Ferrari Ki Sawaari runs into profit
Made at a budget of Rs.10 crore, including publicity and marketing, the film about father-son relationship has already recovered its cost.The film is doing extremely well in all our cinemas. Friday we had around 60 percent occupancy while Saturday-Sunday had over 80 percent occupancy,” Anant Verma, director and business head of DT Cinemas, told IANS.Produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, “Ferrari Ki Sawari” is Rajesh Mapuskar’s first directorial venture and hit the screens Friday.
Distributed by Vinod Chopra Productions, it also stars actor Boman Irani and introduces child artist Ritvik Sahore as Sharman’s on-screen son.Said Sanjay Ghai of Mukta Arts: “The film opened with 100 percent occupancy in Delhi multiplexes.”
On Friday, the film collected Rs.3.04 crore and the collections increased to Rs.4.5 crore on Saturday and on Sunday it was Rs.6.40 crore, making a total of almost Rs.14 crore.