Kayoze Deboo (Ritwik Sahore), a school kid, is a budding cricketer. His extremely honest and straightforward father Rusy (Sharman Joshi) gives his all to fulfil the child's dreams. When the Kayoze qualifies for a training camp at Lords, an exercise that will cost a fortune, his grandfather (Boman Irani) dissuades Rusy from the endeavour.
FERRARI KI SAWARI REVIEW
India, the land of dreams, comes alive in the latest offering by producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra, whose Munnabhai movies reflected the aspirations of ordinary people. This is director Rajesh Mapuskar's first movie, and if he continues in this vein, he may become another Rajkumar Hirani, and that is something movie-goers will look forward to.
Ferrari Ki Sawaari is all about dreams. There is Kayoze a.k.a. Kayo (Ritvik Sahore), a 12-year-old who dreams of playing cricket at an international level. There is Rustom a.k.a. Rusy (Sharman Joshi), Kayo's father, who has the same dream - givi....