Mumbai — Homi Adajania’s multi-starrer satire “Finding Fanny” will be screened at the 19th Busan International Film Festival, which begins Oct. 5.
"Yeehaa! @FindingFanny officially invited to the BUSAN International Film Festival! @arjunk26 @deepikapadukone @ankurtewari @Anaita_Adajania (sic)," Adajania posted on Twitter.
“Finding Fanny” is a story of five dysfunctional characters that live in the quaint sleepy village of Pocolim, nestled deep in the interiors of Goa.
The movie is Adajania’s third project after “Being Cyrus” and “Cocktail.”