"I think audiences are extremely mature. They are
ready to give you love and respect for any genre if you
make a film with a lot of conviction, love and faith. If
at any point any film has failed, it's not because the audience
has not got it, it is due to lack of good storytelling,"
In the industry for almost a decade and with more than
a dozen films in his kitty, the actor says that he has dabbled
in everything, from comedy to serious roles, and has managed
"to keep his journey interesting for himself".
"Sometimes the films don't work well, no matter how
hard you try. Sometimes you don't get it right. But in an
effort to keep it exciting and away from the usual, I am
in no hurry to make the audiences believe that I am capable
"I am going to take my time. Do the genres and characters
I like to do, but at the same time, it has to be with the
right script," he added.
Asked if he was excited or nervous about "Ferrari
Ki Sawaari", Sharman said it was a mixed feeling.
"I am very sad. I am almost going into a depression
now because my wonderful film and its journey is coming
to an end. The film is going to be out for the people now
on the 15th of June; so I am very happy and pleased about
"Ferrari Ki Sawaari", directed by debutant Rajesh
Mapuskar, is about a father's determination to fulfil his
son's wish, also stars Boman Irani.
After "Ferrari Ki Sawaari", Sharman will start
working for Tanuja Chandra's directorial project. Just like
"Ferrari...", this one will also be produced by
Vidhu Vinod Chopra.
The film's working title is said to be "Chitthiya"
and is supposedly based on a love triangle.