The Best of Indian Cinema in 2018: A Perspective

This is the time of the year when people like me are busy trying to hurry up with their year-end list compilations before heading out to celebrate the entry of the New Year. Usually I do try to go in for an in depth analysis of Indian Cinema, looking at the major happenings of the year in nearly all the dominant film industries, both Hindi and regional. But of late I’ve been caught up with all sorts of stuff; as a result I ended up being unable to come up with my mandatory year end posts for 2017, the one on Indian Cinema and the other one on Malayalam Cinema specifically. Hence I’ve decided that it’s time to play it wisely and focus mainly on the lists in particular and not the detailed anlysis. Why miss out on doing something that I am fond of altogether?Continue reading “The Best of Indian Cinema in 2018: A Perspective”

“I am humbled by the feedback the music is receiving for Naal”: Advait Nemlekar

The Marathi movie Naal movie released a few days ago (16th November) and we managed to catch up with the Music Director of the film Advait Nemlekar . Sharing his experience on the film, he said,Naal released yesterday, and the feedback is very good, people are giving amazing reviews. I am very humbled. The film is a beautiful piece of work, mostly because of an emotional story and performances, and I am lucky to be a part of this movie. Its an honor to have worked for the Marathi film industry, because this film has marked my debut as a Music Director in this space. I feel humbled and privileged that I got an opportunity of working with such a talented team, because they are probably the most humble and down to earth people I have worked with and it felt like working with a family.Continue reading ““I am humbled by the feedback the music is receiving for Naal”: Advait Nemlekar”