Ferrari Ki Sawaari Movie Reviews


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  • Madhureeta Mukherjee

    4.0

    Madhureeta Mukherjee | Times of India

    Vroom! Vroom! It's time to go zoom! Rev up those engines and turn up that turbo firepower for a ride on '560 horses' (as the Ferrari's horsepower is cutely referred to in this squeaky clean, red metal enterprise). Made for all boys, who never really grow up, and all children who aspire to grow into the revered boots of cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar. And nothing is more aspirational than a sparkling red Ferrari - the exact same one owned by the Little Master himself
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  • Gaurav Malani

    4.0

    Gaurav Malani | Times of India

    Rajesh Mapuskar does succeed in extracting decent performances from the entire cast. Sharman Joshi, as an uncertain and shy guy with a constant smirk on his face that tries to hide his inner sorrows, skillfully underplays his part. Occasionally he seems too passive but is still likeable.
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  • Soumyadipta Banerjee

    3.5

    Soumyadipta Banerjee | In.com

    It usually happens on unusually long journeys. Suddenly, you realize that your mobile is not working. Now, you will ask me SO WHAT my phone is not working? How does it matter? If you think that it isn’t a big deal, try playing this game with me. Switch your phone off RIGHT NOW! Done? Now whatever happens, don’t look at that phone for three hours. Watch yourself after an hour. Aren’t you missing something? The usual glance at your phone screen every two minutes
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  • Zinnia Ray Chaudhuri

    3.5

    Zinnia Ray Chaudhuri | DNA India

    All these factors combined with a tear-jerker of an ending makes Ferrari Ki Sawaari a full family entertainment flick. It is a good way to spend your weekend and definitely your money’s worth.
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  • Taran Adarsh

    3.5

    Taran Adarsh | Bollywood Hungama

    On the whole, FERRARI KI SAWAARI is a noble film, a film that has its heart in the right place. It’s well-intended and sincere and it goes about its business with incredible earnestness. Of course, the film has its share of hiccups, but then all films do, right? But keeping the fault-finding apart, FERRARI KI SAWAARI is an accomplished effort. It’s that exceptional film that communicates a point and tells a sensitive story in those 2.10 hours. This heartwarming, tender and sprightly film should not be missed!
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  • BMS Editor

    3.5

    BMS Editor | bookmyshow

    The perfect Father’s Day gift! Director: Rajesh Mapuskar Cast & Crew: Sharman Joshi, Boman Irani and Ritwik Sahore Synopsis: A little boy......
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  • Sarit Ray

    3.0

    Sarit Ray | Hindustan Times

    Rustam Deboo (Sharman Joshi) is a man you might meet on the streets of Mumbai. He’s the modest Parsi with neatly side-parted hair and round glasses who wears the sudreh-kusti, rides a scooter to work and lives in an old house with an ageing father (Boman Irani as Deboo). He barely manages to make ends meet on the salary of a head clerk at the RTO, yet is honest to a fault — when he runs a red light without getting caught, he finds a cop
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  • Pratim D. Gupta

    3.0

    Pratim D. Gupta | The Telegraph

    The first teaser campaign of Ferrari Ki Sawaari had almost zero footage from the film. All it said, and in bold, big fonts, was that itwas from the makers of Lage Raho Munna Bhai and 3 Idiots. No, Vinod Chopra Films was not just promoting the hit bit, but also the fact that here comes another 18-reel celebration of goodness. Unadulterated, wholesome goodness. In fact, by the time this Ferrari crosses the chequered flag and each and every character
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  • Martin D'Souza

    3.0

    Martin D'Souza | Glamsham

    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. For the first 45 minutes Mapuskar, along with these three, takes you on a flaming ride. However, just before the interval, he hits a road bump. An exhaustive scene where the politician has second thoughts on wanting a Ferrari for his son's wedding gets a bit tedious
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  • Gaurav Malani

    3.0

    Gaurav Malani | Indiatimes

    Ferrari Ki Sawari is a simple rise-of-the-underdog story of a talented boy who dreams of making it big in the world of cricket. What makes the narrative interesting is its less-taken route (through a Ferrari) and the ensuing eventful journey. The slick sports car gives that additional momentum to the movie thereby ensuring a roller-coaster ride. Kayo (Ritvik Sahore) is just a school kid but plays cricket like a professional. Destiny gives him a chance
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  • Trisha Gupta

    3.0

    Trisha Gupta | Firstpost

    A coaching camp at Lords; a cricket-crazy little boy who’d give anything to go; a father who’d do anything to send him but doesn’t have the money; a grouchy grandfather who thinks his son is filling the child’s head with useless fantasies. Add to the mix a wedding planner called Babboo Didi, a goonda-politician, his stupid son and a Ferrari that must find its way to the stupid son’s wedding—and you have the ingredients of Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s new production
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  • Prateeksha Khot

    3.0

    Prateeksha Khot | Bollyspice

    Ferrari ki Sawaari assures an entertaining ride throughout although it is more bumpy than it should have been. Nevertheless, such clean, heart tugging movies are fewer to come by which is why I would ask you to not miss it. I am sure the kids will love this Sawaari!
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  • Ananya Bhattacharya

    3.0

    Ananya Bhattacharya | Zee News

    A film, which has childlike ambitions as its fulcrum, needs to be seen with the eyes of a child, they say. ‘Ferrari Ki Sawaari’ comes across as mesmerising if the Dickensian footholds of reason and logic are dropped for some time. As a film which has the game of cricket as its scaffolding and thriving ground, the usage of a car belonging to the iconic cricketer might not be a phenomenal tribute, but is quite laudable. The producer and director of the film – Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Rajesh Mapuskar, have successfully pulled off their offering to the God of Cricket.
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  • Rajeev Masand

