Art Cinema was always defined as a non-commercial independently made film aimed at niche audience rather than the masses. The films were stated for release at speciality theatres (festivals, art houses etc.). Films with glamour, big budgets, the stars made strictly for the masses with the typical song and dance routines made strictly with the purpose of garnering commercial success fell into a different bracket: mainstream or commercial cinema. Today, however, with films like Kahaani and Vicky Donor the lines between commercial and art are slowly and rightfully getting blurred.