A Dif­fi­cult Pe­riod Awaits Vi­jay Mallya

India Business Journal - - STAR TALK -

Vi­jay Mallya was once hailed as the King of Good Times. But times have changed for him dras­ti­cally. He is now em­broiled in se­ri­ous le­gal mat­ters. Re­cent de­vel­op­ments have tight­ened the noose around the chair­man of the grounded King­fisher Air­lines. What will his fu­ture be? Here is what Gane­sha has to say: Astro anal­y­sis

Likely to face dif­fi­cult chal­lenges: Mr Mallya is pass­ing through ad­verse plan­e­tary tran­sits. Hence, the next two years will prob­a­bly be the worst for him. He will face nu­mer­ous ob­struc­tions and hin­drances in his path.

Will face strong neg­a­tive emo­tions: These de­vel­op­ments will in­crease his fear, anger and other neg­a­tive emo­tions. Mr Mallya may face sep­a­ra­tion from his near and dear ones. There may be a sud­den in­crease in emo­tional and psy­cho­log­i­cal stress. Loss on peace of

mind: Be­sides, his phys­i­cal and men­tal health is likely to go down. Mr Mallya will be at his weak­est. He will lose his peace of mind. Dur­ing this phase, he may also face fi­nan­cial chal­lenges.

Le­gal is­sues to get more com­pli­cated: From Oc­to­ber 2018, tran­sit­ing Jupiter will pass through the 12th house, where the na­tal Saturn and Rahu are posited. The over­all sce­nario in his le­gal bat­tle will be full of trou­bles. This will com­pli­cate mat­ters for Mr Mallya.

Govern­ment will get tougher with him: His na­tal Sun will be in dire straits due to the move­ment of Saturn and Ketu. In the com­ing pe­riod, his en­e­mies will only grow in num­ber. The govern­ment will not go easy on Mr Mallya.

Jail sen­tence fore­seen: Mr Mallya may even face im­pris­on­ment. He is un­likely to get re­lief in the months to come. The govern­ment will be suc­cess­ful in get­ting him brought to book. The near fu­ture does not look promis­ing for Mr Mallya.

The next two years will prob­a­bly be the worst for Mr Mallya, thanks to ad­verse plan­e­tary tran­sits.

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