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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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.


Dolly Ahluwalia, who has previously worked in four films with Vishal Bhardwaj, says none of them were nearly as challenging as period drama Rangoon


With 6 Oscar nominations for his debut feature, the Lion filmmaker looks back at his tough shoot in India with the then 5-year-old Sunny Pawar


Global measurement agency comScore has been wooing the Indian movie market to give us fair and accurate box office data. But the industry is clinging on to its primitive process of calculating collections that leaves much scope for producers to inflate numbers


Even as he still processes the box office success of his SRK-starrer, the filmmaker reveals how making Raees was a balancing act and why even one negative review can upset him


The celebrated poet, lyricist, and screenwriter on the challenges of holding the attention of a younger and more impatient audience