Now this one's an official remake of Jim Carrey's 'Bruce Almighty' and an adaption of the highly acclaimed Gujarati play 'Kanji Virrudh Kanji' which was also staged in Hindi as 'Kishan V/s Kanhaiya'.
But will the successful 'formula' work when made in to a Bollywood film as well?
Our in-house expert and noted astro-numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi predicts the fate of this divine comedy:
"The title 'OMG OH MY GOD!' is adding up to Number 45 – this octave of Number 9 is a lucky number promising authority, power and command. It indicates that reward will come from the productive intellect. In simple words, names with this compound number at their back should carry out their own ideas and plans," explains Bhavikk.
"Going purely by its numerological interpretation, it seems the comedy and drama in the film’s plot should work with a certain section of the audience, mainly die-hard fans of Akshay Kumar and Paresh Rawal. But that’s about it!" predicts Bhavikk.
He continues "The year 2012 which adds up to Number 5 (Mercury) does not gel at all with Number 9 (Mars) and that should restrict the film’s appeal and hence bigger prospects at the box office."
"Akshay Kumar is a Number 9 person himself (9th September 1967) whose luck in his 46th year is now on a decline and that should further dent the film’s business. But his portrayal of Lord Krishna in the movie will be much appreciated as he is a Virgo (ruler Mercury) and his ‘destiny’ number also adds up on the same number."
"On the other hand, Paresh Rawal is a Gemini by his sun sign (30th June 1950 – ruler Mercury) and his ‘destiny’ number also adds up to Number 5 which means his role will be enjoyed by the aam junta and critics alike. But he running in his 63rd year would prove to be a deterrent."
"To put it simply, only God can save this film!" ends Bhavikk on a lighter note.
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