1) Babu Baral
Babu Baral (ببو برال genuine name Ayub Akhtar ایوب اختر) was a Pakistani stage performing artist and comic (1964 – 15 April 2011). Baral began his profession as an entertainer from Gujranwala in 1982. He was a mimicry master and could without much of a stretch sing in fanciful artists' voices. Baral had been experiencing malignancy, hepatitis and kidney sickness, and was being dealt with at a private doctor's facility in Lahore. He kicked the bucket at 47 years old, abandoning four kids, two little girl, and two child. Baral had done numerous stage dramatizations which regularly made him an indication of satire. Shartiya Mithay is his a standout amongst the most well known.
2) Moin Akhter
Moin Akhtar was a Pakistani TV, film and stage performing artist, and additionally a humorist, comic, impersonator, and a host. He was additionally a play author, vocalist, film executive and a maker.
Akhtar was conceived in Karachi to Urdu speaking Kashmiri folks moved from Mumbai India, was very changing and flexible entertainer, he made his presentation for TV on 6 September 1966, in a theatrical presentation hung on PTV to praise the first barrier day of Pakistan. From that point forward, he has performed a few parts in TV plays/appears, later making a group with Anwar Maqsood and Bushra Ansari.
He was cherished for giving funniness to individuals of all ages, and with a decorum that remaining parts unmatched. His endeavors to stay away from indecency in his funniness rendered him a most loved amongst family gatherings of people. Akhtar was familiar with a few dialects, including English, Bengali, Sindhi, Punjabi, Memon, Pashto, Gujarati and Urdu. He performed in Pakistan as well as played in a few stage shows like Bakra Qiston Pe and Buddha Ghar Pe Hai with Umer Sharif in India as well.
Moin Akhtar rose to the national spotlight and assembled basic praise for his execution in the show Rosy/Rozy (روذی), in which he assumed the part of a female TV craftsman. Rozy was a Urdu adjustment of Hollywood motion picture Tootsie featuring Dustin Hoffman. Additionally, in a syndicated program to be specific Loose Talk, which started in 2005 on ARY Digital, he showed up as an alternate character in every last of more than 400 scenes met by Anwar Maqsood, the essayist and the host of the system. Akhter additionally quickly facilitated the amusement show Kya Aap Banaingay Crorepati?, the Pakistani variant of Who Wants to be a Millionaire?.
He was recompensed privileged citizenship of Dallas in 1996 for his accomplishments. He is additionally recorded among Amazing Pakistanis ever.
Chosen TV serials
The most mainstream shows of Moin Akhtar incorporate Rozi, Loose Talk and Eid Train. Here is a rundown of serials, sitcoms and syndicated programs Moin Akhtar has done.
Makaan No 47
Bandar Road Se Kemari
Studio 2 1/2
Studio 2 3/4
Such Much Part 2
Kuch Kuch Such Much
Such Much Ki Eid
Such Much Ka Election
Nokar Key Agey Chaaker
Yes Sir No Sir
He was the host of the show in which
King Husain of Jordan was invited.
The Prime minister of Gambia, Dawoodi-Al-Joza, was invited.
President Zia-ul-Haq was invited.
Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was invited.
President General Yahya Khan was invited.
President Ghulam Ishaq Khan was invited.
President Pervez Musharaf was invited and he mimicked the president in his presence.
Legendary Indian film actor Dilip Kumar was invited.
Fifty Fifty (Ptv)
Show Sha (Ptv)
Studio Dhhai (Ptv)
Studio Pone Teen (Ptv)
Yes Sir No Sir (Ptv)
Moin Akhter Show (Ptv)
Char Bees (NTM)
Loose Talk (ARY Digital)
Choun Chan Ahoo (Ptv)
3) Bushra Ansari
Bushra Ansari is a Pakistani television presenter, singer, actress, comedian, playwright, and author who started as a child performer in the 1960s and has remained a major TV personality for over four decades. She also judged Pakistan Idol.
Ansari's first dramatic acting role was in one of Iqbal Ansari's productions. She also appeared on PTV's most-watched shows, including Angan Terha, Show Time, Show Sha, Rang Tarang, Emergency Ward and the Saturday Night Live-styled sketch comedy TV series Fifty Fifty
4) Shakeel Siddiqui
Shakeel Siddiqui (Urdu: شکیل صدیقی) is a Pakistani TV comic otherwise called "Teeli" in India. He rose to conspicuousness in Bollywood subsequent to showing up as a challenger in Comedy Circus. Despite the fact that he didn't win, he turned out to be popular to the point that he was contracted as a co-host in the second season of the appear. He was combined to on-screen character Urvashi Dholakia in all actuality appear, Ustaadon Ka Ustaad (2008).
Shakeel Siddiqui additionally showed up as a big name visitor in Salman Khan's existence amusement appear, Dus Ka Dum (2008) and as a visitor judge in Boogie Woogie move rivalry. He was additionally a member in the third season of Comedy Circus, named Kaante Ki Takkar.
Today Shakeel shows up on every single real channel of Pakistan for his performances.