Comentários para Ferrari Ki Sawaari
Children will see Ferrari Ki Sawaari as a film which proves their dreams and ambitions are achievable.
Three actors play a stellar role in Rajesh Mapuskar's directorial debut, FERRARI KI SAWAARI - Boman Irani, Sharman Joshi and child artiste Ritvik Sahore, who is also making his debut.
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...
And that is the best that can be said about Ferrari Ki Sawaari. One or two brilliant moments, a handful of good moments but they don't come together to give us a great film.
Ferrari Ki Sawaari is about an honest, middle-class father (Sharman Joshi) who tries to get his only child (Ritvik Sahore) into a cricket training camp in London. Read the review for more.
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Films like these are rare. If you evaluate ‘Ferrari Ki Sawaari’ with the usual metrics set for comedies, it lacks everything that would get a film distributer to bounce his belly or seduce an audience member to shell a chunk of his weekend budget on a...
Ferrari Ki Sawaari takes us back to Planet Hirani, where even evil is basically nice. It's a world where the hero doggedly defines innocence and does a wrong turn only by chance.
As Sharman Joshi’s character Rustam cheers his son Kayo from stands while Kayo is hitting the cricket ball with the new bat which Rustam has bought after putting in all his savings, your heart goes to Rusy. Kayo could not hit the winning run...
The one extraordinary thing in their otherwise ho-hum life is Rustam’s son Kayo’s (Ritwik Sahore) talent for cricket. Of course, there are a million parents in this country who believe their boy is the next Sachin Tendulkar.
The title says it all. This is a film about a Ferrari and a boy who takes a very special sawaari in it. The boy is cricket-mad. The super-fast, super-luxe car belongs to the one and only Sachin. Can a film which has these ingredients — cricket, cars...
This is “Lage Raho Munnabhai” without Munna, though there are plenty of low brow Bhais’ zipping around in and out first-time director Rajesh Mapuskar’s blithe frames in search of that elusive feeling of innocence we seem to have lost in our cinema ever...
A little boy thinks of nothing but cricket. His father, Rusy, thinks of nothing but his little boy. To fulfill his son’s dream of playing at Lord’s cricket ground, the honest and upright Rusy performs the first small act of dishonesty in his life.