Saaheb Trailer

Saaheb Trailer (1985)

31 January 1985

Saaheb is the youngest of the four brothers and son of Badri Prasad Sharma. The film shows the problems faced by a middle-class Sharma family and how Saaheb (Sunil Sharma), although unemployed, gives the biggest sacrifice for his family and donates his kidneys to raise money for his sister's wedding.

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Anil Kapoor

as Sunil Sharma / Saaheb

Utpal Dutt

as Badri Prasad Sharma

Rakhee Gulzar

as Sujata Sharma / Badi Bahu

Amrita Singh

as Natasha / Nikki

Deven Verma

as Pareshan

Satyen Kappu

as Natasha's father

Biswajeet Chatterjee

as Bade Bhaiya

Suresh Chatwal

as Mr Somnath (Football Coach)

Pinchoo Kapoor

as S P Sinha


Madan Joshi

Madan Joshi Dialogue

R M Valia

R M Valia Producer

P R Subedar

P R Subedar Cinematography

Bijoy Ghosh

Bijoy Ghosh Art Direction

P R Subedar

P R Subedar Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

India 31 January 1985

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