Shah Rukh’s RNBDJ may win the race against Aamir’s Ghajini !

7 12 2008


The month of December will see two of the biggest Khans clash at the box-office. Shah Rukh’s Rab Ne is releasing on December 12 and Aamir’s Ghajini releases shortly after on December 25.

While both the films release in the last month of the year, they happen to be the first solo films of their respective leads.

Following Shah Rukh’s lead Aamir has gone in for an 8-packs look,a crew-cut hairstyle and Tattoos as body art. Shah Rukh Khan on the other hand is going for an image changeover that shows him as a geek with a bespectacled look, oiled hair, simple shirt and trouser attire sporting a moustache.

Both the films have new heroines opposite the lead actors, with Anushka Sharma the new face opposite Shah Rukh and Asin making her Bollywood debut opposite Aamir.

In the age of superstitions, if we go by astro-numerology, the prospects could differ. As per renowned astro-numerologist Niraj Manchanda, “Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi comes up to number 42. Dil To Pagal Hai came to the same number 42. Everyone knows the box-office prospects of Dil To Pagal Hai and with a good title, Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi has good chances at the box-office”.

About Ghajini Manchanda says, “ Ghajini sums up to number 17. The fate of number 17 can be summed up by the film Saawariya which came to the same number. Much like Saawariya lasted only till the craze of Ranbir Kapoor survived, even Ghajini will last only till the craze of Aamir’s new look survives”.

So we wonder as Aamir steps on the gas peddle to promote Ghajini, is it his insecurity about the product working overtime and as SRK stays in, is it his silent confidence speaking louder than his actions? One thing is for sure, the holiday season will be very entertaining.

~All i can say is we have to wait and watch!




One response

7 12 2008

I find Ghajini a very unique film. It is a psychological action thriller, which depicts the higher tier of Bollywood movies. SRK’s movie Rab Ne is the same mediocre storyline with nothing new about it.
Bollywood needs some fresh, new movies and not redundancy.
I wish Ghajini all the best.

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