The saying ‘Jack of all trades, master of none’ doesn’t apply to Farhan Akhtar. He’s a successful film-maker, producer, script writer, actor, playback singer, lyricist and also a television host.
Our in-house expert and ace astro-numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi predicts what’s in store for the Farhan on his 39th birthday.
“Farhan was born on January 9, 1974, which makes him a Number 9 (Mars) person in numerology. He is a Capricorn (ruler Saturn – Number 8) going by his sun sign and his destiny number adds up to Number 4 (Rahu),” explains Bhavikk.
“Farhan will now be entering the 40th year of his life, which once again indicates good news for him as his successful run would continue this year as well,” predicts Bhavikk.
“His next project as an actor ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ (where he plays the role of the real life hero Milkha Singh) will not only turn out to be a hit at the box office, but Farhan’s work will also be highly appreciated as his earnestness in playing the character would be noticed on screen by one and all," he says.
Bhavikk further says, “As a matter of fact, his performance in the film would even be nominated in all the major awards next year."
“As a producer, his film ‘Fukrey’ will also do well amongst its target audience,” he adds.
“Wearing a Hessonite on his middle finger will help him clearly decide about his next directorial venture as he would be undergoing some confusion about what to make next,” advices Bhavikk.
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