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Pride and Honour (2004)

Garv: Pride and Honour (original title)
An honest and decorated police officer is arrested on charges of mass murder and trapped in a corrupt political system, where he finds himself sinking in deep trouble.

Director:

Puneet Issar (as Punit Isarr)

Writer:

Anirudh Dhodapkar (dialogue)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Salman Khan ... ACP Arjun Ranavat
Shilpa Shetty Kundra ... Jannat (as Shilpa Shetty)
Arbaaz Khan ... Inspector Hyder Ali
Farida Jalal ... Mrs. Shakuntala Dixit
Amrish Puri ... Police Commssioner Samar Singh
Mohan Joshi ... Advocate Kulkarni
Govind Namdeo ... Kashinath Trivedi
Mukesh Rishi ... Zafar Supari
Shivaaji Satam ... Commissioner Yeshwant Pandey
Vijayendra Ghatge ... Chief Minister
Reshma Bombaywala Reshma Bombaywala
Rajpal Yadav ... 555 (informer)
Kulbhushan Kharbanda ... Judge
Anupam Kher ... Tyagi (lawyer)
Anant Jog ... Badri Tiwari
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Storyline

Crime has taken its toll heavily on Mumbai city; with the police force restricted by the norms of the law. Unable to witness this the police commissioner, Samar Singh decides to appeal to his superiors and seniors for permission to conduct a shoot at sight mission for all criminals. Thus Assistant Commissioner of Police Arjun Ranawat and his college Haider Ali Khan is assigned to head the crew as they go about bringing all criminals to justice. When the gangs are speculated this trigger international terrorist, Zafar Supari who takes help from a corrupt Minister Khashi Trevadi to put extreme pressure on Samar Singh. Soon Khashi Trevadi takes up the Chief Minister post forcing Samar Singh to tender his resignation with immediate effect. Then there is a show-down when inspector Haider Ali is murdered and is accused of having connection with the terrorists and ISI agents forcing Arjun to take a stand - but situations only frustrates him to the extent of revolting by murdering all corrupt... Written by gavin (racktoo@hotmail.com)

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Punit Issar's debut as director. See more »

Goofs

During the final fight between Arjun and Zafar, the sword is thrown away hastily. However, Arjun can be later seen picking up the same sword from a table near the bed. See more »

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Alternate Versions

The Indian theatrical release had to be cut before getting an A (adults only) rating. There were some audio cuts ('Adalat ko chakla', ' Chutiya', ' Aap ' referring to judge 'Gadhar hai' and some visual cuts (hitting the head with hammer 3 times). See more »

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Another example of an honest and dutiful policeman
19 October 2007 | by cybersupamSee all my reviews

Garv is a story of three brave, honest and dutiful cops Arjun Ranawat, Samar Singh and Haider Ali Khan. Samar Singh wants the state to be a crime free state with the help of encounter specialist Arjun Ranawat and Haider Ali's team force. But they can't help him because the powerful politician Kashinath Trivedi, Yeshwant Pandey etc. made the state corrupted by staying connected with the underworld don Zafar Supari. Salman's role as a serious encounter specialist Arjun Ranwat is a good ingredient of the movie. After a long long time Salman figured out himself in such a serious role with no-nonsense manner, which previously he made habit in David Dhawan's directions. He could have become a good role model for the entire policemen if the movie did better than a below average (as per box-office report) outcome. But Shilpa Shetty's role here seems out of requirement as she had no much role to impress the audience just than a bar dancer and later a housewife. Last but not the least, Garv walks in the same route to Sarfarosh but the carriage is not as strong and normal as the latter one.


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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

9 July 2004 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$160,839
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Dolby Digital

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2.35 : 1
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