Finding Fanny had an impressive first day at Box Office India. The film is getting mixed response from critics. The film collected 5.1 Crores on its opening day (Friday) at box office. Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor starrer Finding Fanny is being promoted as an offbeat movie. The film is getting mixed word of mouth as well. Most of the film’s collection has come from multiplex audience. Film’s strong publicity, good music and dark comedy genre is making Finding Fanny a must watch for Tier1 city audience.
Let’s see what some of the known critics have to say about Finding Fanny:
Komal Nahta From Zee ETC Bollywood Business
On the whole, Finding Fanny is a cute entertainer but it has appeal for the class audience only, that too, in the big cities only. It will do well in very select multiplexes of the major cities mainly. But its business in lesser multiplexes, single-screen cinemas and in centres other than the big cities will be very dull. Overall, the film will garner critical acclaim but its economics will not bring a smile on anybody’s face. (Source: Review)
Meena Iyer From Times Of India
Finding Fanny is funny, dark, yet bright, a shimmering ride through a Goa far from the tight-rooted Trikal, the touristy Dil Chahta Hai. Its drama keeps surprising – but also meanders, including around an overacting Russian and an unnecessarily macabre cat. It evokes an Almodovar-Anderson-Marquez-in-Goa feel, but occasionally, its cleverness grows obvious while little details – catch the changing colours of Ferdie’s petrol can – are overlooked.However, these are small creases on an otherwise scrumptious cake. (Source: Review)
Sweta Kaushal From Hindustan Times
Some of our Bollywood fans (those hungry for masala in theaters) might find the movie a little slow, more so in the first half. Unconventional in several ways — from the ending to the catharsis for the characters, the movie might not be ‘entertaining’ for conventional fans. 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. (Source: Review)