No Entry director Anees Bazmee: Will make No Entry sequel even if Salman Khan doesn’t join

It was actually like a guest (appearance), he had 15-20 days of work. Last year, the Mubarakan director had revealed that he was ready with the script of No Entry Mein Entry and is just waiting to get the dates of Salman. But people loved his part. “It is an important role and we have to look at the advantages and disadvantages as to who is doing the film (if Salman is not doing the film). 2017-12-24T22:17:40+00:00″>
Updated: December 24, 2017 10:17 pm

Anees Bazmee is yet to get a nod from Salman Khan for No Entry sequel. The filmmaker, however, said he is not frustrated because of the delay. “Salman is a fantastic actor, he is a star. If I was a director, maybe I would have become frustrated, but I am happy and content as I have lot of work to do as a writer. On the speculation of casting, particularly for Salman’s part and his alleged replacement, Bazmee said, even he has heard about them (Arjun and Akshay), but there has been no discussion about it. “I am a very positive person. Related News
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It is being reported that for Salman’s character Prem, Arjun Kapoor might roped in. The central characters of a film often tend to be part of the sequel, seen in case of Golmaal or Dhoom franchises. Although there is a lot of buzz about the sequel of the hit comedy film, the makers are yet to make a formal announcement about the status of the project.