Watch in-depth conversations with actors, filmmakers, music composers, technicians and more. Film Companion gets them to demystify their craft and talk about what it takes to survive the movie business.


We took Sushant Singh Rajput to Mumbai's Jai Hind College where he addressed students of mass media during their college festival Detour. The actor talks about rejecting financial security to follow his dreams and following up MS Dhoni: The Untold Story with a theatre project.


Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor discuss the backlash to Befikre's trailer and why it is a light-hearted but not a frivolous romance. Ranveer also talks about staying level-headed after Bajirao Mastani's success while Vaani opens up about not signing a film for 2 years.


Vidya Balan reveals how she used her one-year break to mourn the failure of her last few films and lead a healthier lifestyle. "It's hard for me to admit, but after five big successes a sense of invincibility had crept in," says the Kahaani 2 actress.


In the lead up to Dear Zindagi, Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt deconstruct the acting life and each other's processes. While Shah Rukh talks about his impressions of his co-star, Alia reveals that, just like Shah Rukh, she wants to be remembered as magical.


The best Indian content creators - Ekta Kapoor, Biswapati Sarkar, Sumeet Vyas and Ashish Patil - unanimously agree that they're all in the nascent stages of the digital content boom. The talk also includes plans for Ekta's new web vertical ALT Balaji, why there's no place for Naagins in the digital space, and making the Indian Game of Thrones.


In Part 3, Shah Rukh tells us about the superstar life. "I love being a star," he says. At the end of his career, he hopes he's deserving of all that he's achieved. "Sorry and thank you are two words I hope I don't have to say to anyone," he adds.


In Part 2, Shah Rukh and Anupama Chopra discuss why he goes with his gut while choosing films and dealing with failure at work. He also throws light on his relationship with rivals Salman Khan and Aamir Khan, as they walk through Lisbon.


In the final part, filmed in Lisbon, Shah Rukh talks about dealing with the failure of Fan and while it broke his heart, it won't deter him from taking creative risks again. He also reveals his strong dislike for emojis and why he'll never use the word LOL.