Load shedding is a momentous issue in Pakistan. The entire nation is fed up with the hide & seek played by the electricity. WAPDA is considered the main culprit for this catch-22 situation. Pakistan is a nation of jolly people. They have learned to make fun of this drawback as well. One can see many funny photos, jokes, cartoons and quotes about load shedding in the media. This segment is a collection of meticulously selected funny items about load shedding. It also includes funny Images and funny videos about Pakistan WAPDA jokes and load shedding. These funny pictures are quite hilarious.
Ishq, Malang, Load shedding & Mosquitoes
People kept Roza even when Electricity was not Invented
Abuses ” in the Heart” during Roza
Government Plan for Unemployed Youth
Bijli ko Oxygen Naa Smajho
When Will the Load Shedding End in Pakistan?
WAPDA Appeals to Married Couples
Quickest Method to End Load Shedding
Homes of Politicians Should Also Be Subjected to Load Shedding: It is not funny. Do it and the load shedding problem will be solved once for all.
How to Check Some One’s Manners During Hot Season? Just try it when you are lucky to have electricity after a long break.
Abbreviation of WAPDA?
Meaning of ‘LOL’ in Pakistan
Funny Load Shedding Song. Watch this funny video.
Eighth Wonder of the World
Full Preparations Against Load Shedding in Karachi
Story of a Baba Jee
Most Appropriate Marriage Gifts
Operation Theatres in Pakistan in the Near Future
Technology Ki Jang
Funny Load Shedding Couplets
Garmi Ka La Jawab Tore (Donkey Fan). This short video provides a solution to Load Shedding.
Victim of WAPDA: ” When I Get My Electric Bill I am Afraid of the Light”.
Better Utilization of High Tension Electric Wires
Cheap Manual “Air Conditioner”. Courtesy Farooq Qaisar.
The Chicks Came Out of the Eggs in the Refrigerator because of Load Shedding. Courtesy Farooq Qaisar.
Congratulations on 20 Hours “Successful” Load Shedding
Lantern from Museum. Courtesy Farooq Qaisar.
Modern Technology in Pakistan
Mai Chali..Mai Chali..Mujhay Rokay Na Koi
The “Formal” Office Dress during Load Shedding. Courtesy Farooq Qaisar.
Why Police Needs Lantern during Load Shedding?
New Awami Package by WAPDA: ‘5 Ka 55′
Palmist: “If You Want to Become Rich, Start Business of Candles, Lanterns and Generators.” Courtesy Farooq Qaisar.
‘Bijli Dainy Hai Kay Thanay Jana Hai? Rally against Wapda’s load shedding by university students.
‘Na Bijli Na Pani, Phir Bhi Dil Hai Pakistani’
A Woman’s Husband Gets Electric Shock
Why Has God Given Us Two Hands? Courtesy Farooq Qaisar.
A Unique Way of Protest Against Load Shedding
Load Shedding Mubarak to All Pakistanis
Citizens of Pakistan! Do You Need Any Other Favour?
‘Ek Dukh Sajna da, Dooja Bijli Tang Keeta’. He is already jilted by his lover and now electricity is also playing hell with him.
When the Electricity Goes Off. At the time of power outage, Americans call Power House, Japanese check the fuse, while the Pakistanis peep at the street and say, ” Aaho, saraiyan di gai aye”.
A Case of Discrimination. This car owner is so fed up of WAPDA and its unjust load shedding policy that he is sending the Independence Day greetings to the entire nation except WAPDA.
WAPDA & Dengue Mosquito. In the summer heat, one can’t remove the shirt because of the fear of Dengue mosquito but at the same time one is unable to wear a shirt because it is too hot and WAPDA has failed to provide continuous flow of electricity. What should we do in this situation?
Appeal by Chairman WAPDA. The new WAPDA Chairman seems to be a very pious man and asks the masses to imagine about the darkness in a grave. They will surely forget the darkness of this temporary abode.
UPS for Rs. 30 Only
Rent-a-Fan. Available for Rs.10 per hour. Advance booking is in progress.
How to Counter Load Shedding?
Please Help Affectees of Load Shedding. The ones who have generators and UPS should help their brothers by providing the items mentioned at the back of this rickshaw.
‘Batti Chali Gai’. ‘Batti ‘will continue to play hide and seek with Pakistani people unless they vote in the honest politicians who may solve this menace once for all.
Future Urdu Idioms about Electricity
Load Shedding: by Bankay Mian of Express TV. A very short funny video about load shedding.
‘Sadhay Mulk Di Bijli Ji’. A Parody on load-shedding. It is worth watching.
Funny Meter Reader of WAPDA. Azizi (Suhail Ahmed) guised as a Meter Reader of WAPDA. Extremely funny video clip.
WAPDA (Loadsheding Gift Available 24/7). See this funny video. This is the voice of a nation, which is victim of WAPDA since the last many years.
WAPDA Keeps the Nation Awake. Three cheers for WAPDA for this ‘noble’ deed.
Request to WAPDA.It is requested to the higher ups in WAPDA department that they should immediately dissemble their electric poles and wires. Allah will provide some other alternative for sitting of birds.
Notice from WAPDA. Wapda is so concerned about the welfare of Pakistanis that whenever the weather turns pleasant they inform the public through all available means, including media, and ask them to bring their beds out of their homes to enjoy the cool breeze.
Laments of a Sardar Jee’s Widow
When a Sardar Jee died in Indian Punjab, his wife started lamenting: “Way tu othay tur gaya, jithay na diva na batti; Way tu othay tur gaya, jithay na manji na pirhi; Way tu othay tur gaya, jithay na aata na roti.”
Her little son asked her; “Baybay, kidray Abaa Pakistan tay nahin tur gaya?”
Parody of “Kabhi Kabhi Meray Dil Mein Khyyal Aata Hai”. One minute video by GEO TV showing funny parody on load shedding. A must watch.
Funny Load Shedding Video-GEO TV. See this short 1 minute funny video about load shedding.
Qawali: Load shedding. Superb qawali by Iftikhar Qaisar (TV artist from Peshawar) and Ali Raza. This qawali is the voice of Pakistani masses.
Happy Load Shedding. This list gives the advantages of non availability of electricity. Every dark cloud has a silver lining.
O’ WAPDA! Does the poet want this lightening to fall on him or on Wapda authorities? It has not been clearly elaborated by the learned poet.
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