Will 'RA.One' succeed at the box office?

Will 'RA.One' succeed at the box office?

Well-known astro-numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi predicts the fate of SRK's dream project
Will 'RA.One' succeed at the box office?
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There is absolutely nothing which SRK hasn't 'said', made us 'watch' or 'hear' about 'RA.One' his most ambitious sci-fi flick which is supposedly the most expensive film ever made in India.

Will SRK's dream venture prove to be the 'Number One' film of all time in the history of Bollywood when it comes to box office collections? Will it wow audiences as well as critics? Our in-house expert and well known astro-numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi gets predicting the fate of 'RA.One'.

"The title 'RA.One' adds up to Number 20 – this octave of Number 2 is not a material number rather it is a 'spiritual' one. Consequently it's potential for worldly success is doubtful. If used in relation to future events, it denotes delays, hindrances to one's plans, which can only be conquered through development of the spiritual side of one's nature" explains Bhavikk.

"To put it simply, picture ki taarif bahut hogi par utni rupiyon ki baarish na ho paaye" predicts Bhavikk.

He continues "SRK will soon enter his 47th year (2nd November 1965) which will be a lucky period for him and so his avatar as G.One will be loved by the audiences across all age groups".

"But alas ! The release date of 26th October 2011 which is a day primarily ruled by shani (Saturn) does not gel with SRK's birth number and will create a dent in the film's overall business. Ideally, releasing the film a day earlier would have done some damage control" feels Bhavikk.

"Playing the title role of Ra.One, Arjun Rampal in his 39th year (26th November 1972) will impress a lot with an honest portrayal of his character and will deliver what is expected out of him."

"Looking her best at 32, Kareena Kapoor (21st September 1980) is going through a great phase in her life and besides gaining a lot of accolades for her performance as usual, her luck will help the film way to an extent."

"But in the final tally, 'RA.One' will remain a losing proposition against the cost factor involved," Bhavikk concludes.