Boney Kapoor to seek Salman Khan's availability for a long-in-the-planning sequel to his 2005 comic caper
Even as reports suggest that Salman Khan will begin work on a film by brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri post 'Sultan', producer Boney Kapoor has decided to personally seek the star's dates for a much-delayed sequel to 'No Entry' (2005). The makers have been waiting for the last three years for Sallu to allot dates to part deux of the 2005 film titled 'No Entry Mein Entry'.
Boney Kapoor and Salman Khan
Aneez Bazmee, who will be helming the sequel, says: "I am not sure when we will begin filming it. Boneyji will meet Salman in the next two weeks to get his dates. If he gives his dates, I will start the shoot right away,"
Last year, Boney had reportedly stated that Salman allotted 134 days to the film, which was officially supposed to go on floors in January 2015. He had also confirmed that Anil Kapoor and Fardeen Khan have been retained for the second instalment with Bipasha Basu, Lara Dutta and Celina Jaitley also on board. However, recent reports suggested that Salman may just bow out of the film although he had orally committed to Boney to be part of the film.
The makers now do not want to delay the project any further. "It is a big film and since it is a multi-starrer, it will take longer to complete the shooting. So, if in the next meeting, Salman gives his dates, I will start the casting process for 10 actresses and start rolling. Getting the others actors on board won't be a problem," says Bazmee.