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The much promised eccentricity doesn't live throughout and you slowly lose interest in characters in this character-centric film. Yet worth a watch for the performances even if some are caricatures.Read more
How delightfully, exciting is Findin Fanny's trailer! It's quirky, it's funny, it seems to be building up to a philosophical purpose and not just from a plot point of view. The search for Fanny seems to be more interesting because it feels like it is to go beyond what seems obvious and will lead to something metaphorical.
That said, there is a huge flavor of Matru Ki Bijli Ka Mandola to it. And that one turned out a little disappointing with the quirks going haywire.
The said trailer also has a couple of avoidable moments of supposed comedy. That's not too encouraging. Then, you are reminded thatFinding Fanny is by the director of Cocktail which had its own bag of worms. Fortunately, Homi Adajania also directed Being Cyrus which gained brownie points just for being so different. It does come across though, thatFinding Fanny is the film about finding love that the director wanted to make with Cocktail.
Anyhow, given this bunch of actors, we don't really need any other reason to look forward to the film. If we end up being disappointed it is going to be for want of proper story or execution and not for lack of talent. After a long while though, my hopes are really up for a film.
- meeta, a part of the audience
A film that starts with a voiceover, however lovely the voice and what it has to say, feels likes a cop out. Save for a couple of times, I have felt that the voiceover is just an escape from having to show us the characters, instead you are just told about them. Almost, as if you were reading out the character wikipedia entry. Finding Fanny warms up after this initial put-off, only to set into a routine very soon. From then on it is flat, if not a ride on a downward slope.
When the ride starts and the film gets into second gear I loved how enterprising Angie (Deepika Padukone) is in getting the other characters join the road-trip to find Freddie's (Naseeruddin Shah) love Fanny. She has each one of them believe it was their decision to make them do what she wants them to do. The means and the end are equally quirky. But, then that is the peak of the eccentricity. After this point the craziness is either too forced (a la a caricatured Vladimir) or too flat.
This is a shame because individually the characters are uniquely funny. The humor is dark and it plays out quite well. Yes, of course, each one of the characters is a caricature, some more so than the others, yet they are entertaining and engaging. Savio (Arjun Kapoor) the most normal of them all, is also the flattest character - maybe because he is normal. His outburst though comes out of nowhere. But in this crazy bunch, he brings a bit of a balance along with Angie.
Angie is sweet, composed and a romantic. At the same time she is creative and gives a whiff that if she has made up her mind, she can get what she wants. This is why, her character's arch seems to be a little too out there. Given that she has the confidence of getting away with anything, it is a mystery why she waited so long for what was playing on her mind.
Her strong-headed mother-in-law, Rosie (Dimple Kapadia) on the other hand is the coconut of the group - hard on the outside hiding a soft inner self, but feeling empty deep within. Now see, herein lies the biggest flaw of the film. This thing that Rosie is empty deep within, is not something that I deduced because of what went on in the film, it is because another character spells it out. Again, out of nowhere.
That character being Pedro (Pankaj Kapoor). Easily the quirkiest of them all, Pedro is shallow and openly so. His pervert eye is omnipresent in the film and uncomfortable, even though deep down you know he won't be causing too much harm. It is a bit of a shocker when he makes an insightful observation of another character then. I'm not saying people who are overtly shallow are incapable of making deeper inferences. It's just that when the remark comes, not only is it over-dramatic which makes it out of place in this otherwise non-dramatic film, but it also comes out of nowhere.
Do you see, the trend here. The way the characters behave towards the end are very uncharacteristic of the way they have been defined for us till then. It almost made me feel like the end was written before everything else and everything else that came before was a means to that end. For a film that seemed to be about enjoying the journey this is too much of a mismatch. I am all for characters behaving out of character, but I feel left-out and thus uninterested if I am not in on what brought about the deviation?
The only consistent character then is that of Freddie whose quest is at the center of the film. His quest for finding his love. The beauty of his search is that it's not with the intention of wanting reciprocation. He just wants his feelings known. Unfortunately, the way the quest ends is such a bummer then.
Yes, Finding Fanny is more about these characters than it is about the story itself. Which is why each of these characters needed a little more to them than just an initial character sketch. A little more detail, a little more backstory.
