Dia Mirza celebrates her 31st birthday on December 9. We see what the year ahead has in store for one of the cutest faces in the industry.
Numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi said, "Dia was born on 9th December 1981 which makes her a Number 9 (Mars) person in numerology. She is a Sagittarian (ruler Jupiter – Number 3) and her destiny number adds up to Number 4 (Rahu)."
"Being a Number 9, Dia is full of energy and enthusiastic about doing most things in life. Although she looks delicate, within her thin frame, she tends to possess a lot of stamina and is pretty much aggressive about her interests. The influence of Number 3 will make her financially stable, but again thanks to the ‘Rahu’ effect, she may not be a great money saver and very much unaccountable with her spending habits," explains Bhavikk about her basic characteristics.
"She may not be able to accumulate sufficient wealth in the long run, if she continues with this trait of hers," warns Bhavikk.
"Dia will be entering the 32nd year of her life from now on which indicates a much better phase on the personal front more than on the professional side. Yes, she may finally get engaged or even be married to her boyfriend Sahil Sangha by the end of 2013," predicts Bhavikk.
"Although her work in her forthcoming film ‘Kismat Ki Kompony’ will be much appreciated, the film might not have much ‘kismat’ at the box office," he adds.
"Having turned producer with best friend and actor Zayed Khan (5th July 1980), the latter being a Number 5 (Mercury) person, they are just not ‘compatible’ enough for any long term association. Even if they do, it will not be long lasting for sure. The non-performance of their first joint venture ‘Love Breakups Zindagi’ is proof enough," pinpoints Bhavikk.
"Although she can open her own production house and work independently if she wants, but any partnership business is strictly 'ruled out'," he states clearly.
"Wearing a ‘Hessonite’ on her middle finger will help her with better focus, clarity of mind and decision making power," recommends Bhavikk.
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