|Directed by||Hrishikesh Mukherjee|
|Screenplay by||Nabendu Ghosh|
Novel: Mejh Didi|
Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay
Lyrics: Gopaldas Neeraj
Majhli Didi is a 1967 Bollywood film directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee, based on the Bengali language story, Mejdidi (Middle Sister) by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay, which was earlier filmed in Bengali in 1950 as Mejdidi. Majhli Didi stars Meena Kumari and Dharmendra.
Though the film didn't perform well at the Indian box office, it remains one of Hrishikesh Mukherjee's highly rated films. At the 16th Filmfare Awards, it won Best Screenplay Awards for Nabendu Ghosh and Best Art Direction, B&W for Ajit Banerjee. It was India's entry to the 41st Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film.
- Meena Kumari as Hemangini 'Hema'
- Dharmendra as Bipinchandra 'Bipin'
- Sachin as Kishan
- Lalita Pawar as Kadambini
- Leela Chitnis as Kishan's Mother
- Leela Mishra as Kishan's neighbor
- Asit Sen as Babunath, prosecuting lawyer
- Keshto Mukherjee as Bhola, Navin's employee
- Sarika as Uma, Hemangini's daughter
- Jalal Agha as Kamal
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