Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi - Cast

Cast

  • Kishore Kumar as Manmohan "Manu" Sharma
  • Ashok Kumar as Brijmohan Sharma
  • Anoop Kumar as Jagmohan "Jaggu" Sharma
  • Madhubala as Renu
  • K.N. Singh as Raja Hardayal Singh
  • Cukoo as Dancer/Singer
  • Helen as Dancer/Singer
  • Veena as Kamini
  • Mohan Choti as Maujiya
  • Sajjan as Prakashchand
  • Sahira as Sheela

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