After having a Kaminey and Badmaash Company, there is one Rascals, which is coming up but the flavour(read gaali) of the season is Lafangey Parindey.
Our in-house expert and noted astro numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi predicts the fate of this week"s release Lafangey Parindey (now does this sound like a 'Yashraj" film from any angle?) whether will it fly high enough"?
“The title Lafangey Parindey adds up to Number 54 – this octave of Number 9 is a lucky number promising authority, power and command. It indicates that reward will come from the productive intellect. In simple words, anything with this compound number at their back should carry out their own ideas and plans" explains Bhavikk.
“From the derived meaning, it seems the product should be somewhat okay, but the release date of 20th August 2010 may act as a road block for a longer innings at the turnstiles" predicts Bhavikk.
Bhavikk continues “ Off the cast, the 'lafanga" Neil Nitin Mukesh ( 15th January 1982 ) is running in his 29th year which does not guarantee him a hit, but the boy will be well appreciated for his act as his destiny number adds up to Number 9 ( Mars ) just like the title. Plus, the year 2010 which adds up to Number 3 ( Jupiter ) has primarily proven good for people born on dates 3, 6, 8 or 9 and Neil fits in to this bracket comfortably".
“Contrary to that, for the 'parindi" Deepika, Number 9 is one of her weakest numbers since she was born on 5th January 1986. Numbers 5 (Mercury) and 9 (Mars) are quite a clash and seems her effort of playing a blind girl (who can also perform stunts) may not yield expected results. Her destiny number adding up to Number 3 may do some damage control though" Bhavikk adds quickly.
“Last but not the least, talking of producer Aditya Chopra (21st May 1971), this one doesn"t exactly look like his 'winning ticket" " concludes Bhavikk before signing off.
Bollywood movie titles are truly getting adventurous and whether this is a welcome change or not, only time will tell. Forget the unconventional makers, even the mainstream banners are opting for weird names for their enterprise.