Who is Wajid Khan? Everything about Wajid Khan should know

Who is Wajid Khan? Everything about Wajid Khan should know. Wajid Khan (born March 10, 1981) is an artist, Indian portrait painter, sculptor, inventor, and patent holder.

Who is Wajid Khan?

Wajid Khan (born March 10, 1981) is an artist, Indian portrait painter, sculptor, inventor, and patent holder. He has specialized in carving canvas with nails. Recognizing his exceptional nail art, Khan was named in the Guinness Book of Records, Limca Book of Records, and Asia Book of Records.

Wajid Khan has been commissioned to design a unique sculpture for the 2022 Soccer World Cup, which will take place in Qatar. One of his works of art is part of Rashtrapati Bhavan, the official residence of the President of India.

Popular music composer, Wajid Khan, who is known to compose music with his brother Sajid Khan passed away this morning. 

He was 42. Reports of his untimely demise surfaced on social media after his friend and singer, Sonu Nigam shared the news of his passing away. Fans and fellow Bollywood celebrities took to the internet to express grief over his sudden passing away.

Everything about Wajid Khan should know


In 1995, at the age of 14, the world's smallest electric iron was invented. After this invention, he went on to invent a water theft device and a centralized activated touch key for home appliances. 

He also created a painting on canvas, which was apparently the world's first 3D painting. He has also created a robot and, again, in 2003 invented a light sensor and locking gear.

From being a rugby player, entertainer, and inventor, Wajid has also carved out his niche in doing things differently. Now, he is a famous portraist nail. Among his other works he includes 200 of his inventions. 

He invented the world's smallest 'electric iron', just as he was studying in Standard V. He was named in the Guinness Book of Records. He has been awarded three times by the late President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.

Nail art with iron

Wajid Khan owns a patent on nail art or nail painting, in which iron nails have been traded on a hard acrylic sheet to create a pointillist style image. In 2005 he made his first nail painting of Mahatma Gandhi. 

It took him three years to finish it. He has also created nail portraits of Mother Mary, Lord Jesus, Dhirubhai Ambani, Salman Khan, Raj Thackeray, Rahul Gandhi, Sai Baba of Shirdi, Kaaba, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, and Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum.

On February 17, 2014 an exhibition of Wajid Khan's nail portraits was held in Mumbai, attended by Bollywood personalities such as Dalip Tahil, Ashmit Patel, Chahat Khanna, and Seema Chauhan.

Auto parts sculpture

In 2014, Khan created a sculpture of scrap metal and vehicle parts representing a racehorse with its rider. The creation is made with spare parts from different vehicles like Mercedes Benz, Hero Honda, Passion Plus bike.

Art with medical equipment

Wajid Khan not only uses his art as a means to make happiness or express his emotions, but he has also played an important role in awakening society. In 2014, she became a part of the Save Girl campaign and with the medical team that created an artifact of an innocent crying girl. 

This represents that a scissor that is used in the sewing of wounds, and a stethoscope that is used to measure the heartbeat, is often the reason for the death of an innocent. Wajid has fearlessly shown this reality with the help of medical teams and has given a message to stop the fetish.


In April 2015, Wajid Khan was reportedly invited to interact with young artists at the Automobile Art Festival, held at ITC Rajputana, Jaipur. He also took a workshop for the students. 

On August 13, 2016 Wajid Khan was invited by WittyFeed at an organized event called 'An Independence Day'.

Social causes and philanthropy

In February 2016, Wajid Khan announced to donate Rs. 2 billion. poor children. A day before World Environment Day in June 2016, Wajid Khan painted the trees on the dry streets in Indore and the message spread to save the environment. 

Wajid Khan took workshop and taught spoon art for street children for free so they can earn money to live.

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