Sharman Joshi and Boman Irani wave checkered flags during a photo shoot of Ferrari Ki Sawaari on Singapore's F1 track held as part of the ...
The actors pose with the Ferrari.
Boman Irani, producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra, director of the film Rajesh Mapuskar and Sharman Joshi pose together.
Sharman Joshi is making his debut as a lead actor with Ferrari Ki Sawaari.
Sharman Joshi, Rajesh Mapuskar, Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Boman Irani have fun during the photoshoot.
The film is written and produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra.
Ferrari Ki Sawari is directed by Rajesh Mapuskar.
The film is scheduled for June 15, 2012 release.
Sharman Joshi and Boman Irani starrer Ferrari Ki Sawari hits the theatres Friday and Aamir Khan hopes that the film does so well at the box office that it beats the success of their movie 3 Idiots.
"I am here to wish the entire team. I am sure they have made a good film and Sharman is a nice actor and our wishes are with them. We want everyone who watched 3 Idiots to watch Ferrari Ki Sawaari also. We wish that this film goes far beyond 3 Idiots," the 47-year-old said here Thursday at the premiere of the film.
Ferrari Ki Sawaari is Rajesh Mapuskar's directorial debut and has been produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra.
Rajkumar Hirani, who has edited the film, stated that the intention was to make a film for under Rs.100 crore.
"The film has not been made with the intention of crossing the Rs.100 crore mark. If that had been our intention, we would have been making at least one film a year. I take three years to make a film. If money was the intention, then every year we would have been making two films," said Hirani.
Ferrari Ki Sawaari tells the story of a father who will go to any length to fulfil his son's dream of becoming a cricketer.