Subhani ba Yunus (1931–2006; born in Aurangabad, British India) was an accomplished Pakistani actor and television and radio personality whose distinct voice quality earned him a special place in Radio Pakistan. Younis was an Urdu-speaking Hyderabadi Muslim of Hadhrami Chaush descent. His claim to fame comes from Khwaja Moinuddin's stage plays, particularly Taleem-e-Balighan in which he played the role of a butcher.
His memorable plays were Lal Qilay Se Lalo Khait Tak, Mohammad Bin Qasim, Qisa Chahar Darwaish, Mirza Ghalib Bandar Road Par, Do Duni Panch, Khuda Ki Basti and Tanhaiyaan. His last play for PTV was Ba Adab Ba Mulahiza, after which he virtually retired from his acting career.
He died at the age of 75, after a long illness on Wednesday 30 May 2006 in Karachi at his residence PIB Colony.