He delivered a dud in ‘Players’ last year, but consolidated his position with a superb performance win the highly successful film ‘Bol Bachchan’.
We ask our in-house expert and ace astro numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi what the future has in store for Bachchan Junior on his 37th birthday.
“Abhishek was born on February 5, 1976, which makes him a Number 5 (Mercury) person in numerology. He is an Aquarian (ruler Saturn – Number 8) and his destiny number adds up to Number 3 (Jupiter),” explains Bhavikk.
“Being ruled by Number 5, Abhishek is a fast decision maker, bundle of energy and excellent at communication. Also ruled by Number 8, he has achieved success after a lot many failures. Most people in his place would have given up but not him. Due to the Jupiter effect, we all know that he is extremely lucky with money, but still, he should be very careful about it,” advises Bhavikk.
“Abhishek will now enter the 38th year of his life which indicates that he will be doing the balancing act of managing time for family and also would continue with his regular shootings all year round,” predicts Bhavikk.
“On the film front, his next film ‘Dhoom 3’ will do historic business and once again he will be praised for delivering a sincere performance in this fire-brand franchise."
“Wearing a Yellow Sapphire on his right hand index finger on a Thursday evening (one hour before sunset) would control unnecessary expenditure and make room for safe investments in the long run,” signs off Bhavikk.
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