Movie: Ferrari Ki Sawaari
Cast: Boman Irani,Ritwik Shore, Sharman Joshi
Directed by: Rajesh Mapuskar
Ferrari Ki Sawaari spins around the aspirations of a young cricket star, his dream to make it big and his doting father’s struggle to make ends meet. Kayo the sportstar of his cricket club is selected for a cricket camp in London and his merit can only take him so far. So to make his son’s dream come true Rusy (Sharman Joshi) must attain a large sum of money, to perform this Herculean task he strides into a well known sports person’s house and ‘borrows’ his Ferrari for a few hours.
The plot further moves into how the moolah is raked in, and the car is misplaced; the rest is the run around for setting the wrongs right. As the movie reaches its climax it leaves the viewer feeling warm and fuzzy.The movie scores well in terms of acting, script, screenplay and casting but lacks lustre in the development of the plot.
Sharman Joshi has set a completely new benchmark in terms of portraying a fatherly figure in the film. An exceptional performance by Rithvik Sahore as Kayo. Boman Irani as the ever cynical grandfather of the Parsi family. One expects a lot from Vidhu Vinod Chopra and a Rajkumar Hirani combination since the Munnabhai movies, but Ferrari… needs a lot of work to be done.