Sharman Joshi has already won the hearts of movie buffs with his funny college boy image in blockbusters like 3 Idiots and Rang De Basanti. But the B-Town star says that his upcoming film Ferrari Ki Sawaari will be a game changer for him in Bollywood. It is very special for him as it is his first solo project in a decade-old-career and he will be seen tackling the role of a father for the first time on-screen.
Talking to PTI, Sharman Joshi said, "This is possibly a dream role. It is a special film because it is my first solo film in such a big production house and it is going to be a game changer in terms of my commercial standing if it's accepted at the Box Office. But I don't work for Box Office only. I like to do a good film with consideration towards the Box Office."
Sharman Joshi is playing a middle class Parsi named Roosi, while actor Boman Irani appears as his father Behram. Talking about his role, the actor said, "I have never played a character so out of my skin. You have personal traits in every character but I have created a thick shield in front of this character, only if you look behind that shield you will see my personality. As an actor this is something I have craved for."
However, Ferrari Ki Sawaari, which is directed by debutante Rajesh Mapuskar, revolves around Roosi and his struggle to arrange for a huge sum of money to get his cricket enthusiast son Kayo play at Lords. Rajkumar Hirani has co-written script for the film, which is a Vidhu Vinod Chopra production. The movie is scheduled to release in theaters on June 15.