This time, we bring you the moody and romantic stars and cricketers under the Cancer sign:
The Anglo-Indian girl who made it big in Bollywood is a true Cancerian. Coming from a broken family, Katrina Kaif did not let her language barrier get in the way and is one of the most coveted actresses in Bollywood today. And though the pretty lass might have had her ups and downs in her personal life, she has never let it affect her performance on screen. For those who thought that she can only be the arm-candy on to the hero, she silenced her critics with her performance in Raajneeti and can still wow us with Sheila ki jawaani.
Priyanka Chopra may have come from the world of modelling but she made sure she used it to her best. A true Cancerian, she is very attached to her family and loves spending time with them. She is loyal to her family and friends and never badmouths a movie though it may not have been very successful at the box-office. Her sensitive and loyal nature makes her a favourite with many of her directors. The multi-talented actress can do 12 different roles in a film (What’s Your Raashee?) or 7 avatars in a film (7 Khoon Maaf) with elan.
More on Cancerians: Those born under the sign of Cancer, ruled by the mysterious Moon, are one of the zodiac’s enigmas. Compassionate and caring with friends, family and lovers, yet they can cut to the bone with their jealous remarks and ever-changing moods.Life doesn’t stand still for this sign, even if they remain in one place, because they live so much in their internal oceans of emotions. Love and romance matter more than anything else to this sign though no sign takes it so badly when romance turns sour either. But with their changeable natures Cancerians are fascinating, mysterious, stimulating and extremely alluring.
India’s most successful offspin bowler might not watch his mouth on the field, but his bowling does all the talking. His whiplash action might leave many sceptical but his performance is still top. He takes rivalries personally and you only need to see him steamroll his opponents to believe that. Harbhajan is best as a friend, worst as an enemy.
He may not be in the team any longer and his exclusion may have upset many, but no one can deny that Sourav Ganguly was India’s most successful Test captain. The Indian captain who removed his shirt at Lords in 2002, made a formidable team of talented youngsters. Teamed with Sachin Tendulkar, they formed one of the most destructive opening pairs in history.