After playing hide and seek with the makers for various reasons, the actor has finally opted out of the film.
Finally some confirmations: Salman Khan is out of being considered for the No Entry sequel, billed as No Entry Mein Entry.
The actor has been playing hide and seek with the filmmakers, causing producer Boney Kapoor to director Anees Bazmee to chase him time and again, for a long time. While Salman has been allotting dates to all his other filmmakers, he has rather turned a cold shoulder towards this sequel.
Additionally, Salman has also ambushed the title Wanted along with the name of the character Radhe in his next film, the Eid release Radhe: India’s Most Wanted Bhai. So in the given situation, Boney and Salman have severed professional ties for the time being.
Wags have suggested that Salman has not agreed to do the film because it is expected to star Boney’s son Arjun Kapoor, who is now dating his former sister-in-law Malaika Arora.
“Salman is out of the project. Boneyji and Anees will take a call very soon on who they want to cast in the role of Prem and will make an announcement once they get the right kind of star to take the franchise forward. The script has been ready for a long time and the project will mount the floors once he casting is done,” says an industry source.