Controversy just doesn’t seem to leave Veer. After a run-in with the Rajasthan High Court, a Rs 20-lakh fine for damaging the historic Amber Fort and allegations of cheating on fees due for using the premises, there’s more trouble brewing on the horizon.
Now, members of the Bishnoi community have lodged an FIR against the crew for cutting down 4-5 khejri trees in Gajner without appropriate permission.
What seems to ail the film? The answer to all these jinxes seems to lie in numerology — Salman's numbers just do not seem to be in his favour.
According to numerologist Master Lok Deepak Bakshi, “Veer’s destiny number is 23, and 2 + 3 = 5. Salman’s personal year number in 2009 adds to 5. So there is an over-concentration of the number 5 in the whole scenario.” 5 is supposed to be the most dynamic number in numerology.
“That’s why there is commotion. Nothing is happening the way it is intended and every thing is going haywire,” he says, adding, “By hook or crook so many things are being tried and tested by the crew that things are going overboard. Hence the controversies.”
Is there anything that can help? “The advice for Salman Khan and people connected with Veer is to go at a steady pace and avoid underhand things. Impulsiveness, short cuts, tempers and mood swings should be controlled, otherwise there will be more controversies, mishaps and problems,” says Bakshi.
And that’s not all. The numerologist predicts more trouble in store at the time of release of the film.