    2.5

    Rajeev Masand | ibnlive.com

    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 dream never quite soars. It is a simple-minded tale about an ordinary family chasing an extraordinary dream never quite soars. Sharman Joshi is Rusy Deboo, a government clerk who’s honest to a fault
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  • Preeti Arora

    2.5

    Preeti Arora | rediff.com

    Ordinary people have simple dreams. And when they do aspire to lofty heights, they will leave no stone unturned to fulfill their fantasies. It's what we desis love. Cheering for our protagonist when he's down on his luck, holding our breath when he struggles to overcome the odds. Ferrari Ki Sawaari isn't something that was put together in a hurry because the actors were available. This was a tribute to all the young boys who spend countless hours, dreaming of the day
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  • Saibal Chatterjee

    2.5

    Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV Movies

    It is a tad difficult not to like a movie that celebrates the extraordinary dreams of ordinary folk. Why, then, does Ferrari Ki Sawaari feel like a less than perfect joyride? This competently crafted and well-intentioned cricket-themed film steers clear of many of commercial Hindi cinema’s narrative conventions – it sure gets full marks on that count – but succumbs to some of its most retreaded clichés. You might root for the young underdog and his honest-to-a-fault family
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  • Khalid Mohamed

    2.5

    Khalid Mohamed | The Asian Age

    Chweet, so sweet. Aapro Rusi cooks, cleans, tucks his son into bed, casts a loving glance at his cranky dad, and believe it or collapse, insists on paying a fine on scootering through a red traffic light. Fright. This figment of imagination can’t be real. Then, you, tell yourself oh-ho producer and co-writer Vidhu Vinod Chopra, with creative producer support from Rajkumar Hirani, and direction from Rajesh Mapuskar have set up a kind of Frank Capra-style of goody-goody land
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  • Koimoi Team

    2.5

    Koimoi Team | Koimoi

    Ferrari Ki Sawaari is about an honest, middle-class father’s effort to get his only child into a cricket training camp in London. Rusy (Sharman Joshi) is the head clerk at the regional transport office in Mumbai. He stays in a Parsi colony with Kayo (Ritvik Sahore), his young, school-going son, and Deboo (Boman Irani), his cranky, old father. Rusy practices complete honesty and teaches his son to emulate him. Kayo is a budding cricketer with lots of promise
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  • Khalid Mohamed

    2.5

    Khalid Mohamed | Deccan Chronicle

    Chweet, so sweet. Aapro Rusi cooks, cleans, tucks his son into bed, casts a loving glance at his cranky dad, and believe it or collapse, insists on paying a fine on scootering through a red traffic light. Fright. This figment of imagination can’t be real. Then, you, tell yourself oh-ho producer and co-writer Vidhu Vinod Chopra, with creative producer support from Rajkumar Hirani, and direction from Rajesh Mapuskar have set up a kind of Frank Capra-style of goody-goody land
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  • Kunal Guha

    2.5

    Kunal Guha | Yahoo

    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 multiplex ticket. No Bollywood A-listers, no comedy of errors where people get seriously injured, double meaning jokes- absent. And it doesn’t even have a story that’s compelling enough when you narrate it
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  • Shilpa Jamkhandikar

    2.5

    Shilpa Jamkhandikar | Reuters

    Towards the end of Rajesh Mapuskar’s “Ferrari Ki Sawaari“, as the protagonist and his son are re-united and embrace each other, cry and wipe the tears off each other’s cheeks, an onlooker hesitantly asks “aap jaldi karenge zara?” (would you please hurry up?). It might sound like an insensitive thing to say, but perhaps that is what someone should have said to Mapuskar as he went about making this film. Perhaps he might have restrained himself
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  • Saibal Chatterjee

    2.5

    Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV

    Ferrari Ki Sawaari is a thank you note to Sachin Tendulkar for inspiring a whole generation of young Indians to pick up the willow and knock the cricket ball around with intent. It would have made its point a lot better had it been as crisp as a Sachin cover drive or as heart-pounding as the thrill of a Ferrari at full throttle. It’s neither.
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  • Shubhra Gupta

    2.5

    Shubhra Gupta | Indian Express

    It’s not as if ‘Ferrari Ki Sawaari’ doesn’t have its points. I haven’t seen such a natural little boy in a Hindi film in a long time. Sahore gets being naughty and willful and wistful without lapsing into artifice, and that is all too rare in saccharine-coated Bolly kidsworld. The little by-plays on the field are fun, too. And despite the fact that Rusy is made out to be this altogether too-gentle character who is more wuss than anything else, Joshi makes him watchable. Also, why don’t we get to see Seema Bhargava more often? She is so good here, making her character zing. Which is what’s missing from ‘Ferrari’. It is nice, but bland.
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  • thomas.richard

    3.5

    Ride of enjoyment, emotions and Family bonding,,,

    thomas.richard, 6 years ago
    Super hit movie. I loved everything about this movie.
  • prakashreddy9

    3.5

    Simplicity Ki Sawari

    prakashreddy9, 6 years ago
    Super hit movie. I loved everything about this movie.
  • jeevan789

    3.0

    Preview: Will ‘Ferrari Ki Sawaari‘ be a good ride?

    jeevan789, 6 years ago
    This is nice movie. I liked it.

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