Now this one’s an unusual story of a small-town Indian girl who decides to go on her honeymoon ‘alone’.

The promos have garnered a positive response amongst the industry and outside as well, but the big question is – will director Vikas Bahl be able to justice to Kangna’s talent and make her the box office ‘queen’ ?.

Our in-house expert and ace astro-numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi predicts the fate of this Phantom Films and Viacom 18 Motion Pictures joint venture: 

“The title ‘QUEEN’ adds up to Number 22 – this octave of Number 4 (Rahu) is symbolized as a good person who lives in dreams and illusion under the influence of others and who awakens only when surrounded by danger. It is also a number of false judgments. As a number in connection with future events; its warning and meaning should be carefully noted” explains Bhavikk.  

“As per the numerological meaning derived, it seems the film will definitely appeal to its target audience who frequent multiplexes of metros/big cities, towns etc.” predicts Bhavikk.

“Plus, fortunately or so, the year 2014 which adds up to Number 7 (Ketu) is likely to prove lucky for most Number 1, 2, 4 and 7 people, places, dates, names etc. and the film’s title vibration (22) along with its release date – 7th March 2014 would only prove beneficial” he adds.

“But alas !!!! (he continues without a pause)….

…the fate of most films rely heavily on the personal ‘stars’ (read luck) of its leading protagonists and in this case Kangna Ranaut’s (23rd March 1986) fortune’s in her 28th year are not looking that great and hence it may hamper the prospects of the film mainly at the ticket window (thanks to multiple releases) to some extent. But again, having said that it doesn’t take away from the superb and earnest performance she will deliver with which she will win the audience’s hearts and all the more fans in her kitty” he adds further.

“On the other side, Rajkummar Rao’s (31st August 1984) work will also be very well appreciated as usual since he is primarily ruled by Number 4 (Rahu) and so the title vibration (22) and the release date (7) works in his favour completely”.

“Last but not the least; co-producer Anurag Kashyap (10th September 1972) too falls in to this bracket directly and no prizes for guessing that he will be praised a lot for bringing in a fresh product with an innovative concept”.

“In short, be prepared to laugh and cry both at the same time with the ‘queen’ (pun unintended) of good times” signs off Bhavikk on a positive note.

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