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Ferrari Ki Sawaari gets good reviews from film critics

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Director Rajesh Mapuskar's first directorial venture Ferrari Ki Sawaari starring Sharman Joshi, Boman Irani and Nilesh Divekar has received good reviews from the film critics. Interesting story, good characterisation, performances and music are the major attractions of the film, which has been rated 3.2 out of 5. Continue to read film critics' verdict.

Times of India - Gaurav Malani's Rating: 4

The narrative largely has a very pragmatic approach so it is somewhat surprising that the film opts for a very convenient end. Also Sharman Joshi's melodramatic outburst in the pre-climax doesn't gel with the screenplay's otherwise out-of-box thinking.

Oneindia - Nabanita's Rating: 4

Ferrari Ki Sawaari is worth-watching. It is a tribute to all the young budding players of the nation, who dream to grow up as India's second Master Blaster. Though the film is way too far from the stereotyped mirch masala movies, it would teach you to dream big and make it possible.

Bollywood Hungama - Taran Adarsh's Rating: 3.5

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!

Glamsham - Martin D'Souza's Rating: 3.5

FKS is a fun ride. Fathers too busy with their work to attend to their kids 'growing up' emotional needs will get an 'education'.

DNA - Zinnia Ray Chaudhuri's Rating: 3.5

All these factors (interesting storyline, sincere performance, music) 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.

Rediff - Preeti Arora's Rating: 2.5

Ferrari Ki Sawaari has its great moments but falls short of being a great film.

NDTV - Saibal Chatterjee's Rating: 2.5

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.

Yahoo - Kunal Guha's Rating: 2.5

A simple story told simply by characters who can't spell ‘complex' but manage to get you to sit up and empathize with them.

Koimoi's Rating: 2.5

What's Good: The heartfelt characterisations; the performances.

What's Bad: A few weak portions of the drama; the slow pace of the second half; the track of the Marathi leader which does not add much value.

Verdict: Ferrari Ki Sawaari is a well-intentioned drama which entertains in parts.

Topics: Ferrari Ki Sawaari, sharman joshi, boman irani, nilesh divekar, Rajesh Mapuskar
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