Amir Khan holds a black belt in Taekwondo, showcasing his martial arts skills on-screen.
Khan has never attended award shows to accept his awards, prioritizing the joy of acting and the love of the audience over trophies.
Amir is an avid chess player and actively promotes the game among children.
In 2007, Khan became the first Indian actor to have a wax statue at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in London.
Khan's perfectionism led him to undergo an intense physical transformation, including a shaved head, for his role in "Ghajini."
Amir actively engages in philanthropy, supporting causes related to education, healthcare, and social equality.
Khan takes extended breaks between films to focus on quality rather than quantity, choosing projects selectively.
Khan produced and hosted the critically acclaimed television show "Satyamev Jayate," addressing social issues in India.
Amir emphasizes realism in filmmaking, traveling extensively to ensure authenticity and attention to detail.
Despite his fame, Khan leads a simple and frugal lifestyle, prioritizing work and personal life over materialistic pursuits.