Midnight’s Children (2013)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama
39 %
Total Reviews: 13
Sahi: 5 Nahi: 8

Review Summary: Adapts the text well misses the magic

Average Critic Rating: (2.54)
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Plot: Midnight's Children is a 2012 British-Canadian film adaptation of Salman Rushdie 's 1981 novel of the same name. The film features an ensemble cast of Satya Bhabha, Shriya Saran, Siddharth Narayan, Ronit Roy, Anupam Kher, Shabana Azmi, Seema Biswas, Shahana Goswami, Samrat Chakrabarti, Rahul Bose, Soha Ali Khan, Anita Majumdar... Read more

Midnight’s Children - Movie Reviews

Undoubtedly, it must have been a task to adapt Salman Rushdie’s volume into a 146-minute film.
A stunning achievement!
Bollywood Life
Midnight’s Children may not be a perfect film, but rather than focus on dissecting the film, we believe that there is something for everyone, as fans of the book, as interested historians, as intrigued Bollywood fans. It is a film deserved to be watched f
Bolly Spice
If nothing else, go and watch Midnight's Children to satiate your curiosity about this much-talked about novel.
India Today
It is best not to have read Salman Rushdie's famous 1981 novel before walking into its film adaptation, because if you've read and loved the book, Midnight's Children would be an excruciating watch.
But, you may not find the canvas as beautiful as Rushdie's Booker Prize winning novel
Smash Hits
Midnight's Children is essentially the tale of Saleem Sinai and the journey of his destined life which leads him to startling revelations which change his entire existence. Set against the backdrop of the Indian Independence era, the movie gives us glimps
Movie Zadda
Deepa Mehta's Midnight's Children is not a well-crafted film of Salman Rushdie's Booker Prize-winning novel of the same name. Yet it captures the essence of the novel to the core.
Midnight’s Children, unfortunately, is no Cloud Atlas, and is certainly no Lord of the Rings (and not because it has no Hobbits — in fact, it has Darsheel Safary).
First Post
Adapts the text well misses the magic
But Mehta's effort fails to put across the deeper context of one of the most important novels on India in English.
India Today
You could skip it!
Koi Moi
It would have possibly been more watchable.
India Today