'Zilla Ghaziabad' is based on the true story of the gang war between two powerful rival groups of Gujjar. Will this much delayed film be able to fight out the box office battle? Astro-numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi predicts the fate of this political action thriller.
"The title ‘ZILA GHAZIABAD’ is adding up to Number 40 – this octave of Number 4 (Rahu) is neither fortunate nor unfortunate. It indicates strong mental faculties of a person. But that person will have the tendencies to put all materials things on one side – not because they have to, but because they wish to do so. It represents self- containment, loneliness and isolation from fellows. Hence, it is not an auspicious number from a material standpoint as this number can be powerful or indifferent depending upon the will or desire of the person," explains Bhavikk.
"Going purely by the numerological interpretation, the film will appeal to its target audience (read masses residing in small towns/centers or action lovers) and that’s quite a population," predicts Bhavikk.
"On the plus side, the year 2013 which adds up to Number 6 is likely to prove lucky for most Number 3, 6, 8 and 9 people, places, dates, names etc. and the compound numbers derived by adding the date of birth of Sanjay Dutt (29th July 1959) and Vivek Oberoi (3rd September 1976) are Number 6 and 8 (Saturn) respectively," he adds.
"Besides that, Numbers 1, 2, 4 and 7 are considered to be a ‘family’ of numbers and the one of film’s protagonist Arshad Warsi (19th April 1968) and once again Sanjay Dutt fall under this bracket directly indicating that their ‘jodi’ will be appreciated a lot by the aam junta," he adds further.
"Even the film’s release date 22nd February 2013 - a day primarily ruled by Number 4 (Rahu) coinciding with the vibration of the title will help boost up the business to an extent," he adds.
"In short, for the fans of masala entertainers, ‘Zila Ghaziabad’ will have a lot to offer," signs off Bhavikk on a positive note.
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