TANTALIZING in TORONTO: Midnight's Children

Updated On Jan 30, 2013 12:11 PM IST
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Deepa Mehta's Midnight's Children, based on a book by the same name written by Salman Rushdie was premiered at the ongoing 37th Toronto International Film Festival. The ladies of the film sparkled in bright Indian hues and splashed some colour on the land of Toronto. View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Jan 30, 2013 12:11 PM IST

Deepa Mehta's Midnight's Children, based on a book by the same name written by Salman Rushdie was premiered at the ongoing 37th Toronto International Film Festival. The ladies of the film sparkled in bright Indian hues and splashed some colour on the land of Toronto.

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Director Deepa Mehta with writer Salman Rushdie during the 37th Toronto International Film Festival. Rushdie wrote the book in 1981 which went on to win the Booker Prize. It was awarded the 'Booker of Bookers' Prize and the best all-time prize winners in 1993 and 2008 to celebrate the Booker Prize 25th and 40th anniversary. View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Jan 30, 2013 12:11 PM IST

Director Deepa Mehta with writer Salman Rushdie during the 37th Toronto International Film Festival. Rushdie wrote the book in 1981 which went on to win the Booker Prize. It was awarded the 'Booker of Bookers' Prize and the best all-time prize winners in 1993 and 2008 to celebrate the Booker Prize 25th and 40th anniversary.

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Shriya Saran plays the role of Parvati in Midnight's Children. This is Shriya Saran's second English film. She opted out of Kamal Hassan's Vishwaroopam due to date clashes with this movie. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Shriya Saran plays the role of Parvati in Midnight's Children. This is Shriya Saran's second English film. She opted out of Kamal Hassan's Vishwaroopam due to date clashes with this movie.

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Actor Shriya Saran brings sexy back during the 37th Toronto International Film Festival. She was a delight for the cameras in a glamourous pink lehanga-choli and her playful demeanour. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Actor Shriya Saran brings sexy back during the 37th Toronto International Film Festival. She was a delight for the cameras in a glamourous pink lehanga-choli and her playful demeanour.

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Satya Bhabha (right) plays the lead role of Saleem Sinai. Siddharth Narayan plays Shiva in the movie. Both of them pose for the cameras at the ongoing 37th Toronto International Film Festival. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Satya Bhabha (right) plays the lead role of Saleem Sinai. Siddharth Narayan plays Shiva in the movie. Both of them pose for the cameras at the ongoing 37th Toronto International Film Festival.

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Shahana Goswami poses for the cameras at the 37th Toronto International Film Festival. She plays the character of Amina in Midnight's Children. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Shahana Goswami poses for the cameras at the 37th Toronto International Film Festival. She plays the character of Amina in Midnight's Children.

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Deepa Mehta is most known for her Elements Trilogy- Fire(1996), Earth(1998), and Water(2005). Earth was submitted by the Indian government for Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Deepa Mehta is most known for her Elements Trilogy- Fire(1996), Earth(1998), and Water(2005). Earth was submitted by the Indian government for Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

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Canadian Member of Parliament Justin Trudeau arrives at the gala presentation for the film "Midnight's Children" during the 37th Toronto International Film Festival. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Canadian Member of Parliament Justin Trudeau arrives at the gala presentation for the film "Midnight's Children" during the 37th Toronto International Film Festival.

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Anita Majumdar, who plays Emerald in Midnight's Children at the 37th Toronto International Film Festival. She is a Canadian actress and playwright, best known for her role in the CBC television film Murder Unveiled. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Anita Majumdar, who plays Emerald in Midnight's Children at the 37th Toronto International Film Festival. She is a Canadian actress and playwright, best known for her role in the CBC television film Murder Unveiled.

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