Twenty years after playing a double role in Judwaa (1997), Salman Khan will reportedly have a double role in No Entry Mein Entry – a sequel to the 2005 Hindi film, No Entry. According to a Deccan Chronicle report, Anil Kapoor and Fardeen Khan will also have double roles in the film.
Speaking to Deccan Chronicle, director Anees Bazmee rubbished rumours of the film getting shelved. “I don’t know where the news of shelving is coming from. I am giving the final touches to the script. I got busy with shooting Mubarakan, but now we are back on track. We will have to work on his dates though,” he said.
Until mid-last year, news of Salman Khan allegedly “walking out” of the film had been doing the rounds. Some reports suggested that while Salman was looking for good comedy scripts, his tight schedule disallowed him from committing to No Entry Mein Entry. Bazmee has been working on the sequel to the 2005 film since 2012.
Confirming that the film will take place, producer Boney Kapoor told Deccan Chorincle that the date for the film to go on floors hasn’t yet been decided.
Salman Khan, meanwhile, has two films in the pipeline – Tubelight directed by Kabir Khan and Tiger Zinda Hai directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.