Now this one’s a remake of the 2010 Telugu film ‘Leader’ set against the backdrop of Indian politics.
With the on-going fervour of the Lok Sabha polls in the country, releasing the film during the election season couldn’t have been better timed; but the big question is – will Jackky Bhagnani be able to pull off the role of a young prime minister ?
Our in-house expert and ace astro-numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi predicts the fate of this MSM Motion Pictures and Pooja Entertainment joint venture:
“The title ‘YOUNGISTAAN’ adds up to Number 37 – 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 the film will mostly appeal to its target audience who frequent multiplexes of metros/big cities and that’s about it” predicts Bhavikk.
“But, 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 (37) along with its release date – 28th March 2014 would only prove beneficial to an extent” he adds.
“But again !!!! (he continues without a pause)….
…the fate of most films rely heavily on the personal ‘stars’ (read luck) of its leading protagonists as well as their makers and in this case Jackky Bhagnani (25th December 1984), Neha Sharma (21st November 1987) and producer Vashu Bhagnani’s (19th April) fortunes are not looking that great; and hence it will hamper the prospects of the film at the ticket window (also thanks to multiple releases). Nevertheless, having said that it doesn’t take away from an earnest performance both Jackky and Neha will deliver with which they will win the audience’s hearts and all the more fans in their kitty” he adds further.
“In short, ‘Youngistaan’ will be an honest effort and a decent product on hand; but the box-office numbers will not match up to it” signs off Bhavikk on a clear note.