Big B, Ranveer, Deepika, Arjun Watch Finding Fanny
















Dipika-Arjun-14[tps_footer]Megastar Amitabh Bachchan made his presence at the screening of Homi Adajania‘s satire ‘Finding Fanny‘ at the Sunny Super Sound Studio in Mumbai on Wednesday. The 71-year-old, in a red track suit during the screening, is all praise for the Finding Fanny team.

He took to Twitter to post some candid images with Deepika Padukone, Arjun Kapoor and Homi. “What a delightful slice of life ‘Finding Fanny‘.. Well done Homi, NaseerS, Dimple, PankajK, Deepika and Arjun…congratulations!,” tweeted senior Bachchan. He added: “Finding Fanny .. Deepika calls to the trial and it was such a delight to witness .. such effortless, natural performance.” 

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Actress Deepika Padukone had invited Mr. Amitabh Bachchan. She will be seen opposite Big B in another movie.

Draped in an elegant beige hued Payal Singhal saree, Deepika looked marvellous with her hair tied in a bun sorts and a bright coral lipstick.

Arjun looked handsome in a cobalt blue Paul Smith suit that he paired with a crisp white shirt from Thomas Pink.

Deepika‘s rumored beau Ranveer Singh, who has a very minor role in the movie, was also present. He was seen in his normal funny self, laughing and joyous.

The Arjun-Ranveer bromance that appeared during Gunday promotions was relived.

Some others present at the screening were Neha Dhupia, R Balki and Gauri Shinde.

The satirical movie revolves around the lives of five characters living in a sleepy village in Goa. Their lives take a twisted turn when Naseruddin Shah who plays the old village postman receives a letter under his door that he thinks he had posted to the love of his life, Stephanie ‘Fanny’ Fernandes almost 50 years ago.

The film directed by Homi Adajania, stars Deepika Padukone, Arjun Kapoor and veteran actors Naseeruddin Shah, Pankaj Kapoor and Dimple Kapadia.

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