Now this one’s a women centric social film starring two iconic stars of yesteryears – Madhuri Dixit and Juhi Chawla.
The trailer of the film (having crossed 4.5 million+ views already) has a hard-hitting impact especially for the punch-packed dialogues, but the big question is – will debut director Soumik Sen be able to justify the story about a gang of Indian women dressed in pink coloured saris fighting against injustice and mainly the presence of the two leading ladies pitted against each other for the first time ever ?.
Our in-house expert and ace astro-numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi predicts the fate of this Anubhav Sinha and Sahara Movie Studios joint venture:
“The title ‘GULAAB GANG’ adds up to Number 28 – this octave of Number 1 (Sun) is a number of contradictions. It symbolizes a person of great promise and possibilities who is likely to see all taken away from them; unless they carefully arrange for the future. It also indicates loss through trust in others, opposition and competition in trade, danger of loss through law and the likelihood of having to begin life’s road over and over again” explains Bhavikk.
“As per the numerological meaning derived, it seems the film will appeal only to its target audience who like watching female oriented films with a strong character and a social message. As for others, they would prefer to stay away” predicts Bhavikk.
“But wait….all is still not lost !!!! (he continues with a pause)
“The year 2014 which adds up to Number 7 (Ketu) is likely to prove lucky for most Number 1, 2, 4 and 7 people, dates, names etc. and the film’s release date – 7th March (7) along with the title vibration (28) will work in its favour to some extent” he adds.
“Very importantly, the destiny number arrived from the date of birth of the ‘hero’ of the film Madhuri Dixit (15th May 1967) is Number 7 while the villain Juhi Chawla (13th November 1967) is a Number 4 (Rahu) person directly with destiny number adding up to Number 2 (Moon)”.
“No prizes for guessing both the actresses will deliver knock-out performances and it will be rather impossible to decide whose acting is better; as they will be flawless in portraying their individual roles. If that wasn’t enough, the confrontation scenes between them will be an absolute treat to watch” he adds further.
“Last but not the least, producer Anubhav Sinha (22nd June 1965) too falls in to this bracket and his endeavour of making powerful cinema with the right ingredients of a masala fare will be very much lauded by the critics and the gentry alike” signs off Bhavikk on a positive note.