Ayub Khan (disambiguation)

Ayub Khan (disambiguation)

People named Ayub Khan (ايوب خان) include:

* Ayub Khan (1907-1974), a President of Pakistan
* Ayyub Khan (?-1117), Kipchak leader
* Ayub Khan (Afghan commander) (1857-1914), who fought against Britain in the Second Afghan War
* Ayub Khan (actor), an Indian film and television actor and nephew of Bollywood legend Dilip Kumar.

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