Political Satire and humor have emerged as significant components of Pakistan’s infotainment industry. This study explores the satire and Political humor industry in Pakistan, focusing on how satirists use their craft for dissenting and speaking truth to those in power. It also provides insight into their lived experiences and motivations while being associated with the craft. The research was conducted using qualitative research methodology that involved semi-structured interviews of famous satirists and satire producers in Pakistan. Following thematic analysis, the thesis identifies several major themes, including the definition of satire, satire as a form of dissent, satire for satirists themselves, the production of satire, and more. This study also contains a chronological history of satire and humor in Pakistan providing perspective into contemporary satire and tracing its roots from the pre-colonial times to the modern placement in the industry. Overall, this thesis project contributes to a better understanding of the craft of political humor and satire in Pakistan as it offers insight into the production of satire. The significance of this research cannot be overstated, as there is an evident lack of literature on the subject and this study will set the groundwork for future scholarship in this field, making it a crucial undertaking.