Despite getting released after a massive hit like Rowdy Rathore, which is still running successfully across the country and has grossed over 120 crore till now, Sharman Joshi's first solo film Ferrari Ki Sawari has not only saved its face but also garnered about Rs 14 crore in the very first weekend. As the film was made at a small budget of Rs 10 crore, it has already recovered its cost and is expected to become a hit in the coming weekends. "The response was slightly lukewarm on Friday but it picked up on Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday we had over 70-72% occupancy and was much better on Sunday. We have had largely family audiences, with lots of kids," said Gautam Dutta, COO, PVR. According to Anant Verma, director and business head of DT Cinemas, "The film is doing extremely well in all our cinemas. Friday we had around 60% occupancy while Saturday-Sunday had over 80 percent occupancy". The Vidhu Vinod Chopra production venture may also be in a safer place in the coming weeks as the next two box office releases -- Teri Meri Kahaani and Gangs of Wasseypur -- are the films of entirely different genres and the feel good factor of the film, based on a fathers attempt to fulfill his sons ambition to be a great cricketer like Sachin Tendulkar, can lure the audiences to see the films.