Thankfully, the characters had brilliant actors to play them out. I doubt there is any other word that would describe him other than "sulky" - which might be the one-word brief he got from the director; which is what he portrays very well and consistently by sulking.
Deepika Padukone plays Angie the reason for Savio's sulk. She is very aware of her affect on him and uses it too. There was this glimpse of what a wonderful actor she can be in Love Aaj Kal. Finding Fanny allows her to show us that through the film and she makes the most of it. She uses her eyes to convey it all.
A complain that is held against the character, Rosie, but can never be held against the actor that plays her Dimple Kapadia. As gorgeous as ever, padded hips notwithstanding, the lady stumps me every time I see her on screen with how well she makes me forget the actor that's playing it. And I could and would use the exact same words to describe Naseeruddin Shah's portrayal of Freddie.
The only one who stuck out for me as an over-done is Pankaj Kapoor. I am sure that was on the director's command. But, he sticks out like a sore thumb with the exaggerated portrayal of his character's craziness. Sure, he's done it well, but wouldn't the challenge have been a better one to underplay that zany character to fit in with the rest of the film?
A word on the Goan atmosphere and language before I close - it really worked for me. So did the background music, even if it were too loud at times. It would indeed have been nice to experiment with a few scenes, especially the romantic ones, without any music. Another film, maybe. Once again something that sticks out as forced.
Which can be said about the film's summary that Angie spells out for us in the end. Such a clean-cut, sliced and diced ending is not what a dark humored film like this one deserves. Even so, it is nice to have a change of pace and scenery from the typical Hindi film. Always welcome.
- meeta, a part of the audience
Thumbs up, by Nikhil Kumar, Apun Ka Choice : ...Finding Fanny unspools at its own sweet time, much like life would in a languid Goan village. The film gives a wide birth to clichés and relishes in character idiosyncrasies. If there is a truly ‘different’ film that has come from Bollywood in 2014, this is it. Finding Fanny is a whiff of freshness. Finding Fanny unspools at its own sweet time, much like life would in a languid Goan village. The film gives a wide birth to clichés and relishes in character idiosyncrasies. If there is a truly ‘different’ film that has come from Bollywood in 2014, this is it. Finding Fanny is a whiff of freshness. ... full review
Thumbs up, by Namrata Thakker, Bollywood Life : ...Very rare a film comes which isn’t Hindi, has no melodrama, is off-beat, has established actors and has a simple yet meaningful script. Finding Fanny is one of them. Like me, if you love watching movies no matter what the genre is, then do catch this film. But not with your parents!... full review
Thumbs up, Daily Bhaskar : ...If you like to watch offbeat cinema, and you loved Lunch Box and Ship of Theseus, then Finding Fanny is your treat for the weekend. But the lovers of a typical Bollywood masala film should give it a miss. ... full review
Thumbs up, by Sushmita Murthy, Deccan Chronicle : ...The film is beautifully shot and boasts of some very scenic captures. Underplayed, effortless performances, smooth dialogues and a rich script that offers strong yet fleeting answers to some of life’s existential questions, make this film worth a watch.... full review
Thumbs up, by Devesh Sharma, Filmfare : ...After Being Cyrus and Cocktail, director Homi Adajania has seemingly hit his stride. The cinematography by Anil Mehta is world-class and so is the music by Mathias Duplessy and Sachin-Jigar. Go watch the film for its wealth of quirky characters dealing with everyday crisis and emerging richer in the process. It will surely put a smile to your face, if nothing else…... full review
Thumbs up, by Sweta Kaushal, Hindustan Times : ...If Bollywood entertainment masala or love story is what you seek, Finding Fanny is certainly not your pick. If you are up for a slow, light-hearted take on life, love and their philosophies, book your tickets NOW. ... full review
Thumbs up, by Vinayak chakravorty, india today : ...A strictly personal suggestion: Watch Finding Fanny in its English version rather than the Hindi one. The punchlines would seem sharper. It would also let you understand why the naughty pun about the film's title is not a cheap trick. Although never openly explained, the English version leaves behind a merry wink over that bit.... full review
