|Born||Sunder Shyam Chadda
February 20, 1920
|Died||April 25, 1951(aged 31)|
|Spouse(s)||Taj (m. 1940–51)|
|Children||Sahira Kazmi (daughter)
|Relatives||Rahat Kazmi (son-in-law)
Ali Kazmi (grandson)
Nida Kazmi (grand-daughter)
Sunder Shyam Chadda (20 February 1920–25 April 1951)  was a Hindi film actor of Pakistani and Indian origin. He began his career in 1942 and worked in various films until his death during the shoot of the 1951 film Shabistan.
He originally hailed from Sialkot but grew up in Rawalpindi. Shyam graduated from Gordon College in Rawalpindi. He was a close personal friend of Saadat Hasan Manto and was the inspiration of many of his stories. Even after partition their bond of friendship endured. One of his famous movies was Bazaar, released in 1949 where he starred with Nigar Sultana. He married a Muslim, Taji Mumtaz Qureshi with whom he had a daughter , Pakistani TV actress Sahira Kazmi, married to actor Rahat Kazmi, and a son named Shakir, a psychiatrist based in UK.
Shyam acted in many memorable: Mann kee jeet (1944), Majboor (1948), Dillagi (1949), Patanga (1949), Chandni Raat (1949), Meena Bazaar (1950) and Samadhi 1950).Shyam died on the set of the film Shabistan(1951) in 1951 after he fell off a horse. The film was completed with a stand-in and body double in his place.
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- Mishra, Vijay (2002). Bollywood Cinema. Routledge. pp. xiii. ISBN 978-0-415-93014-7.
- Mufti, Aamir (2007). Enlightenment in the Colony. Princeton University Press. p. 206. ISBN 978-0-691-05732-3.