Hum Sub Umeed Se Hain

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Hum Sub Umeed Se Hain
Hum Sub Logo.jpg
GenrePolitical Comedy
Created byMuhammad Younis Butt
Written byMuhammad Younis Butt
Directed byFawad Wyne Anjum Shehzad
Presented byVeena Malik (2007–2008)
Mehwish Hayat (2008)
Saba Qamar (2009–2013, 2015)
Meera (2014)
Naseem Vicky (2014-15)
Alif Noon (2015)
Country of originPakistan
Original language(s)Urdu
No. of seasons15
No. of episodes574
Executive producer(s)Imran Aslam
Producer(s)Rauf Afaq and Farrukh Baba
Running time60 minutes (per episode)
Original networkGeo tv
Geo tv
Original releaseJuly 2007 –
December 26, 2015 (2015-12-26)
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Hum Sub Umeed Se Hain was a political satire show, which features funny segments on Pakistani political issues. Hosted by Saba Qamar, Fiza Ali & Mehwish Hayat, the show was divided into 3 versions. The first one is 'Midweek Version' Hosted by Mehwish Hayat, 2nd one is 'Extra Version' Hosted By Fiza Ali, 3rd Show of The Week is 'Weekend Version' Hosted by notable Pakistani actress Saba Qamar. Earlier this show was also hosted by actress Veena Malik, Sara Chaudry, Hira Salman, Kiran Tabeer, Mathira & Arisha Razi.[1] This show has been on the air since 2007. Due to its popularity, it aired till 2015 and was finished in 2015 due to ban on Geo Entertainment.


It is written by the popular Pakistani TV programs screenwriter and humorist Muhammad Younis Butt, the show is a comedy sitcom based on political scenario of Pakistan. Butt said in an interview to Geo TV Network, Writing comedy is his passion, so he always enjoys it and never feels exhausted by writing.


The program mostly makes fun of corrupt and lazy politicians who always somehow sneak into the political process and get elected. This show's TV artists try to portray them in their situational comedy. The show also covers current affairs topics in Pakistan in a humorous way. The show mocks the Pakistani politicians and presents the Pakistani political issues in funny segments. In addition to other characters, each episode has a guest, who mocks an international or national politician. It usually deals with current events. It was also hosted by Nabeel And Khwaja Aslam in 2004-2005.

Hosts and Cast[edit]


  • Ek Din Hum Sub Umeed Se Hain Ke Saath
  • News Fuse
  • News Muse
  • As You Wish
  • After News
  • B-Ads
  • Bezti Idol
  • C.I.D
  • Coffee With Sheikh
  • Pakistan Avengers
  • Parody Song
  • Punch Policy
  • Signal Banned
  • Side News
  • Sochna Vi Naa
  • Show Time
  • C News
  • Bachy Ghair Siyassi Hoty Hain
  • Boiling Point
  • Broken News
  • Bezti Idol
  • Final Song
  • Model Siyast Dan
  • Top Flop
  • Ticket Tantrum
  • Rap Battle
  • O Teri
  • Films
  • Lie Detector
  • Love 2013
  • Love 2014
  • Love 2015
  • Load Shedding Time
  • Pakistan Idle
  • Yeh Bandhan Tu Iqtadar Bandhan Hai
  • Hasna Mana Hai
  • Old Is Gold
  • Laugh Line
  • Gupshup
  • Inklaab
  • Billo Online
  • Super 4


  1. ^ "Will comedy in Pakistan please stand up? | TNS - The News on Sunday". Retrieved 4 July 2018.
  2. ^ "Bigg Boss 4: Reality bites | The Express Tribune". The Express Tribune. 15 December 2010. Retrieved 4 July 2018.
  3. ^ "Saba Qamar's Bollywood Journey ~ Hum Sab Umeed Say Hain to Hindi Medium | DESIblitz". DESIblitz. 16 May 2017. Retrieved 4 July 2018.

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