'No Entry Mein Entry' to have nine heroines
Director Anees Bazmee's sequel to 'No Entry' will have a plethora of heroines and three male leads - Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor and Fardeen Khan, who will play double roles
The film titled 'No Entry Mein Entry' is a sequel to the 2005 hit comedy film 'No Entry' in which all the leading men will play double roles and to accompany them there will be nine heroines.
"As far as the heroes are concerned, we have not changed the star cast - Salman, Anil and Fardeen will be part of the sequel. But they will have double roles. We would have as many as nine heroines in the film but I can't reveal much, as we are on the final stage of scripting," Bazmee told PTI.
"With double roles and nine heroines there will be more misunderstanding, confusion...all this will lead to a humorous situation," he said.
'No Entry' featured Salman, Anil, Fardeen, Esha Deol, Lara Dutta and Bipasha Basu in the lead. "We might retain few actresses from the first part. There will be established heroines and one or two newcomers. But it is too early to confirm anything now. We will reveal their names hopefully by next month," Bazmee said.
"All the nine heroines have a good and concrete role in the film. The script demands nine heroines...it is not like they are just there for the heck of it," he said. The director is likely to finish with his script in another 15-20 days.
"As the film has a huge star cast so we want to lock the dates of all of them before we go on floors. The shooting will start either by the end of this year or early next year," he added.