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Mumbai, June 15, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) Ferrari Ki Sawaari had its grand premiere last night, after which the cast was hounded with compliments for the movie. Produced by Mr. Chopra and directed by debutant Rajesh Mapuskar, “Ferrari Ki Sawaari” is the story of a father who is dedicated to help his 12-year-old son to achieve his dreams of being a cricketer. The movie is a joyful ride that is entertaining and simply irresistible and should be watched along with your family. Ferrari Ki Sawaari strikes that emotional chord which makes you forget the hustle bustle of daily life and changes the way you look at life.  It is apart from the norm and combines emotion beautifully along with cricket.

Sharman Joshi’s performance is heart-warming as the actor moves through an array of emotions with ease. The chemistry between father and son on screen appears too real to be doubted, little Ritwik is a young talented lad who is naturally expressive. Boman Irani has proved his versatility once again as an actor, he completely lives up to the expectation of the audiences. An unforgettable moment from the film is when Sharman tells young Kayo about his grandfather’s past victories and Kayo’s heart immediately melts.

Here are a few excerpts of what some critics thought of the film –

The Times of India, in its review, gave the film four stars, describing it as “feel-good cinema,” by saying “FERRARI KI SAWAARI is a noble film, a film that has its heart in the right place.”

Here is what film critic Taran Adarsh had to say, “It's that exceptional film that communicates a point and tells a sensitive story in those 2.10 hours”.

NDTV’s review by Saibal Chatterjee, describes the film as a “warm bear hug that eventually leaves you cold.”

Friday kick started very well for the movie, it is buzzing on all the online sites, Twitter is flooding with compliments about the movie and its success. Ferrari Ki Sawaari is all set to open up to large audiences in the coming weekend.