Thumbs up, by Rohit Khilnani , india today : ...With Being Cyrus, Cocktail and now Finding Fanny Homi Adajania's filmography is quite a cocktail. To pull this off and make it entertaining is not easy, but it's clear he is an extremely talented filmmaker. If you are up for watching something different then go and watch Finding Fanny, you won't be disappointed... full review
Thumbs up, Indicine : ...Finding Fanny won't set boxoffice on the fire like the last flims of Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor. But, it will find its own audience in the high end and premium multiplexes.... full review
Thumbs up, by Mohar Basu, koimoi : ...Finding Fanny isn’t much about quirk as much as it is about discoveries and revelations. Despite the ending being on the disappointing side and the threadbare plot, it is the magnificent Performances that creates a certain kinship with its audiences. It doesn’t play on the stereotype and is neither some path breaking film but I came out with a good experience, a few well intended laughs and some wonderful Performances. Don’t miss this. If you have the patience to unravel a treasure, Finding Fanny has one in hold for you. I am going with 4 stars.... full review
Thumbs up, by Shubha Shetty Saha, MiD DAY : ...Imagine spending a night in a shack on a beach in Goa, drinking your poison and sharing mad jokes with friends all night. Watch this one for a slice of that kind of experience.... full review
Thumbs up, by Divya Solgama, MoviezADDA : ...Dum? The movie has all the dum required for a sweet feel good film and does full justice to the genre and the niche audience attached to it. Masala film lovers might shy away from this film as it might be too bland for their appetite. But for all others who love feel good films, this movie refreshes you with its unique theme and narrative style and helps finding the long lost cinematic simplicity in our Hindi cinema.... full review
Thumbs up, by Shubha Shetty Saha, NDTV : ...Anil Mehta's beautiful cinematography adds to the film. The best thing about this screwball comedy is that Homi Adajania has evidently made it purely for the fun of it and not as a desperate bid to play to the gallery. Imagine spending a night in a shack on a beach in Goa, drinking your poison and sharing mad jokes with friends all night. Watch this one for a slice of that kind of experience.... full review
Thumbs up, by Noyon Jyoti Parasara , Now Running.com : ...As mentioned earlier, you may not be wowed by the story. Yet, Finding Fanny leaves you with a happy feeling. It is charmingly off-beat and yet mainstream. As you walk out, you would have much more on your mind apart from the delightful end-credit tune. Finding Fanny urges you to make a move if you want to find your love. I urge you to watch go to the theater and watch the film for sure. Just one advice - try catch the English version. Hindi is fine too but just not the language it is shot in.... full review
Thumbs up, by Anish Mohanty , Planet Bollywood : ...The film has been made in English and dubbed in Hindi. It must be mentioned that the English dialogues are very simple and hence, would be understood by a large chunk of people. You would have no problem in understanding the Konkani dialogues as subtitles have been provided. Finding Fanny has been made for a niche audience and it does not disappoint. The fact that it has been dubbed in Hindi will help it reach out to a wider audience.... full review
Thumbs up, by Sukanya Verma., Rediff : ...Finding Fanny is a fine blend of soulful musings and nuanced filmmaking. And I welcome this clutter breaking space, the First Lady of Pocolim and the Casanova of Konkon with all my heart... full review
Thumbs up, by Raja Sen, Rediff : ...Drink it all in, and order seconds as you would at Mondegar, without worrying about the cheque. Because -- as we ought learn from Don Pedro -- sometimes we just need a new drink in a marvelous old bottle.... full review
Thumbs up, by Sonia Chopra, Sify Movies : ...Co-writer and director Homi Adajania has redeemed himself after the deeply regressive Cocktail. Adajania brings in an arresting story, great atmospherics, and memorable character superbly acted by the cast. All this with a sprinkling of some deliciously wicked humour. This little, big film is all heart. You shouldn’t miss it!... full review
Thumbs up, by Srijana Mitra Das,, Times of India : ...Finding Fanny sails on the fresh breeze of Deepika's smooth performance, her lonely Angie happy, yet tremblingly vulnerable. Naseer as bumbling, fumbling Ferdie is the perfect foil to the luminous ladies - he recalls a desi Mr. Bean, showing just enough spark to sidestep being a has-been.... full review
