Will ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ gather enough ‘baaraatis’? Ganesha finds out

beautiful, charming, and extrovert ‘desi kudi’ from the East is all
set to take her wedding vows with the smart, intelligent, and shy
‘NRI munda’ from the West. The tale starts with Manu (R Madhavan)
from London, coming down to India to see Tanu (Kangana Ranaut), a
prospective Indian bride. Their eyes meet, but habits don’t. However,
Manu, a simple, shy guy is awed by the outgoing, bubbly Tanu, a
complete opposite (the typical, cliched ‘opposites attract’ theory).
The guy next door character that Madhavan portrays suits him, but
Kangana appears in an avatar like never before. This archetypal
Bollywood story, churned by debutante
director Aanand Rai, may
not, on surface, seem really ‘different’ to many, but then you never
know! The music of the movie too has not really topped any charts.
Since it’s a classic great Indian wedding story, the audiences will
look forward to some foot tapping music and dance numbers along with
the usual twists and turns.
Hopefully, Jimmy Shergill and Ravi Kissen, the special invitees to
the wedding, will duly entertain the audiences and win them over.

‘mismatch’ ties the knot on 25th
February, 2011. Will the wedding of Tanu and Manu gather
enough ‘baaraatis’? Will this wedding become a memorable one for all
those who attend it? Ganesha finds out with the help of Vedic

Weds Manu
time chart for India’s major territory


  • Venus,
    the significator of arts is placed in the 10th
    House, being the Lord of the 7th

  • Moon is debilitated.

  • Stellium
    of Sun, Mars and Mercury in the 11th

  • Ascendant
    Lord Mars is well placed in the 11th

  • The
    Lord of the 9th
    House is placed in the 12th



  • Ganesha feels that Tanu Weds Manu is likely to have
    more than 60 percent opening at box office.

  • Film will be very entertaining, and female characters
    are likely to grab eyeballs as Venus is in the Kendra Sthaan (on an
    angle of the chart).

  • According to Ganesha, the film is likely to mint money

  • Foot tapping music is likely to popularise the songs,
    feels Ganesha. Choreography too will be good.

  • This film will also make good money in small territories
    and regions. Even if this film doesn’t do extraordinarily well in
    the major territories, Ganesha feels that film’s business will not
    be affected.

  • As
    there is no planet opposing Venus, the Lord of the 7th
    House, there is no tough competition for the film and no fight at the box

Good luck and may Lord Ganesha bless the cast and crew
of Tanu Weds Manu.

Ganesha’s Grace,

The GaneshaSpeaks Team


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