Review By: Komal Nahta
Ferrari Ki Sawaari comes from the prestigious banner of Vidhu Vinod Chopra productions. It is directed by debutante director Rajesh Mapuskar.
A young kid, Kayo (Ritwik 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 Lord's cricket ground, the honest and upright Rusy performs the first small act of dishonesty in his life. He borrows a gleaming red Ferrari. Just for one hour. The only trouble: He doesn't inform its legendary owner. A wild, breathless, bumpy ride begins.
The story of Ferrari Ki Sawaari is emotional especially the scenes between father (Sharman Joshi) and son (Ritwik Sahore). It has a heart wrenching climax but the comedy in the film falls flat. The Ferrari track looks like an add on and some of the scenes are slow making the film boring at places.
Sharman Joshi & Boman Irani are outstanding in the film. Master Ritwik Sahore is also very good. All the other actors lend able support. Rajesh Mapuskar comes out as a sensitive director with Ferrari Ki Sawaari. Music by Pritam is quite average. Tapas Relia's background score lends a lot to the emotional scenes in the film. Ferrari Ki Sawaari will be an average fair and will pick up with positive-word-of-mouth though the pick-up will be limited.