Sharman Joshi is in a happy space. His first film has a lead 'Ferrari Ki Sawaari' has opened to good reviews and has been appreciated by the audiences and critics. Soft spoken and always politically correct, Sharman has had a slow and steady rise. The actor has been a part of many box-office multi-starrers like '3 Idiots', 'Golmaal' , 'Rang De Basanti' to name a few. In a free-wheeling chat, Sharman tells us about the film and the pressure of starring in a solo film.
Excerpts from the interview
What inspired you to take up the project?
The first time I heard about 'Ferrari Ki Sawaari' was when Rajesh (Mapuskar) and I were working on '3 Idiots'. When I heard about the title, I went up to him and told him that the title of the film is very catchy. That's when he casually mentioned the plot and I loved it so much that I wanted to be a part of the film but other actors were being considered for the film at that time so I wasn't sure if I would make it. But after a year and half, IRead More »from 'Happy that this is my first solo'