“ The title We Are Family adds up to Number 37– this number has a distinct potency of its own. It is a number of good and fortunate friendships in love and in combinations connected with the opposite sex. It is also good for partnerships of all kinds. It is a fortunate indication if it appears in connection with future events " explains Bhavikk.
“The film is having a festival release on 2nd September 2010 ( Thursday ). This day is ruled by Number 2 ( Moon ) and hence automatically by Number 7 ( Neptune ) as these two numbers always go hand in hand. The sum total obtained by adding this entire date is Number 5 ( Mercury ). Producer Karan Johar is a Number 7 ( 25th May 1972 ) person in numerology and a 'Gemini" ( ruler Mercury – Number 5 ). So from the producer"s side, KJo ( as he is fondly called ) is already 'sailing safe" ".
Bhavikk continues “ Now about the cast, Kajol is a Number 5 ( 5th August 1975 ) and a Leo ( ruler Sun – Number 1 ). The current period between 22nd August – 23rd September falls under the zodiac sign of 'Virgo" which is also ruled by Number 5. No prizes for guessing that once again, 'Kads" ( her closed ones call her by this name ) will walk away with most of the laurels for the movie, but…". He continues “ Not to be left anywhere behind will be apni 'Bebo" ( her nickname ). Kareena ( 21st September 1980 ) in her 30th year is going through the 'best phase of her life" and will give an equally unbeatable performance " states Bhavikk on a confident note.
“ The ever handsome Arjun Rampal ( 26th November 1972 ) will also be benefitting out of this film, as this year 2010 has proved mostly good for Number 3, 6, 8 and 9 people and Mr.Rampal falls in to this bracket easily ". “ But alas…all is 'still" not well, shocks Bhavikk suddenly…“ The year 2010 ( Number 3 ) has a major clash with Number 1 ( Sun ), and so the title of the film vibrating on that number may prove to be 'edgy" in the long run, when it comes to net collections " predicts Bhavikk before signing off.
Anywhere in the world, the term 'family" is used where there is a father, a mother and a child or their children – all living under the same roof. But this one"s slightly different – it has a father, a son, a daughter and 'two" mothers. Too much to handle, must say ! Will this also be 'too much" for our Indian audience to digest and as a result, will they give the film a 'step motherly" (pun unintended) treatment at the box office ? Our in-house expert and a 'familiar" name by now – astro numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi predicts for us as usual.