This is Shweta’s twelfth ever post for her Saturday Six Word Story Prompt. This is my twelfth entry for the Saturday Six Word Story Prompt. This week’s theme word is fun. Here’s a link to Shweta’s blog https://thesoulsearchersite.wordpress.com/2019/11/16/saturday-six-word-story-prompt-6wsp-12-november-16-2019/

1.) Spending time with friends is fun.

2.) I love having fun with family.

3.) Reading books is fun to do.

4.) Getting Henna Tattoos is always fun.

5.) Working retail has its fun moments.

6.) Volunteering and helping others is fun.

7.) Fun is watching movies and TV

8.) Did you ever watch Funny Girl?

9.) Have you watched F2 – Fun and Frustration?

10.) Will you ever watch Funny Face?

Funny Girl is a 1968 American biographical musical film directed by William Wyler. The screenplay by Isobel Lennart was adapted from her book for the eponymous stage musical. It is loosely based on the life and career of Broadway and film star and comedian Fanny Brice and her stormy relationship with entrepreneur and gambler Nicky Arnstein. The film stars Barbra Streisand (in her film debut reprising her Broadway role) as Brice and Omar Sharif as Arnstein, with a supporting cast featuring Kay Medford, Anne Francis, Walter Pidgeon, Lee Allen, and Mae Questel.

F2 – Fun and Frustration is a 2019 Telugu language comedy film, written and directed by Anil Ravipudi and produced by Dil Raju under their production house Sri Venkateswara Creations and co-produced by Sirish-Laxman. The film stars Venkatesh, Varun Tej, Tamannaah Bhatia, Mehreen Pirzada in the lead roles. It also features Rajendra Prasad, Nassar, Prakash Raj, Vennela Kishore, Priyadarshi Pullikonda, Prudhviraj, Raghu Babu, Subbaraju, Srinivasa Reddy, Satyam Rajesh and Brahmaji in the pivotal roles.

Funny Face is a 1957 American musical romantic comedy film directed by Stanley Donen and written by Leonard Gershe, containing assorted songs by George and Ira Gershwin. Although having the same title as the 1927 Broadway musical Funny Face by the Gershwin brothers, and featuring the same male star (Fred Astaire), the plot is totally different and only four of the songs from the stage musical are included. Alongside Astaire, the film stars Audrey Hepburn and Kay Thompson.