Bollywood actor and nawab Saif Ali Khan celebrates his birthday today. Let's see what the year ahead has in store for him...
"Saif was born on 16th August 1970 which makes him a Number 7 (Ketu) person in numerology. He is a Leo (ruler Sun – Number 1) and his destiny number adds up to Number 5 (Mercury). Being ruled by Number 7, he is also ruled by Number 2 (Moon) since Numbers 2 and 7 always go hand in hand," predicts astro-numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi on Saif's 42nd birthday.
"Being a Number 7, Saif is very loving, caring, emotional and moody as a person. He is very firm with his plans and often takes decisions from the heart rather than his mind. Also he is very impulsive and speaks his mind inviting trouble or rather misunderstanding in the minds of others," describes Bhavikk about his personality.
"On the personal front, his future wife Kareena Kapoor (21st September 1980) is a Number 3 (Jupiter) person ruled by Mercury (Number 5) and her 'destiny' number is also Number 3."
"As per rumors doing the rounds, if they marry on October 16 their 'shaadi ka yog' it will be the best time. The main silver lining in this relationship is that they commonly share the Number 5 (Mercury) between them making them both communicative and frank about their feelings for each other," predicts Bhavikk.
"Talking of movies, Saif will now enter his 43rd year which indicates a superb time for him in his career ahead. After tasting success with his last production 'Cocktail', his next release 'Go Goa Gone' – a zombie film adds up to Number 41 which is one his best numbers. Hence the film will garner great revenue for him as far as box office collections are concerned," signs off Bhavikk on a positive note.
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