Satish Vyas (actor)

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Satish Vyas
Occupation Actor
Notable work
Toofan Aur Deeya (1956); Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke (1957)

Satish Vyas) is a former Indian actor in Hindi and Gujarati language films. [1]



He was best known as a child actor after his brilliant performance in V Shantaram’s Toofan Aur Deeya (1956) where the veteran actress Nanda made her debut as a leading lady. [2] [3] [4] This was followed by Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke (1957) which won the Prime Minister's Gold Medal for the Best Children's Film. [5]

He was seen as a lead actor in the 1968 Gujarati film Maadi Mane Kahewa De. [6]


1975Jogidas Khuman
1968Maadi Maane Kaheve De
1964Tere Dwaar Khada Bhagwan
1961Char Diwari
1961Matlabi Duniya
1959 Do Ustad
1957 Agra Road Bholu
1957 Hum Panchhi Ek Dal Ke Nandlal "Nandu"
1957Janam Janam Ke Phere: Alias Sati AnapurnaYoung Raghu
1956 Toofan Aur Deeya Sadanand

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