Salman Khan’s younger brother Sohail is turning 48 on December 20. His brothers are not as successful as Salman Khan but even then they stay in the limelight. Born on December 20, 1969 in Mumbai, Sohail was last seen in the film ‘Tubelight’ with Salman Khan. Salman had many love affairs but he has not yet married. 18 years later, Arbaaz and Malaika have also been divorced. But Sohail is the only one whose marital life with Seema Sachdev is going perfectly.
Seema belongs to Delhi. She came to Mumbai to make a career in fashion designing. During that, she met Sohail Khan for the first time. And at the first sight, Sohail fell in love with her. Soon both of them started dating each other and the couple wanted to get married. But Seema’s family was against this marriage as Sohail was a Muslim. This led to Seema and Sohail took a big decision. The day Sohail’s movie, ‘Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya’ (1998) got released, both of them fled away from their respective houses and married at the Arya Samaj temple on the same day.
Ultimately, both families had accepted this marriage and then couple also did a Nikaah. The couple is blessed with two sons Nirvaan and Yohaan. After marriage, Sohail started an entertainment business along with Seema. Seema became a leading fashion designer of TV shows and movies. Seema is the one who designed costumes for popular TV show ‘Jassi jaisi Koi Nahi’ (2003-07). She got fame from this serial. Seema owns a boutique named ‘Bandra 190’. She runs this boutique along with Mahip Kapoor and Sussanne Khan.
Apart from that, Seema also owns a beauty spa and salon in Mumbai. On the other hand, Sohail started his film career in the year 1997 as a director. His first directorial film was ‘Auzaar’ starring Sanjay Kapoor, Salman Khan and Shilpa Shetty. After this, he directed Brother Salman’s film ‘Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya’ (1998). This movie proved to be a hit and he got a recognition in the industry. Subsequently, in 2002, Sohail started his acting career with ‘Maine Dil Tujhko Diya’. Since then he has been a part of many Bollywood films.