Date March 12, 2013. (actual date of airing is April 28th, 2013)
Site Expo Center, Karachi
Host Main Host(s)

  • Mikaal Zulfiqar
  • Mahira Khan

Co Host(s)

  • Humayun Saeed
  • Bushra Ansari

Pre-show March 11, 2013. (Red Carpet) at 7:25 pm (actual date of airing is April 27th, 2013)
Producer Servis, Nokia Lumia and Telenor (Talk Shalk)
Director Hum Network Limited
Best Picture Shehr-e-Zaat
Best Direction Farooq Rind
Best Actor Noman Ejaz
(Bari Apa)
Best Actress Mahira Khan
Most awards Meray Qatil Meray Dildar(3)
Most nominations Meray Qatil Meray Dildar (9)
Sanjha (7)
Television coverage
Channel Hum TV
Network Hum[1]
Duration 3 Hours, 15 Minutes (approx.)
Ratings 21.26[2]

The 1st Hum Awards are the official annual 2013 Servis 1st Hum Awards ceremony run by the Hum Network Limited and Presented by Servis, sponsored by Nokia Lumia and co-sponsored by Telenor talk shawlk took place on March 12, 2013 and will be on aired on April 28th, 2013. Hum TV presented its 1st Annual Hum Awards to honor the best Television Serials of 2012 of its own Channel. The ceremony was held at Expo Center in Gulshan-e-Iqbal Town, Karachi, Pakistan. Mikaal Zulfiqar and Mahira Khan Hosted the show for the first time.
Shehr-e-Zaat won the best Drama serial award, Farooq Rind won Best drama director award for Sanjha. Meray Qatil Meray Dildar receive 9 nominations for which it has won Best original song title, Best Supporting Actress. Angeline Malik bragged two awards for her drama series Kitni Girhain Baqi Hain. Th other winners were, Humsafar, Maat, Bari Aapa, Roshan Sitara.
Mahira Khan won the Best Actress award for her role in Shehr-e-Zaat and Noman Ejaz won the Best Actor award for portraying the most graceful role in Bari Aapa.
HUM Network got the show on the road with a clear mission through the launch of its flagship channel, HUM TV, back in 2005. From its very first year HUM TV was acclaimed for its pristine productions, succeeding not only in becoming an internationally celebrated home-grown entertainment network but also helping to bring back a large segment of viewers that had been lost to Indian soap operas at that point in time. HUM TV became the life-breath of a dying industry, universally hailed for the revival of television drama industry as we once knew it.Journey of Hum

Amidst premier blockbusters such as Man-o-Salwa, JhumkaJaan, Manay Na Ye Dil, Khamoshiyan, Mere Pass Pass, Aashti, Qaid-e-Tanhai, Noor Pur Ki Rani, Tair-e-Lahoti, Dastaan, Mere Qatil Mere Dildar, Pani Jaisa Pyar, Maat, Main Abdul Qadir Hoon, and Humsafar Hum TV brought home the fact that Pakistani dramas have not lost their poignancy and appeal, and today, it stands as the undisputed flag-bearer of the local television industry.
With an aspiration to honor excellence, Servis 1st HUM Awards has been launched. As we ascend the path of entertainment glory, we desire to acknowledge and honor our companions through this odyssey to celebrate all those who have been a part of our eight-year long journey of success. We also salute the contribution of fashion and music as both these genres have always been indispensible part of any dramatic presentation and our screen.
Launching of Hum Awards

As a reputed part of Pakistani Media, under immense President Ship of Sultana Siddiqui, on February 12, 2013 here at Hum Network head office, General Manager Public relations and publications Shanaz Ramzi virtuously announced First Hum Awards in a press consultation consisted of selected journalists of Pakistani media industry. Shanaz Ramzi started her words in a very enthusiastic tone and blissful mood, giving crispy comments to late comers. For a very elongated time Hum TV has been noticing that Pakistani talent is getting international sustain so why not giving it acknowledgment and glory all around the globe because Hum believes that awards work like energy drinks for an artist. The sole motive of Hum Awards is to give tribute to our artists who are with us for eight years and especially to hearten and motivate those projects that were on aired from January 2012 to December 2012.[4]
The 1st Servis Hum Awards Red Carpet

The red carpet began at 7:25 pm on 11 March 2013 (actual date of airing is 27 April 2013) was hosted by Sohai Ali Abro, Noor Hassan, where the stars arrived making the day a big mark in the history of HUM Network. The guests were welcomed very nicely as they entered through the doors of the venue. The red carpet hall was well divided into two sections where on one part the celebrities were being interviewed and taken views of regarding the event, their upcoming projects and about their feelings for being nominated. However the other part served as a sitting arrangement for the guests to have a sit down or a chit chat for a while. Many of the stars who had arrived from other cities were given special treatments by the HUM TV management team. Also refreshments were being served all over the area including soft drinks, water and one-biters. The red carpet of the HUM Awards did not follow the usual tone rather a different theme became obvious as the stars arrived. The area gave a look of a pavilion filled with celebrities talking to each other and making themselves comfortable.

