Finding Fanny is in trouble again

After the elimination of the virgin dialogue from the film which stirred a controversy, Finding Fanny again has found itself in legal soup. In the Delhi High Court on Tuesday a petition was filed demanding a ban on the release the due to the use of ‘’fanny'” which is regarded vulgar. The PIL filed by NGO Jai Jagriti Foundation and Nandini Tiwari through their lawyer said that the word “fanny” was a slang and it should be discarded from the movie and the songs. According to Tiwari, who is a mother of a four-year-old, said such words in films and television will corrupt children’s minds.

Finding Fanny Movie Poster

Two years after the film that hit the box office Cocktail, director Homi Adajania is back with bang and a idiosyncratic misadventure; this time about a dappled crew looking for a postman’s lost love through Goa. The Hindi and English versions of Finding Fanny movie will hit the theatres on September 12, across India and in various 40 international territories, which form the exodus markets targeted by most main stream Bollywood films. The film makers believe that Homi Adajania, the director has made a outstanding global film that will be accepted in any market. “The difference between the two versions is just three-four minutes and not a complete re-edit. This English version will be cut by Nick Moore to cater to that audience,” Director Homi Adajania said in a statement.”It’s the same story but will be told in a way that the firangs understand better,” he added.

The English and Hindi versions of Finding Fanny will hit theatres Sep 12. The film Finding Fanny is presented by Fox Star Studios, and there also are plans to set the film out in a separate edited version of Finding Fanny in non-exodus markets – Europe, the US and the Far East – three to four months after its September release.  Moore has directed impressive and outgoing films like Wild Child (2008) and Horrid Henry: The Movie (2011) but is better known as the editor of The Full Monty (1997) which bagged him a BAFTA nomination, Notting Hill (1999), About A Boy (2002) and Love Actually (2003).

Finding Fanny is a forthcoming Hindi/English satirical, drama film, written and directed by Homi Adajania and produced by Dinesh Vijan under Maddock Films baner and presented by Fox Star Studios. The film Finding Fanny features Naseeruddin Shah, Dimple Kapadia, Pankaj Kapur, Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor in prominent roles. The film is based on an adventurous road trip set in Goa and links and follows the journey of five characters. The film is scheduled for release on 12 September 2014.

Finding Fanny revolves around the main five rather lost and dysfunctional characters that live in the whimsical sleepy village of Pocolim, dwelled deep in the interiors of Goa, India. Pocolim is a village where pointless and stupid conversations are a way of life feeding the life of the people. Nothing ever realistic happens here and the people of Pocolim, well, they just exist for the sake of it. One night, the old postman Ferdie , character played by Naseeruddin Shah, receives a letter that is slipped under his door. He then realizes that it was the letter he had written to the love of his life 46 years ago, Stefanie Fernandes character played by Anjali Patil, asking for her hand to marry her. To his utter shock and dismay, he discovers that had the letter had never been delivered. All these years the post man Ferdie has lived a life of regret, believing that his love Stefanie had rejected him. He then decides to find his beloved Fanny and tell her the truth. The movie Finding Fanny is a comical story and an off the wall story about a bunch of oddities who venture out to find this girl Stefanie Fernandes (Fanny) and in the process, they discover a unique and strange sense of love and solace amongst each other, and end up seeing a point back to their previously dull and pointless lives.

Ranbir Kapoor’s ex-girlfriend Deepika Padukone has her hands full these days with upcoming films ‘Finding Fanny’ and ‘Happy New Year’

Ranbir’s former lady love Deepika Padukone was also seen at Shankar Mahadevan’s studio. Ranbir Kapoor’s ex-girlfriend Deepika Padukone has her hands full these days with her upcoming films ‘Finding Fanny’ and ‘Happy New Year’. The actress was spotted in a cream jumper with matching skinny bottoms outside Shankar Mahadevan’s studio.

It was prior reported in the news that Bollywood’s reigning queen Deepika Padukone’s next ‘Finding Fanny’ would have an advance premiere 17 days before the film’s release. Now we hear that the said premiere that was decided to be scheduled to be held on August 25 has since been postponed to September.

The reason behind the postponement of the premiere seems to be pending status of the film’s censor certificate as the film is yet to be certified by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). Dinesh Vijan, producer of the film, says, “Yes, it’s true. Because of the current problems the censor board has been embroiled in, the makers of the film who are yet to receive a censor certificate for ‘Finding Fanny’ have decided to avoid any unforeseen obstacles in the film’s screening. Director,Homi Adajania’s upcoming film ‘Finding Fanny’ has been in the headlines ever since. The stellar star cast of the movie starring Arjun Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Naseeruddin Shah, Pankaj Kapoor and Dimple Kapadia have been an instant smash-hit amongst audiences. Within a day of its launch, the trailer of Finding Fanny, an English language film by Indian director Homi Adajania, has found over a million views on YouTube.

