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'Finding Fanny': Deepika-Arjun Starrer to be Banned for using Vulgar Word 'Fanny'?Homi Adajania/Twitter

Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor starrer "Finding Fanny" is all set to hit the theatres this Friday, 12 September.

Ahead of the film's release, the makers arranged a special screening for several popular B-town celebs, including the film's entire cast.

Stars like Hrithik Roshan, Nargis Fakhri, Sonam Kapoor and others marked their presence for the special screening. The quirky film won the biggies' hearts, who praised the film and the director Homi Adajania for his efforts in making the actors fit into the unusual characters so gracefully.

The celebs are confident that the comedy film will make the audience connect with their hearts and laugh out to their hearts content.

"Finding Fanny" is Adajania's third movie after he shot to fame with his two flicks, "Cocktail" (2012) and "Being Cyrus" (2006).

The film is based on an unusual story of 5 'oddballs' played by Kapoor, Padukone, Dimple Kapadia, Naseeruddin Shah and Pankaj Kapur, who are on a road trip in search of a lost friend, Fanny. The film also has Ranveer Singh in a cameo role.

The film's plot seems to be inspired by the romantic drama film, "Letters To Juliet", based on finding long-lost love as well.

Soon after watching the upcoming Bollywood release, the celebs took to their Twitter handle to express their views.

Nargis Fakhri: "#FindingFanny #love #lost #found my goodness how I laughed n how my heart connected.Quirky funny beautiful! Uff I can watch 100 more times"

Sonam Kapoor: "Just saw finding fanny! What a quirky lovely film! Kudos to the whole cast &a special shout out to @homiadajania @arjunk26 @deepikapadukone"

Sophie Choudry: "@homiadajania u mad man! How frikkin brilliant is Finding Fanny..Makes me wanna find love! And the cast is another level! Am still smiling"

Sujoy Ghosh: "saw FINDING FANNY .. whatta nice funny and mad film. & the cast naseerji, DP, Arjun, Dimple Kapadia and PK are fantastistic. you must see."