Finding Fanny (2014)

Hindi Comedy, Drama
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Review Summary: Finding Fanny will find a way to your heart. Indian cinema at its finest

Average Critic Rating: (3.80)
Cast: Naseeruddin Shah , Dimple Kapadia , Pankaj Kapoor , Deepika Padukone , Arjun Kapoor
Director: Homi Adajania
Release Date: 12 Sep 2014
Est. Budget: 38.7 CR
Est. Box Office Collection: 37.6 CR

Plot: Finding Fanny revolves around five rather dysfunctional characters that live in the quaint sleepy village of Pocolim, nestled deep in the interior 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 Read more

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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. - See more at:
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. I'm going with three ou
Finding Fanny is wickedly fantastic
Raja Sen, REDIFF
The film is patchily quirky
Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express
le KapadiaDirector: Homi AdajaniaFive restless Goans, a ratty ol’ Dodge, and an unfortunate cat…that’s all the ingredients director Homi Adajania employs to whip up the lighthearted soufflé that is Finding Fanny. Sprinkled liberally with uproarious humor,
Rajeev Masand, Rajeev Masand
Finding Fanny isn’t much about quirk as much as it is about discoveries and revelations
Mohar Basu, Koi Moi
Cinematic Simplicity
Divya Solgama, Movie Zadda
Rummana Ahmed, Yahoo India
Homi Adajania’s third movie is romance of an outrageously wicked kind
Sneha May Francis, Emirates 24X7
They all cram inside the rundown car, all of them. Just like in the film. So when they set out for a road trip together to ‘Find Fanny’, it turns out to be a life-changing decision for everyone.The trip becomes a symbol of the journey they’re taking withi
Sonia Chopra, Sify

