Friday, 29 September 2017

Astrology, awards and movies — the extraordinary journey of Sundeep Kochar


Eminent astrologer Sundeep Kochar is a popular name all around the world. From being a celebrity astrologer to making debut with the Marathi movie Bhavishyachi Aishi Taishi — Sundeep Kochar’s journey has been no less fascinating than his profession.
Sundeep Kochar began his career as an astrologer. He has appeared in many TV shows worldwide, such as Bach Ke Rehna on Zee News, Guiding Star on ARY Digital (Dubai) and What’s Your Rashi on Zee TV, among others. His most popular show has been Kismat Ke Sitaare on Zee News. Viewed in more than 120 countries, the show completed over 2,740 episodes — a first in TV history.
Accurate prediction is what brought fame to Sundeep Kochar. The astrology mogul even made correct predictions about the winner of US presidential elections– not once, but twice — the first being Barack Obama, and later, Donald Trump.
Sundeep Kochar’s work has been recognized globally. He is the only astrologer to be registered in the Limca Book of Records for hosting the longest running astrology show ever on television. Recently, he was given away the Nostradamus of India Award by Ex-Deputy Prime minister of Thailand, His Excellency Korn Dabbaransi in 10th International Seminar organised by All India Business & Community Foundation in Bangkok.
A multi-talented personality, Sundeep Kochar is now all set to make his debut in one-of-its-kind Marathi movie, Bhavishyachi Aishi Taishi. The real-life astrologer has turned reel-life astrologer for the movie. Bhavishyachi Aishi Taishi also stars Ruchita Jadhav, Manasi Naik and Harshali Jeni as the leading ladies.
Directed by Surendra Verma and produced by Ramesh Talware, Bhavishyachi Aishi Taishi is India’s first astrological thriller. The movie releases on October 6. During the promotion of his upcoming film, Sundeep Kochar said, “Filmmakers these days are experimenting with fresh ideas that moviegoers connect with on an emotional level. New themes and better technological skills are the keys that have changed the Indian cinema a lot.”
Talking about his role, the popular astrologer explained, “The movie is doing justice to the concept of astrological predictions and its influence. Although the film is about astrology, it doesn’t endorse blind faith.” He passionately believes in destiny and it being preordained, it is written, it is for all mankind and it unravels with time.
Destiny does not discriminate; we need to learn to accept the path that has been written for us.

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