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Seldom do films in India hope to impress the film critics and woo over the masses too. This drama produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra manages to do just that. A critically-acclaimed film, Ferrari Ki Sawaari did rake in the moolah at the box-office. Directed by Rajesh Mapuskar, this sports comedy has a simplistic charm to its credit. The film boasts of some foot-tapping melodies by Pritam.
A little boy Kayo (Kalpit Patil) eats, drinks and breathes cricket. For Rusy (Sharman Joshi), his son Kayo means the world to him. To fulfil his son's dream of playing at Lord's cricket ground, an otherwise honest Rusy indulges in an act of dishonesty - he borrows a luxurious red Ferrari, without informing the rightful owner of the car. What follows is a gasping, wild tale; a ride of a lifetime that weaves an amazing narrative involving the myriad shades of life with diverse characters.
Ferrari Ki Sawaari is a story of small guys and their big dreams, and how one night changes their lives forever.
|Year of Release||2012|
|Title||Ferrari Ki Sawaari|
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Dr Sanjay Bhagde
Aug 25, 2012
Ferrari Ki Sawaari: Two and a Half MenFerrari Ki Sawaari, while not revolutionary in any sphere (unless you count the lack of heroine which is unusual despite Vidya Balan’s unnecessary Lavani song) and was praised by most critics though nowadays I turn to social media and blogs for film reviews and not the mainstream media.
Dec 28, 2012
Simple and sweetIt has been a long time since we have seen some simple,meaningful movie which touches our heart.The acting of Sharman Joshi and Boman Irani was impeccable. I loved the attention given to the minutest details of the habits and life-style of the Parsi and the beautiful presentation. Good humor is like icing on the cake.