Aishwarya Rai Bachchan needs no introduction whatsoever. Just before her 39th birthday we ask astro-numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi what's in store for the gorgeous actress.
"AishwaryaRai Bachchan was born on 1st November 1973 which makes her a Number 1 (Sun) person in numerology. Her sun sign is Scorpio (ruler Mars - Number 9) while her 'destiny' number adds up to Number 5 (Mercury)", explains Bhavikk.
"Ash is what she is ruled by - Number 1, the most powerful star in the solar system - the Sun. Without it, there is no existence. She is strong, aggressive and a complete go getter. She is so determined on what she wants in life that nothing and absolutely nothing can stop her from doing that. At times her approach could be a bit forceful, but she knows how to mellow it down when required. Her communication skills are so effective that she can make people spellbound by her speech", he explains further.
"Ash will now be entering in her 40th year which indicates that she will strike back with full power and resume work after a much needed break", predicts Bhavikk on a joyous note. "She will bag a plum project in 2013 and will be shooting for a major part of the year so she can have a release in 2014".
"On the negative side, this may take a toll on her mental well-being as she will be missing her one-year old daughter Aaradhya, hubby Abhishek and her in laws a lot during this time giving rise to bouts of depression and loneliness".
"Wearing a Red Coral in gold on her ring finger will help her bringing out the right balance in her life and also stop unnecessary delays if any", advices Bhavikk strongly before signing off.
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