Satyam Shivam Sundaram (film) - Cast

Cast

  • Shashi Kapoor - Rajeev
  • Zeenat Aman - Roopa
  • Padmini kolhapure -Baby Roopa
  • Kanhaiyalal - Pandit Shyam Sunder
  • A. K. Hangal - Bansi, Rupa's uncle
  • Hari Shivdasani - Chief Engineer
  • David - Bade Babu
  • Leela Chitnis - Bade Babu's Wife
  • Sheetal - Champa
  • Baby Padmini - Young Rupa
  • Tun Tun - Fat Lady
  • Vishwa Mehra - Jai Singh
  • Subroto Mahapatra - Shastry, Rupa's prosfective father-in-law
  • Javed Khan - Shastry's Son

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