In an unexpected turn of events, popular standup comedian Tabish Hashmi has bid farewell to his widely acclaimed comedy show, ‘Hasna Mana Hai.’
The announcement took social media users by surprise, given the show’s remarkable viewership and consistent top ratings.
At just 26 years old, Hashmi had been at the helm of the show on the nation’s largest broadcasting network. ‘Hasna Mana Hai’ had garnered a reputation for its light-hearted and unfiltered discussions with a diverse range of guests from the worlds of television, film, and the internet.
During its run, Tabish Hashmi engaged in lively conversations with some of the industry’s top celebrities, including Saba Qamar, Faysal Qureshi, Adnan Siddiqui, Hania Aamir, Nayyar Ejaz, and many others. These interactions added to the show’s appeal and contributed to its widespread popularity.
Hashmi, in his departure, extended a warm welcome to Ahmed Ali Butt through a social media post, expressing his confidence that “the show is in good hands.”
Although Tabish Hashmi had been a fixture in several comedy programs, including ‘To Be Honest,’ the format of ‘Hasna Mana Hai’ set it apart from other locally broadcasted comedy shows. Its unique pattern and engaging content captivated audiences across Pakistan.
The show’s success was truly remarkable, evident in its achievement of reaching an astounding one billion digital views. This milestone underscored its immense resonance among Pakistanis, solidifying ‘Hasna Mana Hai’ as a major hit in the realm of entertainment.