On Imran Khan's 30th birthday (January 13), we ask astro numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi about what’s in store for the actor...
"Imran was born on 13th January 1983 which makes him a Number 4 (Rahu) person in numerology. He is a Capricorn (ruler Saturn – Number 8) and his destiny number also adds up to Number 8, which means he is ruled by one of the most powerful planets Saturn twice," explains Bhavikk.
"Generally, Numbers 4 and 8 are considered to be the ‘toughest’ numbers in numerology as they are totally extremist numbers. Either it gives extreme success or extreme failure. Imran got lucky with his first break in Bollywood but after that, he had to face the blow of repeated failures as none of his films worked post his debut till he struck gold with ‘I Hate Luv Storys’. Still, he will always have to struggle his way to reach the top and prove himself with every film of his. That’s the shani effect. Also his name adds up to Number 26 which will add to his woes," he explains further.
"Imran will now enter his 31st year and it’s looking a very promising period ahead of him," predicts Bhavikk.
"His work in his latest release ‘Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola’ is already winning him rave reviews and accolades from all quarters."
"But it will be his next release ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbai 2’ which will give him a box office hit, besides his performance also being appreciated in the movie."
"Wearing a Blue Sapphire on his middle finger on a Saturday (two hours and forty minutes before sunset) might just help him achieve super stardom just like his mamu Aamir Khan," advises Bhavikk before signing off.
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