Midnight's Children (2012) 1080p YIFY Movie

Midnight's Children (2012) 1080p

Midnight's Children is a movie starring Rajat Kapoor, Vansh Bhardwaj, and Anupam Kher. A pair of children, born within moments of India gaining independence from Britain, grow up in the country that is nothing like their parent's...

IMDB: 6.20 Likes

  • Genre: Drama |
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.78G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 148
  • IMDB Rating: 6.2/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 1

The Synopsis for Midnight's Children (2012) 1080p

A pair of children, born within moments of India gaining independence from Britain, grow up in the country that is nothing like their parent's generation.

The Director and Players for Midnight's Children (2012) 1080p

[Director]Deepa Mehta
[Role:]Anupam Kher
[Role:]Neha Mahajan
[Role:]Vansh Bhardwaj
[Role:]Rajat Kapoor

The Reviews for Midnight's Children (2012) 1080p

Satisfying adaptation of a grand storyReviewed bymalaysian1789Vote: 7/10

Midnight's Children, that mammoth book written by Salman Rushdie which all English Literature Undergraduates are forced to read and marvel at, finally gets a long-awaited film adaptation. Having read the book many years ago, I never imagined anybody would be bold enough to actually film the text, with all it's magical realism and grand sweeps through the course of history, so let's see how this goes...

Telling the story of Saleem, born on the stroke of Midnight on August 15th 1947 i.e when India finally became an independent nation, whose life is altered from the minute he is born, as he is given to the wrong parents, rich parents, and thus afforded a life of luxury that he was not destined to have. On top of that, he has magical powers (that aren't that great to be honest), and finds that every child born at Midnight on August 15th also has magic powers, it's like the Power Rangers: India. What thus follows is a story narrated by Rushdie himself, as Saleem's life links and progresses with the historical and political turmoil taking part in India throughout the century, ( Partitions, Civil Wars, States of Emergency), and Saleem, much like India at the time, struggles and battles to find out his own identity.

The film does well in scaling down the content of the novel, it's more of a drama with bits of comedy, than a grand epic or fantasy, and parts do feel rushed as the viewer is transported from year to year without any sense of anything really linking together, despite the valiant attempts of Rushdie narrating the whole story. However, it is still a film that does manage to vividly depict a fascinating period in history with lots of very visual scenes that leave a lasting impression, and more importantly, it links it all together with individual plights, to add that emotional intensity. So overall I'd still recommend it.


Passable!Reviewed bynamashi_1Vote: 7/10

An adaptation of Salman Rushdie's 1981 novel of the same name, 'Midnight's Children' is a passable film. Go in with limited expectations & your chances of being disappointed will be less.

'Midnight's Children' Synopsis: A pair of children, born within moments of India gaining independence from Britain, grow up in the country that is nothing like their parent's generation.

'Midnight's Children' is an engaging story on paper, but on celluloid, it appears clichéd. India-Pakistan conflict, is beaten to death in cinema. Sure, the novel must've been captivating, but on-screen, it looks very regular. Deepa Mehta's Direction is terrific. She makes this otherwise passable film, watchable, due to her true talent as a storyteller.

Performance-Wise: Satya Bhabha delivers a sincere performance. Shriya Saran has 2 standard expressions. Siddharth tries hard to look like a menace. Darsheel Safary is very good. Seema Biswas & Ronit Roy are excellent, as ever. Others lend support.

On the whole, 'Midnight's Children' is watchable, at best.

Salman Rushdie was high on crackReviewed bypreejushVote: 2/10

This has got to be the most stupid movie I have ever seen.The story is abrupt with lose ends everywhere.The fantasy is well pitiable.All in all, this is something Deep Mehta should have avoided making into a film.

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