No wonder, Ferrari Ki Sawaari has been created on several risk factors. The film doesn't have a superstar. Ferrari Ki Sawaari will be Sharman Joshi's first film as a solo protagonist. It narrates the story of a father's quest to fulfill his young son's dreams, hence the viewers might badly miss the romance and some matka jhatkas in the movie.
Ferrari Ki Sawaari has been directed by debutant Rajesh Mapuskar, who had earlier assisted on films like Munnbhai MBBS, Lage Raho Munnabhai and 3 Idiots. Hence, Mapuskar, being a first-timer, it might turn a big risk for the film as well. But, Vidhu Vinod Chopra believes in talent and good work, rather than name and fame of a filmmaker or an actor.
Moreover, many call the film as a "financial suicide" as it doesn't have a lead actress. But, Chopra believes that Ferrari Ki Sawaari is one of the finest film, that he has produced so far, with Sharman and Boman Irani delivering marvellous performances throughout the movie.
What would possibly work for the film is its unusual story of a father-son bonding. Sharman, playing a complete inspiration to his son and doing all possible things to keep the child happy. The story is definitely a heart-touching one, that would work well amongst the masses.
The Ferrari Ki Sawaari team feels that the selling point of the film will be its "freshness" that has now become a trademark of all Vidhu Vinod Chopra films.
Ferrari Ki Sawaari will be the first Indian film to be shot at the Lord's stadium in England. Hence, the craze to watch out the desi stars at the Mecca of cricket (Lords) is sure a selling point. Making Lords a possible thing in a Hindi movie, Vidhu Vinod Chopra has pulled off a rare feat.
Hence, keeping all positive and negative points aside, Ferrari Ki Sawaari is all set to release on June 15, 2012. Hence, do you think that the film would work wonders?