Indian Blog
Search India Hindi Movies
Cheap Tickets to India
Home                                                 Bollywood Hindi Movie Reviews - Garv
Categories
Amazing America
America
Android
Arts
Auto
Bollywood
Books
Box Office
Business
Cloud Computing
Cricket
Diaspora
Digital Media
Economy
English
Food
Foreign Movies
Gandhi
General
Health
Hollywood
Humor
Immigration
Incredible India
iPhone
IT Industry
Legal
Linux
Liquor
Malayalam
Microsoft
Music
NYC
Pakistan
People
Photography
Pictures
Politics
Religion
Reviews
Science
Smartphones
Sports
Startups
Tablets
Tamil Movies
Telugu Movies
Terrorism
Tourism
TV
Weird Stuff
Garv
(Scroll down to read the review)

New Bollywood Movies

2 States
Action Jackson
Bang Bang
Besharam
Boss
Bullett Raja
Chennai Express
Dhoom 3
Entertainment
Finding Fanny
Go Goa Gone
Gunday
Highway
Himmatwala
Humshakals
Jai Ho
Krrish 3
Lootera
Mardaani
PK
OUATIMD
Race 2
Raanjhanaa
Ram Leela
Singham Returns
Special 26
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani
Zanjeer

Other Movie Reviews
Hindi Movies
Hollywood Movies
Tamil Movies
Telugu Movies
Kannada Movies
Malayalam Movies

Garv
Reviewer's Summary - Pathetic

Language: Hindi
Year: 2004
Actors: Salman Khan, Arbaaz Khan, Shilpa Shetty, Farida Jalal, Amrish Puri, Kulbhushan Kharbanda
Witten & Directed by: Punit Issar
Producer: Prem Krishen, Sunil Mehta
Music: Sajid-Wajid, Anu Malik
Lyrics: Maya Govind, Dev Kohli, Shabbir Ahmed, Jalees Sherwani
Screenplay: Deepali, Punit Issar
Dialogs: Anirudh Dhapokar

To describe this crude and garish film as mediocre would be too charitable.

Arjun Ranawat (Salman Khan) is an upright Mumbai police officer who is constantly pushed to the limits of his tolerance by criminal elements in Mumbai. When the heat gets too much, the criminals turn the screws on their politician benefactors to get the cops off their back.

Things come to a head when the criminals bring their attacks to Arjun's family.

The film throws the spotlight on that most unique Indian invention in crime control - the so-called "Encounter" in which Indian police officers routinely kill allegedly bad guys in staged encounters.

The fighting scenes look downright ridiculous. As the night club crooner Jannat and Salman's amour, Shilpa Shetty has a limited role in this movie.

The songs are as bad as the rest of the movie. - Copyright SearchIndia.com.


About us    Advertise    Disclaimer    Privacy    © 2018, All Rights Reserved