Moraad Ali Khan born on 1961, is one of the finest Trap Shooters of India who belongs to the lineage Sayed brothers, who were also called the “King Makers” in India during the rule of the Mughal Empire. After the death of kingmakers, his family shifted to Jansath, Uttar Pradesh. He won the first gold medal for India at Chengdu, China during 1995 in shooting competition with other teammates. Moraad Ali Khan has won international medals in both Trap and Double Trap Shooting as the only shooter in India. He had worked in Tata Steel at various Senior Executive positions before leaving the job after 25 years long span of a career. Corporate officials & government organizations call Moraad for many events. At Manchester Commonwealth Games Moraad Ali Khan won a gold medal and also other international medals at the Asian events and others at world level competitions.
He was also seven times National Champion. He got the Arjuna award in 1996. Moraad Ali Khan was also the first Indian to be selected to The International Sports Shooting Federation, Germany. He has also represented Shooting Sports at the 13thOlympic Congress which organized in Copenhagen, Denmark. He retired from his sports in 2007. Moraad has been trying to project Uttar Pradesh as the prime location for film shooting, and also he has turned his farmhouse into a movie studio where the shooting of the most epic serial “Mahabharata” took place. His film career begun with director Zaid Ali Khan(his son) with '
' released in 2014 was produced by him and also his first debut movie featuring,
which played the lead role in the film. From then, he has worked in Bollywood.
Moraad Ali Khan is talented, hardworking and does not look like first time producer. He acted in Hindi movies for the first time and made his identity in Bollywood Cinema. Moraad Ali Khan convinced Salman to shoot '
' for shooting to get his hometown a new identity and also it would help in increasing economy which would result in better job opportunities for the people. He has worked as a Member of Sports Authority of India and at National Dope Testing Laboratory also Member of Disciplinary Panel at National Anti-Doping Agency and also the first Indian on the International Athletes Commission. Now he is currently working as Adviser to the Uttar Pradesh Rifle Association Authority of India and at National Dope Testing Laboratory also Member of Disciplinary Panel at National Anti-Doping Agency and also the first Indian on the International Athletes Commission. Now he is currently working as Adviser to the Uttar Pradesh Rifle Association.