‘Ferrari Ki Sawaari’ is steered to its destination thanks to the undying devotion of the two-and-a-half men, Sharman Joshi, Boman Irani and child actor Ritvik Sahore. Kayo (Ritvik Sahore) is a twelve year old who is lessoned in moral values by his ethically upright father Rustam (Sharman Joshi). So when a preoccupied Rustam accidentally jumps a red light with his son behind him on his rusty two-wheeler, Rustam goes through the pains of searching for a traffic policeman and handing him over the fine for his mistake. A gun-wielding corporator’s son’s wedding and the ubiquitous Sachin Tendulkar’s Ferrari, makes for an interesting watch. The corporator’s son, whose spineless character grows a spine during the course of the movie, demands the 560HP Ferrari as the vehicle he would be travelling in to go to the venue of his wedding. The wedding planner wants to hire the only such Ferrari in the country and ropes in Rustam to escort her plan to its destination. A madcap ride follows, and everybody gets entangled in this crazy comedy of errors. Boman Irani as Deboo/Motey Pappa, is, as always, impeccable. Ritvik Sahore, leaves his viewers thoroughly enthralled. The running time, however, is a tad too long at almost two and a half hours. As for the tepid moments, there thankfully aren’t many. A song or two could have been done away with. Vidya Balan’s ‘friendly appearance’ is likeable, not one that is capable of conjuring a tornado inside the theatres. ‘Ferrari Ki Sawaari’ comes across as mesmerising if the Dickensian footholds of reason and logic are dropped for some time. Ratings: Two cheers for ‘Ferrari Ki Sawaari’!