8+ Funny Urdu Jokes: Hilariously Entertaining!

Funny Urdu Jokes

There is no denying that the Urdu language is one of the most beautiful and poetic languages out there. It is often also called romantic language, but how does it sound when used in humorous lines?

Well, it sounds even more beautiful. In this article, we will look at some of the funny Urdu jokes that many generations have loved. These jokes will surely make you laugh, so if you want to learn more Urdu vocabulary keep reading below.

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List Of Funny Urdu Jokes

Here are some exciting and funny Urdu jokes. Most are related to married couples and conversations between husband and wife. Other jokes are about kids, between a man, Sikhs, Pathans, kids, and ordinary folk! Take a look at these short funny jokes in Urdu to share with your friends and family!

Police man & his son

English UrduPronunciation
A police man said to his son: your result is not good, today onwards you aren’t allowed to play or watch tv
His son: take fifty rupees and end this conversation
پولیس والا اپنے بیٹے سے: تمہارا رزلٹ بہت برا آیا ہے آج سے تمہارا کھیلنا اور ٹیوی دیکھنا بند بیٹا: یہ پچاس روپے پکڑو اور اس بات کو یہیں ختم کروPolice wala apney baitey sey: tumhara result bohat bura aya hai aaj sey tumhara khelna aur tv dekhna band
Baita: ye pachas rupey pakrou aur is baat ko yehein khatam kero

Mom and her Son

EnglishUrduPronunciation
Mother called her son: where are you?
He responded: I’m showering in the washroom
‘Come outside or you’ll catch a cold’
“I won’t mom, I’m wearing a blanket while showering”
ماں نے آواز دی۔ ”منے تم کہاں ہو۔“ ”میں غسل خانے میں نہا رہا ہوں۔“ جواب آیا۔ ”منے سردی بہت ہے۔ باہر آ جاوٴ۔ نہیں تو ٹھنڈ لگ جائے گی۔“ امی سردی نہیں لگتی۔ میں لحاف اوڑھ کر نہا رہا ہوں۔“Maan ney awaz di: munney tum kahan hou
Jawab aya: main ghusal khaaney main naha raha houn
‘Munney sardi bohat hai bahar ajao nahi tou thand lagjaye gi’
“Ammi sardi nahi lagti main lihaaf ourh ker naha raha hoon”

Daughter & Mom

English UrduPronunciation
A married daughter speaks to her mom on the phone: me and my husband had a fight today
Mom: it’s okay, that is common after marriage
Daughter: yeah, but what do I do with his dead body now?
شادی کے کچھ دن بعد بیٹی اپنی ماں سے فون پر: آج میری ان سے لارائی ہو گئی
ماں: بیٹا شادی کے بعد جھگڑے ہوتے رہتے ہیں، کوئی بات نہیں
بیٹی: ہان وہ تو ٹھیک ہے لیکن اب
لاش کا کیا کروں
Shadi ke kuch din baad beti apni maa se phone par: aaj meri unse larai hou gayi
Maa: beta shadi ke baad jhagray hote rehte hain, koi baat nahi
Beti: han woh toh theek hai lekin ab laash ka kya karoon

Teacher and Student

EnglishUrduPronunciation
Teacher: your parents came to school yesterday but you didn’t
Student: My mom and dad both used to insist on dropping me to school. This time, however, they both went and left me at home instead.
استانی (شاگرد سے) :”تم کل اسکول نہیں آئیں حالانکہ تمھارے والدین آئے تھے“۔ شاگرد:”دراصل ابو کہتے تھے کہ میں تمھیں اسکول چھوڑ آتا ہوں اور امی کہتی تھیں کہ میں تمھیں سکول چھوڑ آوٴں گی اسی جھگڑے میں وہ تو سکول آ گئے اور مجھے گھر چھوڑ آئے“۔Ustaani: tum kal school nahi ayein halanke tumhare walidain aye thay
Shaagird: darasal abu kehtey thay key main tumhe school chor ata hoon aur ammi kehti theen key main tumhe school chor aoon gi isi jhagrey main wo tou school agaye aur mujhe ghar chor aye.

Doctor & Patient

EnglishUrduPronunciation
Boy: do you have a pain medication?
Doctor: where is it hurting?
Boy: It isn’t right now but it will when my dad finds what my result is
لڑکا (ڈاکٹر سے) : کیا آپ کے پاس درد کی دوا ہے؟“۔ ڈاکٹر :”درد کہاں ہو رہا ہے؟“۔ لڑکا:”ابھی درد نہیں ہو رہا ٹھہر کر ہو گا کیونکہ ابا جان رزلٹ دیکھ کر آتے ہی ہوں گے“۔Larka: kiya aap key paas dard ki dawa hai
Doctor: dard kahan horaha hai
Larka: abhi dard nahi horaha thair ker hoga kuinke abba jaan result dekh ker atey hi hongey

Dad & Son

EnglishUrduPronunciation
Father: were the exam questions easy?
Son: yes the questions were easy but the answers were difficult
باپ (بیٹے سے) سوالات آسان تھے ناں۔ بیٹا: جی ہاں سوالات تو آسان تھے مگر جواب مشکل تھے۔Baap : sawalat aasaan thay na
Baita: jee haan sawalat tou asaan thay margar jawab mushkil thay

The Classroom

EnglishUrduPronunciation
Teacher: why is it so loud in the classroom
Boy: we are discussing the benefits of keeping quiet
استاد: کلاس میں اتنا شور کیوں ہو رہا ہے؟ ایک لڑکا: جناب ہم خاموشی کے فوائد پر بحث کر رہے ہیں۔Ustaad: class main itna shor kuin horaha hai?
Larka: janab hum khamoshi key fawaid par behas ker rahey hain

Old man & his Birthday

EnglishUrduPronunciation
An old man invited two of his friends on his birthday. Instead of a candle, a bulb was seen between the cake. Upon inquiry he said “this is my seventieth birthday and the bulb is of 70 watts, the candles were expensive.”ایک صاحب نے اپنی سالگرہ پر دوستوں کو مدعو کیا دوستوں نے دیکھا کہ کیک کے بیچ میں موم بتیاں کے بجائے ایک بلب جل رہا ہے۔ دوستوں نے حیرت سے اس کی وجہ پوچھی تو اس نے کہا ” یہ میری ساٹھویں سالگرہ ہے اور یہ بلب ساٹھ واٹ کا ہے موم بتیاں بہت مہنگی تھیں“۔Eik sahab ney apni saalgirah par dou dostoun ko bulaya dostoun ney dekha key kaik key beech main moum batti key bijaye bulb jal raha hai. Dostoun ney hairat sey uski waja poochi tou us ney kaha ” ye meri saathwi saalgirah hai aur ye bulb saath watt ka hai, moum battiyan bohat mehngi theen”

Why Learn Urdu Jokes?

Funny jokes are a great way to start a conversation or clear up a challenging atmosphere. After all, people often remember those who always have funny quotes up their sleeves rather than those who don’t! To fit into a Pakistani or Urdu-speaking crowd, you have to accept that some effort is needed, and you will have to improve on finer details like executing jokes.

Once the people start smiling and giggling, it’s a sure sign that you have their attention. It may also be time to excite the game with more interesting and funny Urdu jokes. Eventually, you may be asked to share some of them during a visit or a dinner party, which is common in Pakistani cultures.

Learn More Urdu Jokes With Ling App

We hope you got a real crack out of these few jokes! If interested, comment on this article or check out our blog to learn more about some interesting details related to the Urdu language. And if you are looking for more than just funny Urdu jokes, we have something that may be useful. Consider the Ling app!

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Updated by Samawiyah Hasnain

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