The present study was performed to study the metabolic syndrome indicators in male cigarette smokers. The study was conducted on 100 male subjects. Demographic measurements such as height, weight, blood pressure, pulse, history of diabetes or any other major disease were taken of all the subjects. Blood samples were collected and blood serum was separated and run into chemistry analyzer. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) was applied on the parameters for the comparison of mean between three groups. The mean cholesterol level in non-smokers was 176.56±4.10 mg/dl while in light smokers and heavy smokers was 169.65±6.31 mg/dl and 180.65±4.70 mg/dl respectively, mean triglyceride level in non-smokers was 170.76±3.15 while in light and heavy smokers was 151.17±5.71 mg/dl and 173.42±7.79 mg/dl respectively. The mean HDL level in non-smokers was 44.0±0.34 mg/dl while in light and heavy smokers was 40.45±0.83 mg/dl and 40.85±0.65 mg/dl, mean value of LDL level in non-smokers was 98.50±3.96 mg/dl while in light and heavy smokers was 98.91±6.11 mg/dl and 105.08±4.61 mg/dl respectively. As the lipid profile was high in heavy smokers and they were at a higher risk of developing metabolic syndrome.