Thumbs up, by Gayatri Sankar, Zee News : ...‘Finding Fanny’ is fun-filled because it’s all about looking for what you need, what you want. It helps you find humour even in grief. But in the end, it’s all about finding love.... full review
So-So, Bollywood Hungama : ...On the whole, it is commendable on the part of Fox and Dinesh Vijan to have diligently backed this project. With a big name like Deepika Padukone getting associated with this film and then Arjun Kapoor (scoring well at the Box Office) bringing in eye balls too, FINDING FANNY has enough curiosity around it. If you're tired of the nonsensical fare doled out by Bollywood week after week and have a palate for Unusual-Entertainment, then FINDING FANNY will fill your heart with joy... full review
So-So, by Deepa Gahlot, cinemaah : ...None of the actors get the Goan accent right, but they play their parts well—particularly Dimple Kapadia, who brings out the pathos and absurdity of Rosie, without once hitting the wrong note.... full review
So-So, by Raajiv Masand, IBN Live : ...Set in a world that feels entirely authentic, Finding Fanny is a charming film that starts off slowly but draws you into its drama. At a crisp 105 minutes, it's a perfectly satisfying watch unlike so many disposable comedies today... full review
So-So, by Koel Purie , india today : ...The film, however, glides over it without delving deep, perhaps a conscious decision to steer clear of Hindi movie melodrama that just went too far for me. The balance is off. The result - I went along on the ride but I just didn't care enough about the passengers. For that, with a heavy heart (because I would have preferred to give such a gutsy quirky film an all star rating), I am giving it 3 eccentric stars. ... full review
So-So, by Joginder Tuteja, Movie Talkies : ...Though for even those hunting for a quirky narrative there are occasional moments of sheer fun, the film does well for that segment of audience who like to see hardcore Bollywood stars in a set up like this.... full review
So-So, by Namrata Joshi, Outlook India : ...Finding Fanny is all about lost love. Its characters may seem a bizarre bunch, but their search for love is conventional. In fact, it’s the seemingly ‘normal’ Angie who, perhaps, is the most out-of-the-box when it eventually comes to seeking out and embracing love. It’s this sense of whimsicality and romance within the absurd and a simultaneous assertion of the ludicrosity of romance that I found most interesting. However, instead of dwelling more on this delicious dichotomy, the film goes deliberately overboard on the kinkiness and becomes over-indulgent with the loudness and farce. It entertained while it lasted but hasn’t stayed on with me for long. Finding Fanny is all about lost love. Its characters may seem a bizarre bunch, but their search for love is conventional. In fact, it’s the seemingly ‘normal’ Angie who, perhaps, is the most out-of-the-box when it eventually comes to seeking out and embracing love. It’s this sense of whimsicality and romance within the absurd and a simultaneous assertion of the ludicrosity of romance that I found most interesting. However, instead of dwelling more on this delicious dichotomy, the film goes deliberately overboard on the kinkiness and becomes over-indulgent with the loudness and farce. It entertained while it lasted but hasn’t stayed on with me for long. ... full review
So-So, by ANUJ KUMAR, The Hindu : ...Playing an irresistible dame who will say sorry before slaying, Deepika takes off the fineries of Bollywood and you can sense the freedom from baggage in her performance. Arjun shows restraint with his scowls and for once sounds genuine in his anguish. Kapur doesn’t allow the flamboyant Don Podro to go over the top but it is Dimple who lends scars to this otherwise pretty-faced film as the lady whose fragile ego and frantic disposition often lead to funny results. Things get untangled rather easily towards the end making one feel that Homi hasn’t paid heed to don Podro’s advice – ‘In art there is no compromise.’ Still there are many reasons to get lost!... full review
Thumbs down, by Anna MM Vetticad, annavetticadgoes2themovies : ...Fanny” is used by Indian English speakers as slang for the bottom. In some places though, it mean a woman’s genitals. Adajania’s overt reason for using the word in the title is the search for Ferdie’s lady love. However, he seems to be having a chuckle with this naming game, playing simultaneously on Angie’s and possibly Freddie’s virginity, Rosie’s expansive buttocks and Pedro’s paintings of grotesquely voluptuous women reminiscent of the legendary Goan painter Francis Newton Souza’s canvases and to a lesser extent, Goan cartoonist Mario Miranda’s buxom ladies. Errr… So who exactly is “finding fanny” in this story? Now if only the film was as substantial as Rosie’s derriere or had as much depth as the connotations of its name... full review
