It was recently reported that after a long span of 18 years the Ferrari team had managed to get shooting permission at the University of Mumbai. The University is a 130-year-old magnificent heritage building and getting permission is quite a hard task and the University only agreed to grant permission after thoroughly scrutinising the scene.
Now close sources reveal that the FERRARI KI SAWAARI team had written a letter to the authorities to thank and appreciate them for their extended co-operation and support that helped them to complete their shoot successfully.
Interestingly, in response the officials requested if they could get Sharman Joshi, their lead actor, Rajkumar Hirani and Vinod Chopra to teach their students about Cinema.
Director Rajesh Mapuskar says, "It was extremely nice of the University officials to allow us to shoot in their premises, it was extremely important for the film. We wrote to thank them for their support and they wanted Vinod sir, Raju sir and Sharman to come and give a lecture on Cinema. Since both are traveling, we plan to co-ordinate the same and make sure it happens. It’s the least we can do for the courtesy extended."
We’re sure the students will have a good time listening to Sharman Joshi, Rajkumar Hirani and Vidhu Vinod Chopra.