Government of India Zinadabad I think first time ever in the history of Indian cinema I have ever heard this word in non sarcastic way and with such cuteness that even listener will start feeling the proud on GOI. And the Movie which has done so is Ferrari ki sawari
movie is standing alone in theater on shoulders of 3 generation of males Bomen irani (Gran
dfather ) sharman joshi (Father Rusy (Rustam Deboo)) and Ritvik Sahore(Son). The movie has one invisible character too whose name has done all the acting in movie and that’s our Sachin tendulkar . He hardly has any appearance in movie but the Cricket God has major role to play in the movie and justifies the Indian saying of Bas naam hi kafi hai . Ferrari Ki Sawaari is Sharman Joshi’s first solo movie and to our surprise, his character in the film would make people sit and notice his calibre as an actor. Sharman plays a heart-warming and a lovable character, portraying his extraordinary acting skills. Zayo (Ritvik Sahore) is a brilliant discovery, who pl
ays more like a Junior Sachin Tendulkar. A brilliant player, who finally makes it happen to the Lords, stands tall as a young and budding talent of the industry. Boman Irani delivers a smashing performance as Rustam’s father. Irani plays a marvellous role and unarguably leaves a mark as a superb actor. What would make you love the film is that the other characters like Sachin’s lazy guard, his servant, the garage man (Samshu bhai), the wedding planner, the councillor’s son Pakya, wouldn’t go unnoticed. They leave a mark in the film for their respective colourful role and brilliant performances.
It has an unusual plot premise all right, but the connection between Sachin’s flaming-red Ferrari that is spirited away from its parking bay and taken on a merry spin across Mumbai and a young boy’s ambition to play at Lord’s and notch up 100 centuries for India is too far-fetched to be convincing. Still it is intelligent plot, that would make you sit and watch an ordinary man’s sky touching dreams and his earnest efforts to make it come true, at any cost. (AT least iam dam bored of the plots with 3 boys 6 girls or south Indian remakes) So for me it is fresh J even though predictable at times.
The movie is bundle of joy and simplicity and honesty we miss these days . The way each and every traffic rules are followed without missing a single step reminded me how many movements I actually don’t do while driving a two wheeler even with 4 wheeler.
Song by vidhya balan is simply inspired by song “mala jau dea na ghari asa vazle ki barah” and the only heroine appearance .Songs are OK at least they fit in movie but not as catchy as they could be . But then I have rarely seen music as a strength of Vidu Chopra’s movies
Directed by Rajesh Mapuskar
Produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra
Written by Rajesh Mapuskar & Vidhu Vinod Chopra
Starring Sharman Joshi, Boman Irani, Ritvik Sahore
Music by Pritam
Cinematography Sudhir Palsane
Editing by Deepa Bhatia & Rajkumar Hirani
Distributed by Vinod Chopra Productions
- The screenplay reveals its hands all too easily, and all too frequently. Once he receives the money, Rustam places the bundle of currency notes in the Ferrari’s glove-box. You instantly know he is going to leave the money behind. He does.
- A little later, he clambers back into the car to retrieve the money and you immediately know that the covered vehicle will be stowed away with a sweaty Rustam strapped to the driver’s seat. It is.
- In an important scene, Behram approaches his old back-stabbing teammate Dilip Dharamadhikari (Paresh Rawal in a cameo) for financial help – the two men are meeting after 38 years and the treacherous friend is now a powerful cricket administrator – and you know he will be turned away empty-handed. He is.
- And of course you know that little Kayoze, despite all the pitfalls in his path, will realize his dream of walking on the hallowed turf of the Lord’s cricket ground. He does.
Though at times if not with right set of people you may feel this is unrealistic but still it’s a cute movie you may or may not watch it in theatre but will leave you with lil optimism even on TV.
The lil message in movie what ever you see your parents doing you will not hesitate in doing so This paradox is created by Sharman and Ritvik Vis a Vis the Politician and his son
But I liked the movie 🙂 for lil Ritvik and innocence of all its characters we see them around.