Thumbs down, by Baradwaj Rangan, Blogical Conclusion, The New Sunday Express : ...Slowly, we realize that Fanny is less a character than a metaphor, and that the trip is really an excuse to shake these people out of the inertia they’ve settled into. Maybe I should have taken the trip, given the inertia that settled over me after a while. None of the actors really convinced me that this was a journey worth taking. The senior performers are fine, if a tad too pleased with their craft, but younger actors like Arjun Kapoor and Anand Tiwari are underwhelming – there’s not a note of newness in anything they do. As for Deepika Padukone, she’s become a relaxed presence on screen – but she’s also become so luminous that she blots out everything around her. She may have gotten to the point, like Elizabeth Taylor in the 1960s, where she cannot play ordinary people anymore. The fact that we’re supposed to accept her as a lonely, sexless widow may be the film’s best joke.... full review
Thumbs down, by VN Prasad, FirstPost : ...If you’re among those who feel that prettiness and dialogues spoken in English are reason enough to forgive the absence of basics like a story, motivation and nuance in characters, then Finding Fanny is up your alley. Just don’t labour under the illusion that you’ve watched a good film. Adajania has proved with Finding Fanny that rather than being cool and offbeat, he’s actually just a chip off the old Bollywood block.... full review
Thumbs down, by Johnson Thomas, Free Press Journal : ...Quirky for quirk’s sake is pointless. This is a facetious attempt at quirky satire, much like Vishal Bharadwaj’s ‘Matru ki Bijli ka mandola’ – the characters are interesting and at times even entertaining for a bit, but they don’t add up to anything substantial or worthwhile. There’s no ‘take home’ from this!... full review
zia2805ojt: I would like to see Finding Fanny tommorrow . Heard it is reall funny and fantastic movie!!! @deepikapadukone
zalicamacho: Finding Fanny is jus so amazing! Simple & hilarious...! No over-acting by any of them... 10/10 from me!
zainabk96075355: OK so I watched finding fanny and you were amazing as always different look I love it ! @arjunk26 @deepikapadukone http://twitter.com/zainabk96075355/status/510907660040818688/photo/1
vbollywood: Pack your bags to go on this road trip along with the odd five characters.... #Finding Fanny, a must watch! - http://www.vbollywood.com/2014/09/movie-review-finding-fanny/
Tapasvi63: Watched finding fanny pucca maaka pao experience. Fun movie
SupraMario: Finding Fanny: Beautifully shot and has some lovely moments. However, some parts feel a little underwritten (esp Pankaj Kapur's character).
starneelima: just saw 'Finding Fanny'...wat a lovely journey with super talented cast @homiadajania @meanjali_patil you were soo cute..Kudos Team Fanny
shomkuntal: The fresh cinema movie. ... Finding fanny Arjun and deepika was awesome ... Both are doing good work
Shivanii_S: Ngl finding fanny was funny.
shamima1985: Finding Fanny was a cute and endearing watch. Smiling from start till finish. Tang from Dubai anyone?
sarsij: Finding Fanny ... A wonderfully simple movie you cant help but end up loving it. Strongly recommending it :)
salesswala: Not many has a director who takes away all the laures hats off to homi adjania«@drmalvika6 Finding Fanny is an AWESOME movie.✌»
rxrohit_23: Just saw finding fanny. Excellent! #findingFanny
rohit_mavle: Homi Adjania nails it with Finding Fanny ✌ A very diffetent and unusual yet a beautiful story
rmehra89: People die, Love doesn't.. - Finding Fanny Simple movie, told simply.. Must watch...!! :) :)
rkumar68205155: finding fanny a rare treat by artistes confirming old is gold as nasseruddin,pankaj,dimple excel
Riadesouza03: Just watched Finding Fanny , and it was Fanny-ing good. @deepikapadukone you were spectacular as always
Rajais: Finding fanny: good selection of artists, music, dop, editing. Something different than the regular clichéd cinema
raj_ab: Finding Fanny was quite entertaining. Refreshing. Made me wish I was in Goa though.
raikargayatri: Just watched finding fanny.. kickass movie!! Although they could work more on the konkani language
psemophile: Finding Fanny is a pretty good film. I found it sorta similar in tone to the films of Jean Pierre Jeunet. Pankaj Kapur is fantastic.
priwillkill: Finding Fanny, hatke movie after a long time.great comic timing by pankaj kapoor. Must watch movie!
