Anees Bazmee will be directing the sequel which is set to go on floors later this year.
Last Updated: 02.04 AM, Jun 17, 2022
Some movie gimmicks are illogical, and they often come across as bizarre rather than stunning. Now, as per reports on Salman Khan's impending No Entry sequel, that isn't the case. This ensemble comedy, titled No Entry Mein Entry, will feature not one or two, but ten leading ladies.
As per reports in ETimes, an industry insider revealed that the three major men from the original 2005 film, Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, and Fardeen Khan, will be seen in triple roles, and multiple ladies will be needed to play opposite their individual personas. So, each leading man will have three leading ladies due to their triple avatars.
Meanwhile, the original film's female cast, which included Bipasha Basu, Lara Dutta, Esha Deol, and Celina Jaitly, may or may not return for the sequel. Reports have it that Salman Khan Films is working hard to reunite the same cast of starring females, but it appears that this will be tough for the time being.
Anees Bazmee is set to direct No Entry Mein Entry, which is set to go on floors in the fourth quarter of this year.
Earlier, during an interaction with PTI, Bazmee had shared that the script for the film has been finalised. He had said that he had told Salman about it, and that he had really liked it. The filmmaker said it's a well-written and really entertaining flick and is going to be a massive franchise. Bazmee is sure the audience is eagerly anticipating the conclusion of chapter two.
He went on to say that Salman told him at Baba Siddique's iftar gathering that they were starting the film shortly, and he was ready. That equation is shared by Salman and Bazmee. The filmmaker added that the superstar is looking forward to doing No Entry Mein Entry soon.
The actor is currently shooting for Farhad Samji's film opposite Pooja Hegde.