Watching Finding Fanny is like spending a night in a shack on a beach in Goa, drinking your poison and sharing mad jokes with friends all night
You may not come away with much of a message to take home. But by jove, you will never ever leave your home in the care of any relative after this.
The movie has just the right mix of fizz and flavour to allow the occasional and inevitable crinkles of triteness to flow well below the surface.
Chulbul Pandey is the role of a lifetime and Salman Khan bites into it like a starving man devours a feast. Dabangg doesn't bother with subtlety or sub-text.
Censoring Dimple Kapadia proved difficult. She recounted, "I had gone to Tina and Akshay's house for khichra when they were newly married and it was just me, Akshay and Tina. So after having the khichra, Akshay said "arre bhai ek soda leke aao thoda sa kali mirch daal ke." So what does my brilliant daughter do with me sitting there? She goes..."
Given that it was an evening to celebrate Twinkle's now fabled quick wit and ready tongue, the repartee that each Bollywood star bounced off the other was cheeky, to say the least. So cheeky, in fact, that the air was quite blue with insults
Senior counsel C A Sundaram, who appeared for Anita Advani, told the court that his client had been living with Rajesh Khanna for 25 years after his estrangement from Dimple Kapadia
Anita had claimed that she was evicted from Mr Khanna's suburban bungalow 'Aashirwad' after his death
Bollywood celebrities didn't exactly put their best fashion foot forward at the launch of Twinkle Khanna's first book in Mumbai on August 18. Mrs Funny Bones herself sported Diane von Furstenberg couture, Sussanne Khan wore a black dress and Sonali Bendre dressed simply in a long printed skirt and white shirt.
Of all the confessions that were made at the launch of newly-minted author Twinkle Khanna's first book, the anecdote revealed be her mother Dimple Kapadia proved most embarrassing - at least for Twinkle's husband Akshay Kumar. Censoring Dimple, it appears, isn't easy.
In conversation with Finding Fanny's cast. Good music and catchy lyrics are something that everyone always look forward to but this film gives us all the more reasons to go and watch it. Here's what Deepika Padukone, Arjun Kapoor, Dimple Kapadia, Pankaj Kapur and Naseeruddin Shah have to say about their Finding Fanny!
Film critic Anupama Chopra finds Homi Adajania's Finding Fanny starring Deepika Padukone, Arjun Kapoor, Naseeruddin Shah, Dimple Kapadia and Pankaj Kapur, a delightful essay on unrequited and life-consuming love. The movie is a must watch as the director finds humour in the strain of sadness every character goes through. Anupama feels the movie, with four stars to its credit, teaches one to celebrate life despite the oddities it offers.
At the ongoing Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai, designer duo Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla had a rather glittery front row
Actress Shilpa Shetty Kundra turns 40 today and veteran actress Dimple Kapadia turns 58.
We bring you a sneak peek into the life and times of these two actresses.
From a tragic seductress in snowy but blood-spattered Kashmir to a bootylicious not-quite-widow in balmy Goa, 2014 was a year of acclaimed performances, some of which were unexpected.
Hrithik, Karan attend Finding Fanny screening. Also,Aamir Khan attended a special screening actress Rani Mukerji's film Mardaani in Mumbai on August 23. In this picture, Rani shares a joke with the actor, her co-star in films such as Talaash, Ghulam and Mangal Pandey: The Rising.