Saath Saath Trailer

Saath Saath Trailer (1982)

04 March 1982 Comedy, Romance 145 mins

The story is about a simple man with high moral values. Avinash (Farookh Shekh) is a poor but self respected guy. His policy is to earn while you learn. He excels in his studies and wishes for an idealistic society to live in. He wants to change the world with truth and simplicity. Movie has beautiful Gazals from Jagjit Singh and Chitra Singh

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Rakesh Bedi

as Rakesh

Farooq Sheikh

as Avinash Verma

Neena Gupta

as Neena

Avtar Gill

as Avtar

A.K. Hangal

as Professor Chaudhary


as Mr. Gupta

Javed Khan

as Javed

Deepti Naval

as Gitanjali Gupta 'Geeta'

Yunus Parvez

as Jagat Murari

Satish Shah

as Satish Shah

Gita Siddharth

as Mrs Gupta (Voice)

Anjan Shrivastav

as Dr. B M Acharya

Helena Luke

as Helena Luke

Sudha Chopra

as Professor


Raman Kumar


Sunil Sharma

Sunil Sharma Cinematography

Balwant Dullat

Balwant Dullat Assistant Director

Jagmohan Anand

Jagmohan Anand Sound Recordist

International Releases Dates

India 04 March 1982

Production Companies

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