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After the success of Cocktail, Homi Adajania and Deepika Padukone team up once again for Finding Fanny, a quirky, unconventional tale of an old man trying to find his long lost love. He is stuck with a bunch of oddball characters who help him in his journey and they each have their own stories and dramas that play out in a sweet and light-hearted manner.
There are 2 things you will think about when you watch Finding Fanny.
1. Arjun Kapoor kisses Deepika Padukone after which she slaps him. A few hours later, she sleeps with him. In other words, guys of our planet Earth, you really will never know when a girl shall give you the 'green signal'. It just depends on your luck. Or maybe the girl you are eyeing needs to carry a kiss me/kiss me not traffic signal with her. Who knows.
2. Naseerudin Shah's character gets to know after 46 years that his letter had not been delivered to his sweetheart Fanny. And all this while he thought that she had rejected him, while today's generation on the other hand cannot wait to get a reply back on Watssapp.
As far as the notable performances of the film are concerned, Naseerudin Shah is absolutely adorable as Ferdinand and Pankaj Kapoor aka Pedro the artist's eccentricity is very infectious. Also, without a doubt no one could have played Kapoor's role but he himself. Anand Tiwari is at his usual best as the priest of the town. Deepika, Dimple Kapadia and Arjun Kapoor have fit well into their roles.
The cinematography will certainly make you want to explore old Goa with its Victorin churches and haunting scenery. Ultimately, Finding Fanny is a truly unconventional film, and Deepika's dialogue that comes In the end will stay with you for a long time when she says, “People die, but love never does.” -- Published on September 12, 2014