The movie’s makers are “very happy” with the response. The trailer is said to have got one million views within 22 hours of being uploaded on the online website. #FindingFanny in itself is trending all over on various social media to give audience a taste of an off-beat cinema, and with the latest track ‘Fanny Re‘ out, the madness gets to an all new level. ‘Finding Fanny’ that is produced by Fox Star Studios and Maddock Films and directed by Homi Adajania. is all set to release in theatres on September 12.

Red Chillies Entertainments Pvt Ltd had announced that the first look of the grand Diwali release will be disclosed at Sahara Star Hotel in Mumbai, with the entire cast of the film – SRK, Deepika Padukone, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonu Sood, Boman Irani and Vivaan Shah – along with director Farah Khan and composer duo Vishal-Shekhar, in attendance.

The event will be ‘Happy New Year’ presents ‘Indiawaale’ celebration. Happy New Year” promises to be a “rollicking, flamboyant, colourful, witty, action-packed musical bonanza”. It will be distributed by YRF worldwide, and in India, it will release in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

The promises made by the director and the starcast of the film ,truly have been fulfilled by seeing the review of the movie form the audiences and even the biggies of the Bollywood. Happy New Year is this year’s big Diwali release by choreographer-turned-filmmaker Farah Khan who has already delivered blockbuster hits like Om Shanti Om and Main Hoon Na.

Fanny Re is conceptualized and choreographed by Shiamak Davar

Director Homi Adajania unveiled the first song titled “Fanny re” from his much awaited comedy “Finding Fanny” along with Arjun Kapoor and Deepika Padukone, who are the leads of the film.

The song is somposed by Mathias Duplssy and it is choreographed the well known choreographer by Shiamak Davar, the song features all the characters of the film Arjun, Deepika, Naseeruddin Shah, Pankaj Kapur and Dimple Kapadia . “We had a great time shooting for the song. The song was choreographed by Shiamak and shot by Homi,” said Deepika Padukone. It’s a fun song encircling the flavors of Goa. It is a typical goan based song with fun beats and colorfully framed.

Shiamak Davar for Finding Fanny

Two years after the film that hit the box office Cocktail, director Homi Adajania is back with bang and a idiosyncratic misadventure; this time about a dappled crew looking for a postman’s lost love through Goa. The Hindi and English versions of  Finding Fanny Movie will hit the theatres on September 12, across India and in various 40 international territories, which form the exodus markets targeted by most main stream Bollywood films. The film makers believe that Homi Adajania, the director has made a outstanding global film that will be accepted in any market. “The difference between the two versions is just three-four minutes and not a complete re-edit. This English version will be cut by Nick Moore to cater to that audience,” Director Homi Adajania said in a statement.”It’s the same story but will be told in a way that the firangs understand better,” he added.

The English and Hindi versions of  Finding Fanny will hit theatres Sep 12. The Movie Finding Fanny is presented by Fox Star Studios, and there also are plans to set the film out in a separate edited version of Finding Fanny in non-exodus markets – Europe, the US and the Far East – three to four months after its September release.  Moore has directed impressive and outgoing films like Wild Child (2008) and Horrid Henry: The Movie (2011) but is better known as the editor of The Full Monty (1997) which bagged him a BAFTA nomination, Notting Hill (1999), About A Boy (2002) and Love Actually (2003).

Finding Fanny is a forthcoming Hindi/English satirical, drama film, written and directed by Homi Adajania and produced by Dinesh Vijan under Maddock Films baner and presented by Fox Star Studios. The film Finding Fanny features Naseeruddin Shah, Dimple Kapadia, Pankaj Kapur, Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor in prominent roles. The film is based on an adventurous road trip set in Goa and links and follows the journey of five characters. The film is scheduled for release on 12 September 2014.

Finding Fanny revolves around the main five rather lost and dysfunctional characters that live in the whimsical sleepy village of Pocolim, dwelled deep in the interiors of Goa, India. Pocolim is a village where pointless and stupid conversations are a way of life feeding the life of the people. Nothing ever realistic happens here and the people of Pocolim, well, they just exist for the sake of it. One night, the old postman Ferdie , character played by Naseeruddin Shah, receives a letter that is slipped under his door. He then realizes that it was the letter he had written to the love of his life 46 years ago, Stefanie Fernandes character played by Anjali Patil, asking for her hand to marry her. To his utter shock and dismay, he discovers that had the letter had never been delivered. All these years the post man Ferdie has lived a life of regret, believing that his love Stefanie had rejected him. He then decides to find his beloved Fanny and tell her the truth. The movie Finding Fanny is a comical story and an off the wall story about a bunch of oddities who venture out to find this girl Stefanie Fernandes (Fanny) and in the process, they discover a unique and strange sense of love and solace amongst each other, and end up seeing a point back to their previously dull and pointless lives.