|Real Name||Masud Rana|
|Nickname||Shakib Khan, King khan|
|Father Name||Abdur Rob|
|Profession||Actor, Film Producer|
|Birthdate||28 March 1979|
|Birthplace||Moksedpur, Gopalgonj, Bangladesh|
|Height in centimeters||188 cm|
|Height in meters||1.88 m|
|Height in Inches||6′ 2″|
|Weight in Kilograms||82 Kg|
|Weight in Pounds||170 Ibs|
|Chest Size||37 Inches|
|Waist Size||35 Inches|
|Biceps Size||13 Inches|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Son||Abraham Khan Joy|
|Education||SSC & HSC|
|Debut Film||Onnonto Bhalobasha|
|Salary per Movie||[40 lak – 1 crore] TK|
|Net Worth||60 million $+|
Shakib Khan bio is a Bangladeshi film actor. His original name is Masud Rana Shakib Khan. He made his acting debut in the film Ononto Bhalobasha. after few years Khan established himself as one of the most successful and highest-paid actor in Bangladesh film history. Throughout his career, Khan has received various awards and acclamations, including two National Film Awards for Best Actor In Bhalobaslei Ghor Bandha Jay Na & Khoder Pore Ma.
In a surprise TV interview on 10th April 2017, actress Apu Biswas revealed that Shakib Khan bio married her on 18th April 2008 in a private ceremony in his Dhaka residence. She also revealed that together they have a son named Abraham Khan Joy, born on 27th September 2016 in a clinic in Kolkata, India.
His debut film is Ononto Bhalobasa (1999), alongside newcomer Irin Zaman, directed by acclaimed director Shohanur Rahman Shohan.
Protests against Bollywood films
In 2015, films by Shakib Khan were banned from being screened for the first time by Bangladesh Motion Picture Exhibitors Association after he led protests against the first screening after decades of a Bollywood film in Bangladesh. The Bollywood blockbuster film Wanted to be opened in cinemas on 23 January 2015 after Bangladesh’s censor board cleared its nationwide release, following a 50-year ban on the Hindi language Film
But the screenings sparked protests outside cinemas along with wildcat strikes by hundreds of Dhallywood actors, directors, and others, who said the release would cripple the local film industry, known as Dhallywood.