Hindi movie “Fanney Khan,“ released on Friday, August 3, 2018, is the amazing story of a father who doctors the rise of his daughter as a singing sensation. He is just like any other father who will not stop at anything to make his girl’s dreams come true. “Ganakokilla” is the superstar and for this, her father will go to any extent to make the dream possible.

The Film has all the ingredients which will make it a hit, and the cast includes Anil, Rajkummar, Aishwarya and Divya Dutta, all veterans in their fields and the audience will love this movie.

However at times the Rajkummar Rao, Aishwarya Rai comedy fails and comedy gets buttressed by melodrama. The question of how a father who tries to realize his dream through his protégé is an overused formula and we have seen an unending series of such films and the audience could be bored by the same story and setups.

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The flick is based upon the Belgian film “Everybody’s Famous!” the desi version has been adapted by scriptwriters Hussain Dalal and Atul Manjrekar who also happens to be the director of the flick.

There is everything in the film connected with a celebrity of the tinsel town; there is prejudice, body shaming, and delusion about the star.

Prashant Sharma is just another toiling component of the working class who sweats it out in a factory but is a lead singer in a desi band.

He knows that his dream of being a successful pop singer will never be realized. He pushes his daughter into achieving this dream.

Lata, the daughter, has to tolerate insults and taunts, and the people do not recognize her pure talent. Prashant has profound veneration of Mohammed Rafi and Shammi Kapoor, and his alter ego, Fanney Khan, who is the local singer.

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The flick is handicapped by a weak script, and there are glaring directing errors which have turned in what could have been an enjoyable comedy into something which can be described as an exaggerated melodrama with contentious messaging.

According to trade analyst Girish Johar, “Fanney Khan” could have an opening of Rs 10 crores on the first day.

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