• Movie Review: Ferrari Ki Sawaari

    15th June 2012

    Director: Rajesh Mapuskar

    Cast: Sharman Joshi, Boman Irani, Ritwik Sahore

    Rating: 3.5/5

    Take a humorous and emotional ride with the Ferrari...

    An aspiring cricketer son Kayo (Ritwik Sahore) and his completely pessimist grandfather Deboo (Boman Irani). Rustam (Sharman Joshi) lives in a small world with a big dream that he and his son have seen together; to send Kayo to Lords, London, for cricket-training and finally get him into the Indian cricket team. The only hurdle in front of him is the 1.5 lac rupees that he has to collect for his son's trip. Here comes the 'Ferrari' into picture as the most unexpected and the best ever help. But with it, comes another grand adventure in the life of Rustam.

    Rajkumar Hirani's latest offer Ferrari Ki Sawaari is a must watch this season. The simple yet powerful storyline, the strong characters (even the supporting actors are commendable), and of course, the dashing and the dazzling red beauty Ferrari; the Vidhu-Raju magic has worked again.

    Sharman Joshi, as the simpleton and the clean hearted widower, becomes the show stealer of the movie with his stupendous performance. He perfectly fitted into the middle class family scenario wherein he is the only bread winner. He entirely carried the movie in the best way possible and he could finally say that this is his solo lead.

    Boman Irani, as the totally pessimist father who later turns out to be the soft hearted grandpa, showcased another of his commendable performances.

    Young Ritwik gave an impressive performance as the mature and understanding son, Kayo. Paresh Rawal shined in his small yet intense role.

    Director Rajesh Mapuskar did a great job by introducing a different story that actually moves you. The father-son relations between two different generations and the level of understanding, really grip you throughout the movie. Though certain scenes seem to be a little unwanted, they are soon overshadowed by the brillinat scenes later. Sachin Tendulkar's invisible importance in the movie is unavoidable.

    Though the music does not play much of an importance in the movie, it is enjoyable. You might even forget that Vidya had made a friendly appearance in the movie.

    Watch Ferrari Ki Sawaari for Sharman Joshi and his adventurous ride with the Ferrari.  

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