The cold war between Sallu and the No Entry director has finally come to an end and the sequel No Entry Mein Entry will go on floors next year
Salman Khan and Anees Bazmee’s association resulted in two super hit films – No Entry and Ready. Unfortunately, the actor-director reportedly had some disagreement on the sets of Ready, and so upset was the superstar with Anees that he purposely kept delaying his project No Entry Mein Entry even after having green signalled it. And the Being Human actor instead allocated dates to three big banner movies – Sohail Khan’s Mental, Sajid Nadiadwala’s Kick and Sooraj Barjatya’s yet untitled project.
Since the sequel to the 2005 hit is going to be bigger (and we hope better too), Bazmee was busy finalising the leading ladies and other male protagonists after Salman showed keen interest in doing the film. The filmmaker was supposed to start shooting early this year but Salman’s court cases and health issues further delayed this ambitious project. And this time Bazmee couldn’t even complain!
Now, our Bandra-based khabroo informs us that all the animosity between the actor and the director is a thing of the past. We hear the Mental star and the Ready director have finally patched up, courtesy Boney Kapoor, who took the initiative of breaking the ice between the two, obviously for his own benefit. From what we hear, Boney (producer of No Entry) wants to cash in on the success of his hit comedy and wants the sequel to be made, asap!
And now, the laugh riot is expected to go on floors in June next year.