The meaning may not sound positive, but the lead protagonist Sushant Singh Rajput’s (21st January 1986) birth number being Number 3 (Jupiter) coinciding with the release date (12th) might just help the film and click with audience who swear by Dibakar Banerjee’s brand of cinema.
A tip: Calling the film just ‘Detective Byomkesh’ (by removing ‘Bakshy’ completely) will be profitable.
Releasing on: 25th December
The title of this period film vibrates on Number 46 — an octave of Number 1 (Sun) which has a distinct potency of its own.
It is good for partnerships of all kinds.
Since actors Ranbir Kapoor (28th September 1982), Anushka Sharma (1st May 1988) and director Anurag Kashyap (10th September 1972) all there are directly Number 1 persons; plus the title vibrating on 46 (Number 1 again) and the release date being on 25th (Number 7), it will be a win-win situation for the trio and the best Christmas gift for the industry and the audiences as well.
A tip: For Anurag, it will be his career’s ‘biggest hit’ (commercially).
Happy New Year
Releasing on: December
Perhaps, the ‘best’ has been reserved for the ‘last’.
The title of easily the most-anticipated release of the year is adding up to Number 30 — which is neither fortunate nor unfortunate. The number can be powerful or indifferent depending upon the will or desire of persons involved with it.
Starring Shah Rukh Khan (2nd November 1965), Deepika Padukone (5th January 1986), Abhishek Bachchan (5th February 1976), Boman Irani (2nd December 1959) and Sonu Sood (30th July 1973) and being directed by Farah Khan (9th January 1965), it can’t get bigger than this. Period.
A tip: Clearly, the biggest grosser of 2014