With a lineup of interesting films this year, astro numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi predicts the hits and superhits at the box-office
Release date: 8th February 2013
The title of the film adds up to Number 50 — this octave of Number 5 (Mercury) is very fortunate.
It indicates success, help from superiors and protection from those in high places and hence, one of the luckiest numbers in dealing with future events. Of the ensemble cast, Akshay Kumar (9th September 1967) is a Virgo (ruler Mercury — Number 5) and his destiny number again adds up to Number 5. The antagonist of the film is Manoj Bajpayee (23rd April 1969), who is directly a Number 5 person. This makes for a deadly combination.
Release date: 15th February 2013
The title of the film adds up to Number 26 — this octave of Number 8 (Saturn) is one of the most unluckiest numbers as it foreshadows disasters brought about by association with others, ruin by speculations, partnerships, unions and bad advice. But wait, before jumping to conclusions — the year 2013 which adds up to Number 6 (Venus) is likely to prove lucky for Number 3, 6, 8 and 9 people, dates, names etc. and going by that formula, this film will once again ‘click’ with its target crowd (read youth). The ‘destiny’ number arrived by adding lead man Randeep Hooda’s date of birth is Number 6 (20th August 1976) and his good luck will further rub off on the film.
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Release date: 22nd February 2013
Adapted from successful author Chetan Bhagat’s novel The 3 Mistakes Of My Life, the title of the film vibrates on Number 32 — a lucky octave of Number 5 (Mercury) usually associated with combinations of people and nations. If director Abhishek Kapoor has stuck to his vision without compromising on commercial diktats, this one will turn out to be a brilliant film in all aspects. Look out for Sushant Singh Rajput (21st January 1986), who will make an absolute smashing debut with this one.
The Attacks of 26/11 Release date: 1st March 2013; Verdict: Hit This film needs