Ferrari Ki Sawaari

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Ferrari Ki Sawaari

15 Jun, 2012
2 hrs 20 mins
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A little boy, Kayo (Ritvik Sahore) thinks of nothing but cricket. His father, Rusy (Sharman Joshi), thinks of nothing but his little boy.To fulfill his son`s dream of playing at Lords cricket ground, the honest and upright Rusy takes a reckless step.
He borrows a gleaming red Ferrari, just for one hour. The only trouble - he doesnt inform the car`s legendary owner, Sachin Tendulkar. A wild, breathless, bumpy ride begins. A naive Rusy must dodge bullets and bouncers for one unforgettable night, and play the role of a perfect father. Can he do it?
FerrariKiSawaari is a fun-filled story of small guys and their big dreams and how these dreams turn into a mad comedy of errors.
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A little boy dreams of nothing but cricket and his doting dad can go to any extent to make his son`s seemingly impossible dream come true. Even if it means stealing Tendulkar`s red-hot Ferrari for one day of his life. ...Read full review
When the grandfather does swallow his pride and approach his old friend-turned-foe for a loan you know he will get turned down. One more effort to get your tear glands flowing. Which is what Sharman does right through the second half. Too much mush. ...Read full review
Rustom Deboo (Sharman Joshi) is a RTO clerk living a modest life with his son, an aspiring cricketer, Kayoze (Ritwik Sahore) and an embittered father, mota papa (Boman Irani). He has to skillfully balance between the likes and dislikes of the two. There`s no doubt that he loves both he will go to any extent to fulfill his son`s desires to be a top class cricketer and at the same time see to it that he doesn`t hurt his father, who gets irritated even if someone`s watching the game! ...Read full review
Like the Munnabhai movies and 3 Idiots with which it shares its DNA, Ferrari Ki Sawaari is a well-intentioned film with its heart positioned firmly in the right place. And yet, this simple-minded tale about an ordinary family chasing an extraordinary dream never quite soars. ...Read full review



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