PreranaPal: "Finding Fanny"Very simple storyline,many high laughter moments, leaves a smile on your face even when you leave the theatre .#FindingFanny
PrajotJoshi: Hey @deepikapadukone .. loved ur performance in finding fanny & d movie was a beautiful story told in even a more beautiful way.
patralekha2011: Strongly recommend Finding Fanny-- a deliciously satisfying film
omkara666: FINDING FANNY IS SUPERB AND AWESOME.. LOVE U Deepi
NJLahori: Loving Finding Fanny :) What a beautifully made film! What fun. Highly reccomemd it
NaanSens: Finding Fanny. Do watch :)
N_Darsha: Finding fanny ....soulful journey
ms_escapist: Absolutely loved Finding Fanny! DEEEPIKKKAAAAAAAAA!!!!
Movies_Reddit: Finding Fanny might be one of the best movies to come out of India this year http://www.sahinahi.com/movies/Movie/0f8bfe3b-a27c-4a32-9381-f020c6e65610
moksh: #mustwatch “@NutAshes: Loved Finding Fanny. Definitely not for the sensitivity and sarcasm challenged”
mmannik: #Finding_Fanny @eXam_DAYZZ...awesoMe :)
maanasiii: Finding Fanny is such a cute and quirky little movie. Loved it!
lnv_rao: Finding fanny , good comedy and deepika at her best #FindingFanny
KhadijaAkhtarr: Finding Fanny has a good life lesson for everyone.
KavitaAChhibber: Finding Fanny. Probably the best movie of 2014. A beautiful story quirkily told. A must watch. A stellar cast of actors. superbly directed.
iPrinceMalhotra: #Finding_Fanny ' Must Watch Film with Brilliant Performances ,B-town celebs reaction on finding fanny ..... https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=705167169578043
imtiaz_saad: Finding Fanny - Funny, Entertaining, Real! Good watch.
hiralbdesai: Dont miss Finding Fanny!!!
harshdaiya3: show finding fanny......its very amazing....nd very very nice pic...:):) http://twitter.com/harshdaiya3/status/510425935921700865/photo/1
gour_prateek: Finding fanny awsm movie...... Dipika is so beautiful.
gokulive: Finding Fanny FDFS An extremely charming piece of cinema, the kind of film that comes around only once in a... https://www.facebook.com/gokulnaths/posts/10203782001887179
FatManRambles: So finding fanny was an interesting film.s
DsouzaJennifer: Just watched 'Finding Fanny'. Unique. Niche. Cute. Lovable. One of the best and simplest movies I have seen lately. I would rate it- 4.5/5.
drmalvika6: Finding Fanny is an AWESOME movie.✌
deepikaddicts: We are so happy for you @deepikapadukone Angie has shown her magic all over India and other countries!! Congrats for Finding Fanny!
deepaligupta: You amaze me.. Whether Being Cyrus, Cocktail or Finding Fanny. Direct a new movie in future, pretty please? @homiadajania
cinejourno: #KEEDA VERDICT #Finding Fanny is a beautiful journey.Remember the destination is not important.The journey is crazy n profound.Do not miss!
chikki139: Finding Fanny pure brilliance... Sheer pleasure to watch.. Deepika how can you be soo pretty??? :) @deepikapadukone @arjunk26 @homiadajania
CharmiSan24: now finding fanny is beautiful wishing all the best @deepikapadukone @arjunk26!!!
bkapilan: Finding Fanny... One hell of a funny ride... Don't miss.. :)
BhupeshThk: A delight to watch "Finding fanny"....a really sweet movie
aseem_arora: Finding fanny gives you a smile in the beginning and it stays till the end.
Aravindan_kpm: The finding fanny movie strongly sad find a love in our self, and movie is very funny
annebelle_123: Absolutely LOVED Finding Fanny
Adii_Avid: Saw Finding Fanny. Excellent.:)
snabhi: Watched Finding Fanny,on da night show. Not very interesting..but a feel good concept nd well made movie packed with beauty nd performances.
sk25_: I would say FINDING FANNY is pleasurable to watch but nothing memorable. A step in the right direction. More stories less masala please.
Reematendulkar: Finding fanny: quirky in bits, Bollywood sensibilities in English, quite predictable, no story and no character bldg. overall it's ok - ok
nandinisms: Considering the terrible reviews of Finding Fanny I'd heard, I did not find it all that bad.
