In our inaugural annual list, we choose the best technical, all-around and artistic efforts of Hindi films in 2015.
An anonymous music vigilante lists the 8 WORST Hindi film albums of 2015. In the process, he/she risks being lynched by tone-deaf producers and music directors who seem to be scoring for weddings instead of movies.
Perhaps the most experimental filmmaker in mainstream Hindi cinema, Imtiaz Ali speaks to us about his vivid movies, methods, collaborations, philosophy, literature and criticism.
An honest and outspoken Hansal Mehta (Shahid, CityLights, Aligarh) speaks extensively about his journey, mistakes, changes, film criticism, politics, Anurag Kashyap, independence and much more.
We take a look at filmmaker Atul Sabharwal's personal and pleasantly informative documentary 'In Their Shoes' - about his roots, his family shoe business in Agra, and the gentle fading of one of the purest forms of craftsmanship.
Vasan Bala, the talented filmmaker behind 'Peddlers' (Cannes Critics' Week 2012), speaks about his journey, frustrations, his stubbornness and vision, Bombay Velvet (which he co-wrote) and much more.