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There is no reason why you shouldn’t. One can relate to the five oddballs as they set out on their journey in a dilapidated car in scenic Goa and nurse their shattered pride along the way. Finding Fanny forces you to slow down and enjoy the bumpy yet adventurous ride.
Saumya Sharma, BookMyShow
Hot Deepika, pouty Arjun and a road trip that gets boring
Simantini Dey, First Post
The lives of those the film follows are outwardly riddled with tradition and grief, yet there is an underlying abandon in the way they live, wearing their hearts on their sleeves, and a genuine simplicity in the choices they make that can only come from u
Koel Purie, India Today
Homi Adajania’s upcoming film Finding Fanny, which stars Deepika Padukone, Arjun Kapoor, Naseeruddin Shah, Pankaj Kapur and Dimple Kapadia has been creating a lot of buzz. The makers have left no stone unturned to promote the film, which is said to be not
Bollywood Life
Let's start with the controversy. In the days that have just gone past, a complaint against the movie was registered
Saurabh Dwivedi, India Today
Catching a team of distinguish talents like Naseeruddin Shah, Pankaj Kapur, Dimple Kapadia with raging superstars like Deepika Padukone and hot favorite Arjun Kapoor in their best powers as actors, servicing not for opening day numbers but for a rich, evocative, quirky, cinematic experience boldly and so beautifully layered with love and life. Fox Star studios and
India Glitz
Signaling a new phenomenon in bollywood involving A -list which is ambitious yet intimate, appearing individual but yet can be happily universal, 'Finding Fanny’ helmed by Homi Adjania is a quirky, bold and a beautiful bittersweet gem on love and life con
Vishal Verma, India Glitz
Namrata Thakker, Bollywood Life
Real funny and thoughtful
Sarita A Tanwar, DNA India
Finding Fanny leaves you with a happy feeling. It is charmingly off-beat and yet mainstream.
Noyon Jyoti Parasara, Now Running
फाइंडिंग फैनी के प्रोमो और ट्रेलर देखकर ही आपको अंदाजा हो गया होगा कि यह कमर्शियल फिल्म नहीं है, जहां कारें हवा में उड़ती हुई दिखें, गोलियों का शोर हो और हीरो कइयों को अपनी किक से ही हवा में उड़ा दे रहा हो। यह बात हम भी सिनेमाहॉल में घुसने से पहले... Rea
Imagine a puppet show as large as a village", says young widow Angie (Padukone) in an introductory voiceover. She attempts to nudge us into the idle world of a Goan village named Pocolim-an off-the-map giant retirement home where Angie is perhaps one of t
Rahul Desai, Mumbai Mirror
rachnasrivastava, Chirtamala
Overall, the film is one of the best to have come out Bollywood in a long long time. So go out there and watch the gem called ‘Finding Fanny’ once, twice or as many times as you would want to!
Bollywood Mixer
After working on two different genres in Cocktail and Being Cyrus, director Homi Adajania is all set to explore yet another type through Finding Fanny. The movie starring Deepika Padukone, Arjun Kapoor, Nasseruddin Shah, Pankaj Kapur and Dimple Kapadia hi
Neha Prashar Gupta, Bollywood 3
Set in the quaint village of Pocolim based in the interiors of Goa, ‘Finding Fanny’ introduces us to its five major characters, around whom the story revolves. Angie (Deepika Padukone) is a young widow who lives with her mother-in-law Rosalina Eucharistic
Anish Mohanty, Planet Bollywood
Now Finding Fanny which boasts of unusual quirkiness and has been made mostly in English and Konkani, getting a wide release is a step in the right direction for Bollywood films. Because this symbolizes that films made here in Indi don’t always have to be
After working on two different genres in Cocktail and Being Cyrus, director Homi Adajania is all set to explore yet another type through Finding Fanny
Neha Prashar Gupta, Bollywood 3
In the midst of mega budget blockbusters like ‘Happy New Year’ and ‘Bang Bang’, a rather different film has slowly become a talking point in Bollywood as well as among general audiences
Bollywood Mantra
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.
Sweta Kaushal, Hindustan Times
Move your fanny for this one. For the most part, it is utterly, bitterly delicious.
Srijana Mitra Das, Times of India
Don Pedro (Pankaj Kapur) is a temperamental artist who, on meeting the rather plump and sexy middle-aged Rosie, is obsessed about painting her on his canvas.
Komal Nahta, Komals Reviews
Homi Adajania creates a group story which takes place along the roads of Goa.Finding Fanny revolves around five rather dysfunction
Núria Bonals Hidalgo, Bolly Spice
The film comes across like a breath of fresh air amidst the flood of racy commercial entertainers but then, it is also a subject that will appeal only to the thinking audience who seek intelligent entertainment
Bharat Student
Homi Adjania has had a good track record so far and Finding Fanny is yet another feather in his cap. A simple story has been told with interesting characters as the audience is treated to an enjoyable journey, and though the movie is inundated with Englis
Abhishek Bhardwaj, Rate Movies Here
First thing, Finding Fanny is not a comedy - not in the slapsticky sense Bollywood normally associates with the genre, not in the sense you would perhaps get watching the video Shake your bootiya or that promo sequence featuring Dimple Kapadia and a prost
Vinayak Chakravorty, India Today
On the whole, it is commendable on the part of Fox and Dinesh Vijan to have diligently...
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Rohit Khilnani, India Today
In Homi Adajania’s version of Goa, there are winding pathways, crumbling mansions, and the sleepy village of Pocolim where “life doesn’t pass you by, it passes you by at the pace you want it to.”There is an oddball cast of characters to add to the picture
Shilpa Jamkhandikar, Reuters India
The entire cast is a riot
Martin D'Souza, Glam Sham
A good slice-of-life film set in Goa
Devesh Sharma, Filmfare
Finding Fanny is a fine blend of soulful musings and nuanced filmmaking, feels Sukanya Verma.Finding Fanny opens to the sound of a loud sob and barking dogs.Somewhere in fictitious Pocolim of real Goa, an old postmaster Ferdie (Naseeruddin Shah) is wailin
Finding Fanny is not cutting edge cinema, it may not even be immensely appealing for the masses. But it could have done with better entertainment in the second half.
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