan continued to portray leading roles, most notably in the 2006 box-office hits Fanaa and Rang De Basanti. The following year, he made his directorial debut with Taare Zameen Par, a major success that garnered him the Filmfare Awards for Best Film and Best Director. Khan's greatest commercial successes came with the thriller Ghajini (2008), the comedy-drama 3 Idiots (2009), the adventure film Dhoom 3 (2013), and the satire PK (2014), all of which held records for being the highest-grossing Bollywood film of all time.
In addition to acting, Khan is a humanitarian and has participated in and spoken out for various social causes, some of which have sparked political controversy. He has created, and featured as the host of the television talk show Satyamev Jayate through which he highlights sensitive social issues in India. Khan was married to his first wife, Reena Dutta, for fifteen years after which he married the film director Kiran Rao. He has three children—two with Dutta, and one with Rao through surrogacy.