Salman Khan to play the main lead in ‘No Entry’ sequel
Mumbai: Salman Khan is set to woo us all again. The actor, who was last seen in superhit ‘Dabangg’, will be seen in a comic avatar in a sequel to ‘No Entry’. The film that was almost ready to hit floor and was to commence shooting early this year has now been sent back to the drawing board to give incorporate a lead role for Salman.
Initially planned with a blink and miss act for Salman, the film is now rewritten to become an out an out Salman Khan comedy.
Confirming the news a source said, “Producer Boney Kapoor and director Anees Bazmee, have sent the script of the sequel to No Entry back to the drawing board with very strict instructions: make room for more Salman Khan, much more. And that’s the reason why it will no longer be a three-star project starring Anil Kapoor- Fardeen Khan and Salman Khan, but an Salman comedy.”
Talking to a news daily, Bazmee said, “We’ve scrapped the original idea of a sequel. I’m writing a new version of New Entry Mein Entry which will have a lot more of Salman Khan than the original.”
“His fans will be delighted with his role in the film. Salman had done ‘No Entry’ as a goodwill gesture. We can’t have him in the sequel doing a cameo, can we?” he adds.
Well looks like Salman Khan’s fans are in for a delightful treat.