I will be striving for blockbuster films: Sharman Joshi

Produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, "Ferrari Ki Sawari" featured Sharman Joshi, Boman Irani and child actor Ritvik Sahore.

"I am member of a club that is here to make good cinema or striving towards making good cinema. It is a new club and it assures you that figures will come. That (figures) is secondary and that will happen, primary motive is to strive towards making good cinema," Sharman told PTI in an interview.

"We have seen a film like '3 Idiots' being the biggest blockbusters of the year. It is one of the best films. There will be no compromise on box office. But the primary agenda is to make good films. You make a good film you get love and affection from audiences and that will convert into numbers. or sure, I will be striving for blockbuster (film). I can give that assurance. But then we are all humans," he added.

Released on June 15, 'Ferrari Ki Sawari' had a low opening, but gradually the film picked up and did a business of Rs 25 crore worldwide.

Asked why the film did not pick up on day one, the 33-year-old actor said, "That was meant to be. That was expected. It is my first solo film and I do not have a box office standing. That was a ground reality and we are not shying away from that. Vidhu Vinod Chopra is completely aware of this; we were not expecting an opening." (More)

  

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I will be striving for blockbuster films: Sharman Joshi

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Produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, "Ferrari Ki Sawari" featured Sharman Joshi, Boman Irani and child actor Ritvik Sahore.

"I am member of a club that is here to make good cinema or striving towards making good cinema. It is a new club and it assures you that figures will come. That (figures) is secondary and that will happen, primary motive is to strive towards making good cinema," Sharman told PTI in an interview.

"We have seen a film like '3 Idiots' being the biggest blockbusters of the year. It is one of the best films. There will be no compromise on box office. But the primary agenda is to make good films. You make a good film you get love and affection from audiences and that will convert into numbers. or sure, I will be striving for blockbuster (film). I can give that assurance. But then we are all humans," he added.

Released on June 15, 'Ferrari Ki Sawari' had a low opening, but gradually the film picked up and did a business of Rs 25 crore worldwide.

Asked why the film did not pick up on day one, the 33-year-old actor said, "That was meant to be. That was expected. It is my first solo film and I do not have a box office standing. That was a ground reality and we are not shying away from that. Vidhu Vinod Chopra is completely aware of this; we were not expecting an opening." (More)

  

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I will be striving for blockbuster films: Sharman Joshi

Actor Sharman Joshi, who is basking in the glory of his recently released solo hero film "Ferrari Ki Sawari", says that even though he would strive for blockbuster films, his primary motive would be to be a part of good films as that would eventually reflect at the box office.

Produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, "Ferrari Ki Sawari" featured Sharman Joshi, Boman Irani and child actor Ritvik Sahore.

"I am member of a club that is here to make good cinema or striving towards making good cinema. It is a new club and it assures you that figures will come. That (figures) is secondary and that will happen, primary motive is to strive towards making good cinema," Sharman told PTI in an interview.

"We have seen a film like '3 Idiots' being the biggest blockbusters of the year. It is one of the best films. There will be no compromise on box office. But the primary agenda is to make good films. You make a good film you get love and affection from audiences and that will convert into numbers. or sure, I will be striving for blockbuster (film). I can give that assurance. But then we are all humans," he added.

Released on June 15, 'Ferrari Ki Sawari' had a low opening, but gradually the film picked up and did a business of Rs 25 crore worldwide.

Asked why the film did not pick up on day one, the 33-year-old actor said, "That was meant to be. That was expected. It is my first solo film and I do not have a box office standing. That was a ground reality and we are not shying away from that. Vidhu Vinod Chopra is completely aware of this; we were not expecting an opening." (More)

  
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