EcellesCarson: Finding Fanny movie review: Pleasurable but not entirely memorable: Deepika Padukone-Arjun Kapoor starrer Finding Fanny is a slight w...
dasguptashreyaa: Finding fanny was too average . Na
UniqueIdiot_: Finding Fanny jokes seem to be worse than the movie itself.
Themangofellow: Finding Fanny.. Please avoid.. I swear on my granny..
SRKPiku: Watched Finding Fanny.. Super Crap Movie.....
sonu0009: Don't waste your money. ..For "finding fanny" Movie...Totally Bakwas
Shlokk29: Agar Finding Fanny successful ho sakti hai toh kuch bhi ho sakta hai. RT"@AnupamPkher: Saw Finding Fanny. Excellent.:)"
shivom_oza: Finding Fanny. Meh! Didn't like.
sam_sunhi22: I watched finding fanny today Why just WHY
salveswapnil: Finding Fanny: a boring road trip :\
sachipoornima: Finding fanny paisa barbaad movie
prakzrai: In simple words: 'Finding Fanny' is as funny as you start to 'Finding Exit'
Onlineplanters: Finding Fanny :- Miserable!!!!
NeerajPremV: Finding Fanny... Not upto the mark...! Awesome acting but weak script.
marketing_banda: Finding fanny was perhaps one of the worst movies if this decade. This one didn't even qualify for the "dimag bahar rakhke Jana" category
M__Alive: I found "Finding fanny" a boring movie.
LMX30: Finding fanny, what a stupid movie
khawaja_sameen: Watched finding fanny it was nonsense
KeertiJoshi: Shasha of Kaminey reviews finding fanny: Sanding sanny sucks.
kabirahmed6472: Just watched Finding Fanny.one of the worst movie i have ever seen.
jagrata2011: Finding Fanny totally #f*** shit movie.in Finding Fanny i just find woawww gorgeous lady Deepika Padukone.. B| B|
India_Progress: Finding Fanny - Absurd movie. Deepika acts well, and looks nice. But totally random movie
iam_nasir: Finding Fanny : Such a slow and weird movie. Even likes of world class actors like Pankaj Kapoor & Naseeruddin... https://www.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=702306999817884&id=100001157715225
gunjansriv: Finding Fanny is a n̶i̶c̶h̶e̶ नीच movie! Shocked to see critics acclaiming this stupid movie by calling it quirky and witty! Disappointing.
Gl_obetrotter: Finding Fanny in Hindi is a FUCKING NIGHTMARE !
fia_sara: "Finding Fanny" what a waste of time
dexterslab: Finding fanny, an offbeat boring movie.
Benaaam: Finding Fanny : Boring movie. @deepikapadukone pls dnt do artistic film. Fuck hate homi
Bees_Kut: I was finding Kahani in finding fanny
badgalratz: Finding fanny sucks
Avikban91164333: finding fanny is real bore,i want my money back
avidblogger: finding fanny..avoid.....not worth spending u'r hard earned money on your hard earned weekend.......rated: 2/5 for pa and ns
ArsalNaqvi1: What the hell is Finding Fanny sucks , i wasted my 2 Hours and 25 minutes ,The worst movie :/ . Please don't... https://www.facebook.com/arsal.naqvi.110/posts/533580426787565
andyact: Finding Fanny is such a let down,except Anil Mehta's frames.
ajitabhbhardwaj: Finding fanny..... wastage of time and money..... bole to maha bakwas movie.....
abuzarr_ahmine: Got a severe headache after watched Finding Fanny .. @Creature3D is much better ...
Aamarkargwal: 1/10.rating .#finding fanny .3 minutes story, out of 93 minutes fucking movie .it will be better to read #krk tweets than #finding fanny
Want to Watch, by Bollywood News : Excellent
Want to Watch, by kapil : Naseeruddin Shah, that's all I wanted.
Yay! Thumbs Up, by 127hrs : Quirky, and fun to watch!!
Yay! Thumbs Up, by Box Office Collection
Yay! Thumbs Up, by Gokul : Good
Yay! Thumbs Up, by TimELiebe : Can a movie be ironic,darkly funny, AND Warm-Hearted? This one Is!
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Looking for love when it is actually punching you in the face.