|Directed by||Shankar Mukherjee|
|Produced by||Alankar Chitra|
|Edited by||Babu Lavande|
K. Asif Studios
|Distributed by||Alankar Chitra|
Trimurti Films Pvt. Ltd.
|November 21, 1975|
Faraar (Absconding) is a 1975 Bollywood crime film drama. The film is produced by Alankar Chitra and directed by Shanker Mukherjee. The film stars Sharmila Tagore, Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjeev Kumar, Sulochna, Sajjan, Agha and Bhagwan Dada. The music is by Kalyanji Anandji. The movie was remade in Malayalam by Priyadarshan as Parayanumvayya Parayathirikkanumvayya.
The film is based around a middle-class man, Rajesh (Bachchan) living with his sister. He is in love with a young woman, and he intends to marry her once he has found a potential husband to take care of his sister. However, one day the sister is raped and murdered and the police are unable to find any clues and it is left to Rajesh to find the murderers and avenge her death. He traces the murderer and kills him, and is therefore now on the run from the police himself. Rajesh abducts a child as a hostage and seeks refuge in a house only to later learn that the child is the son of his former lover, who is now married to a Police Inspector. Rajesh is torn in two — whether to release the child, or to use him to make an escape.
- Amitabh Bachchan as Rajesh (Raj)
- Sanjeev Kumar as Inspector Sanjay
- Sharmila Tagore as Mala / Asha
- Sulochana Latkar as Raj's Mother
- Rajan Haksar as Tarun Kumar
- D.K. Sapru as Defence Lawyer
- Bhagwan as the Constable
- Murad as the Police Commissioner
|1||"Humra Yeh Dil Jaani"||Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar|
|2||"Main Pyaasa Tum Sawan (Duet)"||Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar|
|3||"Main Pyaasa Tum Sawan (Male)"||Kishore Kumar|
|4||"Main Pyaasi Tum Sawan (Female)"||Lata Mangeshkar|
|5||"Yeh Zindagi Kya Hai"||Mukesh|
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