Mumbai: Sharman Joshi is set to turn a lecturer for a day. Officials at Mumbai University, where the film ‘Ferrari Ki Sawaari’ has been shot, have approached Sharman, Rajkumar Hirani and Vidhu Vinod Chopra take a class on cinema.
After a span of 18 years, it was the first time that a film has been shot in the university premises in lieu of which the ‘Ferrari Ki Sawaari’ bosses had written a letter to the authorities to thank them for their extended co-operation and support.
"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," director Rajesh Mapuskar said in a statement.
"Since they are travelling, we plan to co-ordinate the same and make sure it happens. It`s the least we can do for the courtesy extended," he added.