Sana Sultan Khan is an Indian model, actor, and social media influencer. She has around 2.3 million followers on her Instagram account as of November 2021.
Sana Sultan Khan was born on Monday, 23 June 1997 (age 24 years; as of 2021) in Mumbai. Her zodiac sign is Cancer.
She did her schooling at Shri Harshad C. Valia International School, Mumbai. She pursued graduation from L.S. Raheja College Of Arts & Commerce, Santacruz, Mumbai. Instagram- Sana Sultan Khan
Height (approx.): 5′ 6″
Weight (approx.): 55 kg
Hair Colour: Brown
Eye Colour: Brown
Figure Measurements (approx.): 32-28-34
Parents & Siblings
Her father’s name is Sultan Khan, and her mother, Nadiya Begum, is a beautician. She has an elder brother named Nisar Sultan Khan.
Reportedly, she is in a relationship with Mohit Duseja, a contestant on the Indian TV reality show ‘Love School 3.’ ABP Live News
Sana Sultan Khan was born in a Muslim Pathan family and follows Islam. Instagram- Sana Sultan Khan
She started her career as a blogger and with her Dubsmash videos, she gained a large number of followers in 2014 and 2015 on Dubsmash. She then started making TikTok videos which further increased her fan following. She appeared in the Hindi short films ‘Lost Dream’ (2016) and ‘An Everlasting Love’ (2019).
She has also appeared as a model in various print advertisements. After TikTok was banned in India in 2020, Sana started making reels on Instagram, and she has made collaboration videos with many Indian celebrities. As of November 2021, she has around 2.3 million followers on her Instagram account. In 2021, Sana Sultan Khan appeared in various music videos like “Launda Sakth Hai” by Arvind Jangid & Ajay Hooda, “Na Rehn De” by Gurlej Akhtar, and “Ishq Story” by Ninja.
- Food: Pizza and Paani Puri
- Song: “Woh Pehlii Baar Jab Hum Mile” from Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi (1999)
- Actor: Salman Khan
- Actress: Kareena Kapoor
- Cartoon Character: Popeye
- Dialogue: “Main Apni Favourite Hoon“ from Jab We Met (2007)
- As per her Instagram account, her nickname is Queen Khan. Instagram- Sana Sultan Khan
- In 2019, she won “UC Miss Cricket” for which she was featured on the Billboard New York’s Times Square building.
- In the same year, she received the ‘Adidas Influencer of the Year’ title.
- In one of her Instagram posts, she is spotted smoking Hukka. Instagram- Sana Sultan Khan
- Her hobbies are watching movies, dressing up, dancing, and writing blogs.
- She follows a non-vegetarian diet. Instagram- Sana Sultan Khan
- During an interview, she shared that while she was in school and college her classmates used to bully her. She said,
I have to tell you about my childhood since it’s mostly related to it. As a child, I was shy, timid, below average kind of child who was always demotivated, often bullied and I have decided once I go to college, I am going to enjoy myself and try all my passions. I am going to try different styles of makeup, hairstyles and all that. To my surprise, I thought I was going to be the heroine of the college, but somehow people labelled me as a fashion disaster. I was bullied, made fun of and people use to say horrible things about my fashion sense which hurt and made me cry. I knew I was doing different and cool things which people did not really understand at that time and their comments were really hurtful. But then I decided not to give up or let anyone define me for who I am as a person. So I decided to use the powerful medium which is social media.”
- In 2021, she received the Dr A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Bharat Puraskar- Social Media Star of the Year award.
- In an interview, when asked about that one moment that changed everything for her, she replied,
The one moment that changed my life is a very small thing honestly. That small thing gave me big dreams and motivation. Once during my college days, I remember I wanted to participate in a fashion show but my seniors were not allowing me and told me I was unfit for being the part of the fashion show and that I don’t have what it takes in me. It was so hurtful and made me really angry, so I just challenged them and told them that I would be coming to judge this fashion show which I am not even allowed to participate in. I do not know why I said that but it just came true in a year. During the next year of that college festival, I was called as a chief guest and as a judge. This was the same show where I was not allowed to participate. That was something that made me feel that I stood true to what I said. That was one thing that changed my life and made me believe that if you have the will and courage, you can do it.”