Remember Hrishikesh mukherjee, Amol Palekar or Farooq shaikh’s movies??? Their movies were simple, sweet but yet different… Ferrari ki sawaari is an attempt to be in the same genre… let’s find out whether this attempt of VVC, Raju Hirani and Rajesh Mapuskar deserves to be in the same group….
The story of the movie revolves around a father, Rustom (Sharman Joshi), a son, Kayo (Ritwik Sahore), a Grandfather, Deboo (Boman Irani), cricket and Ferrari…
Kayo, 12 years old, is a fabulous batsman and got an opportunity to get trained at LORDS… but for that they need to pay a camp fee of rs. 1.5 lacs… Rustom, a head clerk at RTO doesn’t have that much of income… he tries for the loan but got failed… then he got an opportunity to earn this amount but for that, he has to manage a Ferrari for a day for a wedding of Local politician’s son… so will he be able to manage the Ferrari??? Will he get the money??? Will Kayo get to Lords for a camp??? Is rest of the movie….
The story seems to be very simple but the treatment to the story, screenplay and some good dialogues made the movie interesting… the director has surely shown his command in handling such a script…
Screenplay keeps the interest alive… and there is a huge list of good scenes in the movie…
First half goes pretty fast and has some enjoyable and touchable scenes too… like…
- Sharman mistakenly breaks a signal and searches for a traffic police to pay a fine.
- Sharman arranges the money to purchase a bat.
- Sharman and Boman’s conversation on Sharman’s new mobile.
- Sharman tells the story of his father’s cricket career to his son
- Boman advices Sharman to go and meet Sachin tendulkar.
- When Shaman gets ferrari’s key. And he takes off the Ferrari. And so many other scenes are the soul of the first half.
Second half starts quite well but it was stretched a bit. It also has some good scenes like…
- Match between Boman and Ritwik
- Conversation between Boman and Paresh Rawal
- Boman irani and Traffic constable and takes the Ferrari on toeing truck
- The selection committee’s meeting, where Sharman and Boman enter without permission
- Sharman Joshi’s speech on television.
The characterization and casting of the movie was very impressive. Boman, Sharman and Ritwik as Parsi family suited a lot in their roles.
Sharman Joshi as Rustom shows that he has a caliber; all he needs is some good scripts… Ritwik has also stands tall with Sharman Joshi and Boman Irani.
Boman Irani is one of the finest actors bollywood ever has and he has proved that once again with this film.
Paresh rawal was good in his cameo.
Rest supporting actors have also played a decent role.
The music of the movie is not too highlight-able. Mara re sixer and Ferrari ki sawaari are Ok. Mala Jaau de was good but not great. Background music is good.
So can we say, this Ferrari ki Sawaari is fun.
Ferrari ki Sawaari is a sweet simple but a different attempt made by the director, which has all the qualities to be considered as a good film.
This Ferrari ki Sawaari will definitely take you to the ride of enjoyment, emotions and bonding of relationship. So fasten your seat belts and enjoy this ride.
My ratings 3.5 / 5