Sharman Joshi might not be the talk of tinsel town every day, but the boy surely knows how to leave a mark.
Since his debut in 1999, Sharman has done a variety of films. Though his films like Style or Excuse Me have been one of the “blink and you miss” kinds, Sharman has surely carved a niche for himself in the industry with movies like Godmother, Lajja and Life in a Metro. With brilliant performances in 3 Idiots and Rang De Basanti, Sharman Joshi has proved himself to be a brilliant and versatile actor. This is probably one of the reasons that VCF has chosen Sharman to be a part of their next Ferrari Ki Sawaari.
Capable of connecting with the audience on an emotional level, Sharman has done a commendable job in his portrayal of Raju Rastogi in the movie 3 Idiots. Movies with a social and cultural message have generally been portrayed well by actors who are more grounded and do not have a star appeal. Since all VCF movies fit the category, Sharman will do exceptionally well to provoke the raw feelings of the audience.
What wonders Sharman does in his next, Ferrari Ki Sawaari, under the VCF banner is yet to be seen. With his debut as a lead actor, we are waiting to see if Sharman Joshi holds the VCF flag high.