Claps for: Succeeding in giving us something different and refreshing.
Slaps for: What happened to Pankaj Kapur's character after the interval.
Popcorn refill: Strictly during the interval.
Story: The story of this film revolves around five people with distinct personalities that set out on an adventure of sorts to find a woman named Fanny a.k.a Stephanie Fernandes. As the story progresses, we learn more about these five characters and how they come closer through this journey. Even though the storyline is subtle compared to other Bollywood movies, it manages to intrigue us throughout the film.
Performances: This is one movie, which had every actor giving their best to the character they played on-screen. Be it the Konkani/Goan English or the perfectly put humour elements without trying too hard, all five actors of this film deserve to be praised. Deepika looked perfectly pretty as Angelina and gave a believable performance as a Goan girl, it seemed effortless. Hats off to Naseeruddin Shah for playing such an eccentric character; he managed to deliver whatever we expected from him after watching the trailer. Arjun Kapoor was decent in his performance as Savio D'Gama. Pankaj Kapur plays one character you won't forget, he executed the style required for the role he played with perfection. Dimple Kapadia was lovely in her role as well.
Direction: Homi Adajania was super successful in putting a smile on our face through this film. He manages to showcase the story with a style that Bollywood is not used to. He made the whole story play out in the film smoothly as he incorporated humour and emotions at the right places. It was a great attempt at offering us a refreshing cinema experience.
Combo-on-offer: The film offers us the following combo:-
A reason to smile + A refreshing cinema experience + Five actors giving their very best = Find Fanny!
Final Verdict: We give this film claps for finally giving us hope that Bollywood filmmakers can attempt love stories that are not so filmy. A little bit of love, life and humour make this film worth recommending.