Khan was conceived and raised in a moderate Muslim family in Mumbai, India. He learned at Karthika High School and moved on from R.D. Public College, Mumbai with a top notch ever. In school he used to tell wisecracks in class and copy instructors and was notable as a jokester. When he was in school he became well known among companions for satire, mimicry, and copying instructors and entertainers.
He started transferring stand-up parody recordings to YouTube in 2018. He is known for his mockery, political parody, and one of a kind way of conveying punches. As of July 2021, he has in excess of 400,000 supporters and a joined 33 million perspectives on his YouTube channel.
He has likewise worked with NGO Salaam Baalak Trust and Salaam Bombay Foundation and has performed in excess of 1000 shows of a play dependent on Anti-Tobacco. Khan has performed many between school and expert plays as an entertainer, essayist, and chief in Hindi, English, and Urdu and has moored many live ensembles.
At first he confronted a solid resistance from seniors of his family as his family was not associated with film, TV, or theater previously. In any case, later his vocation was acknowledged as he filled in notoriety and started to make his living from stand-up satire.
He has partaken in Comedy Circus 2 (2008), Comedy Circus Chincpokli to China, Comedy Circus 20–20 with Rakshanda Khan, Comedy Circus Mahasangram with Karishma Tanna, Jubilee Comedy Circus with Saloni Daini, Comedy Ke Superstars with Usha Nadkarni, Kahani Comedy Circus Ki with Ragini Khanna, and Comedy Circus 3 Ka Tadka (2009) with Anoop Soni and Shweta Tiwari on Sony Television.
Rehman was likewise important for a Star One show, The Great Indian Laughter Challenge season 3, Comedy Champions on Sahara TV, Chote Miya Bade Miya on Colors TV, Comedy Ka Maha Muqabala on Star Plus, Nautanki – The Comedy Theater on Colors TV (2013), Mad in India with Sunil Grover on Star Plus (2014), Yam Hain Hum on SAB TV (2015), The Great Indian Family Drama on SAB TV with Archana Puran Singh and Satish Kaushik (2016), and Comedy Dangal on And TV with Bharti Singh and Anu Malik (2017).