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There's more to the name Khan than just the famous Mongolian! How many of them do you know?
One of Genghis' descendants; subject of a Samuel Taylor Coleridge poem and founder of the Chinese Yuan Dynasty.
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Hereditary title of the Imams of the Isma'ili Shi'ite Muslims; current Imam runs the largest thoroughbred horse breeding operation in France.
Title originated in the early 1800s, but position has been around much longer.
Considered the founder of the Pakistani nuclear weapons programme; accused of selling technology to North Korea, the Taliban, Iran and Libya.
Released from long-term house arrest in 2009.
Star Trek character (in both TOS and its movies) exiled to Ceti Alpha V; subject of an infamous Youtube clip.
The clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRnSnfiUI54
Bollywood actor and IPL team owner; starred in such movies as My Name Is Khan, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, and Devdas.
Named one of Newsweek's 50 most powerful people in the world in 2008.
Bollywood actor and part of Indian royalty; films include Hum Tum, Love Aaj Kal and Omkara
Father Mansur Ali Khan was captain of the Indian cricket team from 1962-1970.
Bollywood actor who has had run-ins with Muslim clerics and the Indian legal system; films include Biwi No. 1, Tere Naam, and Wanted
Dated former Miss World Aishwarya Rai before she married Abhishek Bachchan.
Bollywood actor and director; films include Raja Hindustani, Lagaan and 3 Idiots
Declined to have a wax statue of himself made for Madame Tussaud's in 2007.
Main antagonist from Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam and ZZ.
Also known as Haman Karn depending on translation.
Pakistani musician best known for his singing of Qawwali (Sufi devotionals).
Holds Guinness World Record for largest output by a Qawwali artist (125 albums).
British Pakistani boxer and current WBA World light welterweight champion.
Was the youngest ever British Olympic boxing medalist (silver, 2004).
Fictional tiger from Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book and its film adaptations.
Also appeared in animated form on the Disney cartoon TaleSpin.
American funk, R&B and disco singer best known for such songs as 'Through the Fire' and 'I'm Every Woman'.
Birth name Yvette Marie Stevens.
Norwegian heavy metal singer of the band Kamelot
Birth name Roy Saetre Khantatat.
Bangladeshi-American architect who designed Chicago's Sears Tower.
Also designed the first sky lobby for the John Hancock Center.
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