Future beckons Puru
Delhi-based psychic 'Dabbuji' met Puru while the actor was shooting for Anil Sharma's forthcoming film. Here is how he reads the actor's future...india Updated: Sep 06, 2003 11:25 IST
Puru Raj Kumar seems to be one tenacious star son. It was only four years after his rather insipid entry into the film-world in 1996 (remember Bal Brahmachari?) that his potential as an actor was recognised (Mission Kashmir and Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai). And now, seven years later, the road ahead doesn't seem very promising either for the 36-year-old 'Jaani Junior'. But he hasn't given up.
"It's going to be difficult for him till February 24, 2004," declares Delhi-based psychic Naresh Kumar 'Dabbuji'. "Thereafter, there would be a steady rise in his popularity as an actor. This propitious time would go on till 2012 though there would be a fair share of lows as well," he adds.
Dabbuji was in Mumbai recently and it was on the sets of Anil Sharma's (director Gadar and Hero) Watan Ab Aapke Hawale Saathiyon where he met Puru.
"Puru is a person of strong character. Clear hearted, straightforward and emotional, Puru is a one-woman man and would remain steadfastly devoted to his wife. He will have two children," says Dabbuji, who is visually challenged and claims to read the future of a person by sensing one's energy field and feeling the pulse.
The year 2010 would be most favourable for Puru, by which time he would have reached the peak of his film career, he says. Though he would mostly be seen in supporting roles, he should appear in at least 12 films as the male lead, according to the psychic perception of Dabbuji.
Three of Puru's films will release in 2004 and though all will do well, it will be the second of the three that will be the major career booster. In fact Dabbuji also indicates that an award or two might be in store for the actor in 2006.
"One constant worry that would hound Puru would be his wife's health. She would have to undergo two surgeries," he predicts. Puru himself would enjoy good health throughout and would live to be 83 years old.
There is another area that Dabbuji sees the actor entering - politics. "There are strong chances that Puru would become a political figure after the year 2015. His relations would push him into the field," he says.
"Puru is a prince at heart and likes to live likewise. His financial status would allow him to do so, always, thankfully," Dabbuji crosses his fingers. Amen.
First Published: Sep 06, 2003 11:15 IST