Suspense over Rushdie’s India visit to promote film
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But the film's official PR agency gave a different account. It said though they are trying their best to bring the 65-year-old author to India, the Landmark statement issued is not approved by Rushdie and it is not yet confirmed whether he will be coming to India to promote the film.
The film is being distributed by PVR Pictures in India and is set to hit the theatres here on February 1.
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Booker Prize-winning 'Midnight's Children' revolves around two babies born at the stroke of midnight on August 15, 1947 and swapped by a nurse in a Bombay hospital.
Mehta has adapted it into a film, which stars Shriya Saran, Anupam Kher, Shabana Azmi, Seema Biswas and others.
(With inputs from PTI)