Tabish Hashmi: TBH Show Was Not Made To Be Seen With Family [Video]

The comedian clears up the air from allegations for his show.

The comedian Tabish Hashmi recently appeared in an interview with VOA Urdu and talked about his famous show, To Be Honest on YouTube.

Tabish Ahmed Hashmi is a Famous Canadian Pakistani Standup Comedian, Digital Media Influencer, and Host, who was born in Karachi, Pakistan. He started his career with the standup comedy show The Laughing stock. The comedian gained most of his fame from hosting Nashpati Prime’s show, To Be Honest.


Recently the top trending comedian appeared in an interview and cleared up the air regarding the allegations on his show about not being a family show. He said,

“I don’t know how people can say that this is not a family show without watching it. They just watch a single clip or episode and judge it. The show has hourly long content in it.”

He further added,

“The show was not meant to be watched by families from the beginning it was on YouTube so people can watch it by their own choice rather than watching it in their lounges.”

The comedian also shared that most of his fans are elderly ladies. And from this show, most of the ladies claim that they have got ridden of their depression. And he humorously added that the main concern of the desi families is that their children don’t spend time with them so why his show is always reminded while wanting to have family time. They should watch it by themselves.

Have a look at the full video below,













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