The 1st Servis Hum Awards Main Event

The main event of Hum awards began at 8:00 pm 12 March 2013 (actual date of airing is 28 April 2013). The 1st Servis Hum Awards were made all the more conspicuous by the attendance of a very large number of celebrities at the Expo Centre on Tuesday night.The red carpet came alive with interviews of superstars, fashionistas and solo/group music acts who came forth in large numbers to support the awards ceremony organised by the popular entertainment channel. It was followed by the awards ceremony which started somewhat late and continued well past midnight.Renowned folk and Sufi singer Abida Parveen opened the event by singing ever-popular numbers, Yaar Ko Hum Ne Jabaja Dekha and Naara-i-Mastana in her typical style, followed by a word from the main sponsor. Hosts Mahira Khan and actor-model Mikael pulled a few light-hearted punches at interior minister Rehman Malik shortly before the award categories were announced.A heartfelt moment arrived when Anwar Maqsood was called onstage to give away the Lifetime Achievement Award to Moin Akhtar, and the trophy was received by Bushra Ansari in the absence of the late performer’s son. A premier song and dance performance from Pakistan’s first sports film presented by Humayun Saeed’s Six Sigma, Main Hoon Shahid Afridi, was up next followed by more awards in the fashion category. Bushra Ansari announce Recognition Awards to be given away to 10 legendary Pakistan TV artists by Hum Network CEO Duraid Qureshi. They recipients were: Nayyar Kamal, Zaheen Tahira, Badar Khalil, Qazi Wajid, Mohammad Qavi Khan, Talat Hussain, Munawwar Saeed, Anwar Maqsood, Shakeel and Abid Ali. Co-host Wasay Chaudhry then joined Mahira Khan to carry on with the ceremony punctuated by a song and dance medley featuring Ahsan Khan and Mehwish Hayat on Bollywood hit numbers Mujhe To Teri Lut Lag Gaye from Race 2, Matru Ki Bijli Ka Mandola from the film by the same name and Biddu’s remix of Nazia and Zoheb Hasan’s Disco Deewanay.Umer Sharif was rightly introduced on stage as the ‘King of comedy’ and he lived up to the reputation first by tricking both the technical crew and audience into believing the sound system had given way, and then picking on old-time friend Jawaid Sheikh in an exchange of banter. He then went on to deliver his version of improvisational stand-up comedy by passing comments on the flooding of Chinese products in the local markets as well as a hilarious recollection of the different accents adopted by in flight cabin crew while making announcements on the PA system and otherwise.Punjabi Indian artist Rabbi Shergill was the big surprise of the evening and straightaway he launched into a live version of Challa followed by more lively renditions of Bulla Ki Jana Mein Kaun, Tere Bin Sanu Sohniya and Challa again.Hum TV Network president Sultana Siddiqui then called on the blockbuster serial Humsafar team to present them with awards in various categories ranging from production, technical crew and cast. Humaima Malik;s sizzling medley performance marked the close of the evening giving omen for the last category of awards.

Winners and nominees

There are seven categories for nominations by viewers. Show is sponsored by Servis and hosted by Mikaal Zulfiqar and Mahira Khan. The drama receiving the most nomination was Meray Qatil Meray Dildar followed by Sanjha and Shehr-e-Zaat.


Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.
Best Drama Serial Best Director Drama serial
  • Shehr-e-Zaat
    • Mere Qatil Mere Dildar
    • Ek Tamanna Lahasil Si
    • Maat
    • Roshan Sitara
    • Yahan Pyar Nahi Hai
    • Bilqees Kaur
    • Mata-e-Jaan Hai Tu

  • Farooq Rind for Sanjha
    • Sarmad Sultan Khoosat for Humsafar
    • Fahim Burney for Yahan Pyar Nahi Hai
    • Amna Nawaz Khan for Maat
    • Asim Ali for Mere Qatil Mere Dildar

Best Actor Best Actress
  • Noman Ejaz for Bari Aapa
    • Ahsan Khan for Mere Qatil Mere Dildar
    • Adnan Siddiqui for Mere Qatil Mere Dildar
    • Mikaal Zulfiqar for Shehr-e-Zaat
    • Imran Aslam for Sanjha
    • Faisal Rehman for Zard Mausam

  • Mahira Khan for Shehr-e-Zaat
    • Mehwish Hayat for Mere Qatil Mere Dildar
    • Saba Qamar for Maat
    • Sania Saeed for Zard Mausam
    • Savera Nadeem for Bari Aapa
    • Sanam Baloch for Roshan Sitara
    • Saba Qamar for Yahan Pyar Nahi Hai
    • Saba Qamar for Maat
    • Mehwish Hayat for Mere Qatil Mere Dildar

Best Comic Actor Best Comic Sitcom
  • Uroosa Siddiqui for Fun khana
    • Ismail Tara
    • Danish Nawaz
    • Barkat Siddiqui
    • Deven Bhojani

