Now this one’s a crime drama film based on historian Gyan Prakash’s book ‘Mumbai Fables’. Set in Bombay of the 1960’s, the film is mounted on a lavish scale and touted to be one of the year’s biggest releases. However, the film’s first trailer received mixed response from the industry as well as the audiences both.

Our in-house expert and ace astro-numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi predicts the fate of this Phantom Filmsand Fox Star Studios joint-venture: 

“The title ‘BOMBAY VELVET’ adds up to Number 46 – this octave of Number 1(Sun)has a distinct potency of its own. It is a number of fortunate friendships in love and in combinations connected with the opposite sex. It is also good for partnerships of all kinds. It is a positive indication if it appears in connection with future events” explains Bhavikk.

“As per the numerological meaning derived, it seems it will be a very well-made film;butwill mainly appeal to the gentry’s in ‘A’ class centers (mainly metros and big cities) who frequent premium multiplexes and that’s about it” predicts Bhavikk.

“Having said that, the destiny number (sum total) arrived from the film’s release date – 15thMay 2015 goes in sync with the title vibration (Number 1) and that shall majorly help the film to have a bountiful weekend” he adds.


“Plus, the three most important people associated with the project namely Ranbir Kapoor (28th September 1982), Anushka Sharma (1st May 1988) and Anurag Kashyap (10th September 1972)” are all ruled by the Sun – Number 1 (again!)” he adds further.

“No prizes for guessing Ranbir (after two disasters behind him) will live up to his role and prove yet again that he’s the best talent around. On the other hand, Anushka will not only be praised for playing her part with full earnestness, but her chemistry with Ranbirwill be talked about much after the film’s release”.

“As for Anurag, he will be appreciated for his visionary skills and articulate detailing in recreating an era gone by”.

“Last but not the least; making his debut as an actor Karan Johar (25thMay 1972), will astonish everyone with a terrific performance”.

“All in all, ‘Bombay Velvet’ may not be a money-spinner as far as box office collections are concerned, but will be worth an experience” ends Bhavikk on a clear note.