|Directed by||Mani Kaul|
|Produced by||Film Finance Corporation (NFDC)|
National Music Dance Centre
|Screenplay by||Mani Kaul|
|Based on||Duvidha by Vijaydan Detha|
|Edited by||Ravi Patnaik|
Duvidha is a 1973 ghost movie directed by Mani Kaul. The film stars Ravi Menon and Raisa Padamsee in lead roles. The film was critically acclaimed and won the director the National Film Award for Best Direction and Critics Award for Best film at the 1974 Filmfare Awards. This film was remade in 2005 as Paheli, starring Shahrukh Khan and Rani Mukherjee in the lead roles.
The film is set in rural Rajasthan. It is based on a story by Vijayadan Detha, which relates a popular folktale from Rajasthan about a merchant's son, Krishanlal (Ravi Menon), whose relationship with his young bride, Lachhi (Raisa Padamsee), is thwarted by his work and a ghost who falls in love with her, resulting in the ghost soon impersonating the husband.
- Raisa Padamsee as Lachhi
- Ravi Menon as Krishnalal, Merchant's Son
- Manohar Lalas
- Kana Ram
- Bhola Ram
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