  • Extras (The Mango People)
    • One Way Ticket
    • Halka na lo
    • Fun khana

Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress
  • Mohib Mirza for Shehr-e-Zaat
    • Kashif Mehmood for Bilqees Kaur
    • Imran Aslam for Sanjha
    • Rehan Shiekh for Sanjha
    • Babar Khan for Ek Tamanna Lahasil Si

  • Shagufta Ejaz for Mere Qatil Mere Dildar
  • Samina Peerzada for Roshan Sitara
    • Saba Hameed for Main Abdul Qadir Hoon
    • Sadia Imam for Bilqees Kaur
    • Sajjal Ali for Sitamgar"

Best Actor Soap Best Actress Soap
  • Imran Aslam for Nikhar Gaye Gulab Saaray
    • Danish Taimoor for Sanjha
    • Farhan Ali Agha for Mere Qatil Mere Dildar
    • Junaid Khan for Mata-e-Jaan Hai Tu

  • Sumbul Iqbal for Raju Rocket
    • Komal Rizvi for Mujhay Roothnay Na Daina
    • Areej Fatima for Mar Jayen Bhi Tu Kya
    • Mawra Hocane for Ek Tamanna Lahasil Si

Best Drama Series Best Soap Series
  • Angeline Malik for Kitni Girhain Baqi Hain (Solo Nominee)
  • Mujhay Roothnay Na Daina
    • Raju Rocket
    • Nikhar gae gulab saray
    • Mar jaen Bhi to kya

Best Host of the year Best New TV Sensation
  • Fahad Mustafa for Jago Pakistan Jago (Solo Nominee)
  • Shehryar Munawar Siddiqui for Meray Dard Ko Jo Zuban Miley and Suhaee Abro for Sanjha
Best Writer Drama Serial Most Challenging Subject Award
  • Umera Ahmad for Maat
    • ZaKir ahmad for Mere Qatil Mere Dildar
    • Umera Ahmad for Shehr-e-Zaat
    • Faiza Iftikhar Yahan Pyar Nahi Hai
    • Sarwat nazeer Roshan Sitara

  • Momina Duraid (Producer)
    Haissam Hussain (director)
    Sameera Fazal (writer) for
Special Recognition Award In Music Phenomenal Serial
  • Ustad Rais Khan for Phenomenal Achievement In Music
  • Humsafar for Incredible Success in Pakistan Television History
Best Original Sound Track Best On Screen Couple
  • Sara Raza Khan and Sohail Haider for Mere Qatil Mere Dildar
    • Bilal Khan and Qurat-ul-Ain Balouch for Roshan Sitara
    • Bilal Khan for Mata-e-Jaan Hai Tu
    • Sanam Marvi for Sanjha
    • Rahat Fateh Ali Khan for Nadamat
    • Muhammad Ali for Maat

  • Fawad Afzal Khan and Mahira Khan for Humsafar
    • Mikaal Zulfiqar and Mahira Khan for Shehr-e-Zaat
    • Ahsan Khan and Mehwish Hayat for Mere Qatil Mere Dildar

Best Solo Artist Best Music Vedio
  • Shehzad Roy for Apne Ullo
    • Abbas Ali Khan for Per Mein Ruka Sa
    • Falak for Ijazat
    • Hadiqa Kiani for Jab say Tum
    • Farhan Saeed for Pee Jaon

  • Faakhir Mehmood for Bailiya
    • Ahsan Rahim for Aag
    • Usman Mukhtar
    • Falak for Ijazat
    • Hadiqa Kiani for Jab say Tum

Best Model Female Best Model Male
  • Ayyan Ali
    • Neha Ahmed
    • Rabia butt
    • Fouzia Aman
    • Nadia Ali
    • Amna Ilyas
    • Rabia Butt

  • Abbas Jafri
    • Muhammad
    • iffy
    • Athar ameen
    • Abdullah

Best Designer Women's Wear Best Designer Men's War
  • Nomi Ansari
    • Asifa and Nabeel
    • Ali Xeeshan
    • Fahad Mustafa
    • Nadia azwar

  • Deepak Perwani
    • Arsalan
    • Emran Rajput
    • Nauman arfeen
    • Zaheer abbas

lifetime Achievement Award Special Recognition to Pakistan Television (TV Stalwarts)
  • Moin Akhtar[9]

Award received by His Son and Presented By Bushra Ansari and Anwar Maqsood.
  • Nayyer kamal
  • zaheen tahira
  • Badar Khalil
  • Qazi Wajid
  • Qavi Khan
  • Talat Hussain
  • Munawer saeed
  • Anwar Maqsood
  • Shakeel
  • Abid Ali

Hum In Future

This is the Annual 1st Hum award from to on wards each year the ceremony will be held with new emerging talents and legends. the president of Hum Tv and chairmain Sahnaz Ramzi are all set to launch new program's and changing into Hum Awards for Next year.