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|Directed by||Ramesh Saigal|
|Produced by||Ramesh Saigal|
Rakesh lives with his widowed businessman dad Harkishanlal; elder brother Shyam, his wife, Kamla and their son. He attends college, does extremely well in his exams, and stands first with only one other candidate, who comes from a poor family. Rakesh also has a sweetheart in fellow-collegian, Geeta Sehgal, and both hope to get married soon. Rakesh introduces Geeta to Kamla, and gets instant approval. But there is something troubling Rakesh, he is appalled at the inequalities and injustices in this world, the power the rich have over the poor; why God remains a silent spectator in the light of atrocities, committed on his very own creations. Rakesh sets out to seek answers within his family, and is shunned. His dad and brother want him to lend a hand in their business, but Rakesh does not want any part in it as part of it is being run by black money, surrounded by hypocrites. He stops seeing Geeta, and when Kamla finds this out, she follows him one day and finds him with a group of half-naked, drug-induced hippies. When confronted, Rakesh's only explanation is that he will not marry Geeta as he does not want to get tied down and wants his freedom – what exactly is the freedom that Rakesh seeks – watch as he runs away from home to seek life's meanings along with newfound hippie friends.
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|Released||1 December 1975|
|Genre||Feature Film Soundtrack|
Music composed by Khayyam and lyrics by Kaifi Azmi.
|1||"Tu Hi Sagar Tu Hi Kinara" Part 1||Sulakshana Pandit & Vinod Sharma|
|2||"Dhan Tere Kaam Na Aayega"||Mukesh|
|4||"Zindagi Kya Hai"||Mahendra Kapoor|
|5||"Tu Hi Sagar Tu Hi Kinara" Part 2||Sulakshana Pandit||Khayyam|
|6||"Ghao Dil Ke"||Mahendra Kapoor||Khayyam|
|7||"Bhitar Bhitar Khaye Chalo"||Mukesh & Mahendra Kapoor|
Awards and nominationsEdit
- Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Sulakshana Pandit for the song "Tu Hi Sagar Tu Hi Kinara"
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