The trio of Ajay Devgn-Abhishek Bachchan-Rohit Shetty first came together for Shetty's debut film 'Zameen' (2003). Now they are back with a madcap comedy which is inspired by the 1979 cult classic 'Golmaal'. Will this movie boom or bomb at the box office. Astro-numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi predicts the fate of this entertainer.
"The title 'BOL BACHCHAN' is adding up to Number 37 –which has a distinct potency of its own. It is a number of good and fortunate friendships in love and in combinations connected with the opposite sex. It is also good for partnerships of all kinds. It is a fortunate indication if it appears in connection with future events," explains Bhavikk.
"Going purely from the meaning derived from it, this one will prove to be a safe bet at the box office," predicts Bhavikk.
'If compared with the kind of business the 'Golmaal' series have done in the past, then this one will nowhere match up the figures of that franchise," he adds quickly.
"Talking about the performances, Ajay in his 44th year (2nd April 1969) is not exactly going through his best phase (he gave a dud with his last release ‘Tezz’) and his performance will receive mixed reactions."
"Playing the 'title' role, Abhishek's double appearance act will similarly meet with diverse opinions – some people will love him, while others will totally dislike him as being in his 37th year, his luck is also not in great shape."
"About the leading ladies, Asin (26th October 1985) in her 26th year and Prachi Desai (12th September 1988) in her 24th year will do full justice to their parts and play it with earnestness. But that’s about it."
"Last but not the least, the captain of the ship and star director Rohit Shetty's destiny in his 40th year (14th March 1973) is also not in top form, and so he will have to remain happy with somewhat mediocre results this time," signs off Bhavikk.
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