Mohini Chaudhuri

Mohini has been a print journalist in Mumbai for 9 years and has written on art and culture for publications like The Times of India, The Hindu BusinessLine, Forbes India and Open magazine. Watching movies and writing about them makes her happy. Fortunately for her, she gets paid to do both those things at Film Companion.

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The new producer tells us about the principles on which he and sister Anushka Sharma built Clean Slate Films


At approximately Rs 11 crore, Anurag Singh’s film may be the most expensive Punjabi film ever made, but also the most low-cost superhero one


From the rigorous writing process to using her mom skills on set - the actress takes us through the making of her first film, A Death In The Gunj


With their own high street label Rheson in stores, the Kapoor sisters have slowly and smartly turned their passion for clothes into a solid business venture


From pre-release nerves to truths about the business - the debutante director of Meri Pyaari Bindu and his producer exchange notes about their journey  


Bigger budgets, no box office pressure and no need for a superstar - the Bajrangi Bhaijaan director tells us why it’s time for creators to embrace digital platforms


Even as he brings us Asghar Farhadi’s The Salesman, film activist Sunil Doshi tells us why releasing foreign cinema in India can feel like a losing battle


On the release of a new book on her time on stage, the iconic singer looks back at her early days as a playback artist.