There’s an interesting mix of newcomers in 2013. This week the cards tell us who has luck on their side and who will struggle. Will some of them manage their transition from TV to films smoothly?
The list of actors who will be debuting this year just seems to be growing; some are kids from filmi families, some from the television world and some from down South. This week the cards tell us a bit more about the future of these new actors.
Film: Kai Po Che – he will be loved and adored. The hype around him will be justified by a strong performance which will validate other filmmakers signing Sushant for various projects. The Two of Wands shows him growing towards successful international projects. He will take calculated risks with his career, but he may have to deal with some trouble on the personal front.
Film: Kai Po Che – there hasn’t been a real emphasis on Amit, but he certainly should not be overlooked. The Seven of Wands and the Sun card reflect him to be an actor at ease with his craft. In fact, his performance will be impressive and he will be appreciated for doing justice to his role. This film will lead to better opportunities for Amit.
Film: Heropanti – despite being highly respected for the hard work he has put into his launch, and despite his film’s eventual appreciation, the audiences will take their time to accept Tiger. The Hanged Man and the Five of Pentacles show unnecessary delays in his career taking off.
Film: Himmatwala – there will be appreciation on the aesthetic level. Her looks will gain more interest than her acting. Therefore, with the revelation of the Ten of Swords, she will have to put in additional work to improve. Although her start in Bollywood will be inconsistent, she will overcome this and be liked for her acting abilities.
Film: Shootout at Wadala – there is maturity in his working approach. His sensitivity and natural abilities are obvious, but struggles are plentiful. The Three and Ten of Wands are cards of strain and inconsistency, which will bother him for the first year of his career. It will be his drive that will earn him respect within the industry.
Film: Murder 3 – this journey is not going to be easy. Sara’s launch will be positive but she will be unable to capitalise on this. The Page of Cups warns of the importance of being practical and realistic to see success. Her looks will see her get more projects, but none that will take her career higher – there is still time for that, hence patience will be key.
Film: Rangrezz – with her small role in English Vinglish, Priya will have expectations from her lead debut in Bollywood, but with the Ace of Cups and Five of Swords appearing together, the response will be hot and cold. She will not appear entirely comfortable and may find her second Hindi film reflecting her acting abilities better.
Film: Chashme Baddoor – the Emperor displays her confidence and also the respect for the opportunity she has received. Chashme Baddoor will be a comfortable starting point for her into Bollywood, but new possibilities may not live up to her expectations and therefore would go through a phase of disappointments.
Film: Ramaiya Vasta Vaiya – there is immense potential for Girish’s career to shine from the onset. He will look comfortable and enjoy the adulation he receives. His launch will give him success and with the Hierophant showing balance, he will make wise career moves.
Film: Mickey Virus – the transition for Manish, although filled with uneasiness, will find him being truly respected for his performance. The Ten of Cups reflects its positivity on the future of his acting career. He will look comfortable and make a conscious effort to bring out a different side of himself.
Film: Mickey Virus – it will take at least a year for Elli to adjust into Bollywood. Upon release, she will feel disappointed by the way she is perceived and the opportunities she receives. In fact, the Fool shows her being overlooked despite showing some potential caliber to be a good actor.