Deepika's Finding Fanny review

Deepikas Finding Fanny review

The much awaited Hinglish film Finding Fanny directed by Homi Adajania hit theatres on Friday. Before we tell you the reasons to watch or not watch the movie, let\'s take a look at the production crew.

The much awaited Hinglish film Finding Fanny directed by Homi Adajania hit theatres on Friday. Before we tell you the reasons to watch or not watch the movie, let's take a look at the production crew.

Directed by Homi Adajania
Produced by Dinesh Vijan
Written by Homi Adajania, Kersi Khambatta
Starring Naseeruddin Shah, Arjun Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Pankaj Kapur, Dimple Kapadia
Music by Mathias Duplessy, Sachin-Jigar
Cinematography Anil Mehta
Edited by Sreekar Prasad (Hindi) Nick Moore (English)
Production company Maddock Films
Distributed by Fox Star Studios
About the movie:
Finding Fanny revolves around five rather dysfunctional characters that live in the quaint sleepy village of Pocolim, nestled deep in the interiors of Goa, India. Pocolim is a village where pointless conversations are a way of life. Nothing ever really happens here and the people of Pocolim, well, they just exist. One night, the old postman Ferdie (Naseeruddin Shah), receives a letter that is slipped under his door.
He realizes that it is the letter he had written 46 years ago to the love of his life, Stefanie Fernandes (Anjali Patil), asking for her hand in marriage. To his utter shock, he discovers that it had never been delivered. All these years Ferdie has lived a life of melancholy and regret, believing that Stefanie had rejected him. He decides to find his beloved Fanny (as he fondly called her) and tell her the truth. Where would she be after 46 years? Dead? Happily married? Would she even remember him? Or is Stefanie Fernandes merely a figment of Ferdie’s imagination?
Four colorful characters from the village join the trip under random pretexts, though in actuality everyone wants a distraction from their mundane lives. A young virgin widow (Deepika Padukone), a bitter mechanic (Arjun Kapoor), a belligerent artist (Pankaj Kapur) and an obnoxious self-appointed “Lady” of Pocolim (Dimple Kapadia) join Ferdie as they experience various hilarious and moving events that change their lives forever.
A must watch for those looking for offbeat entertainment. Deepika has pulled off her role with ease.
Celebrity talk on Twitter:
Kalki Koechlin: I love how Homi makes quirky mainstream. Good night out watching #FindingFanny
Jackky Bhagnani: Just saw #FindingFanny and loved the film kudos to the director and all the actors!!!
Hrithik Roshan: Never experienced such laughs in sadness n such vacuums in joy. Finding fanny, u made me smile at the emptiness of life! Loved it!
Nargis Fakhri: "#FindingFanny #love #lost #found my goodness how I laughed n how my heart connected.Quirky funny beautiful! Uff I can watch 100 more times"
Sonam Kapoor: "Just saw finding fanny! What a quirky lovely film! Kudos to the whole cast &a special shout out to @homiadajania @arjunk26 @deepikapadukone"
Shraddha Kapoor: Just watched #FindingFanny & have just loooved it! Fully crack!!Amazing performances!! @homiadajania @arjunk26 @deepikapadukone Do.not.miss!
Rating: 3.5/5
Check out the trailer to get a peek into the movie...

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