Post his 5 year sentence being suspended by the Bombay High Court, Salman Khan has been trying to wrap up shooting for his films before the next court hearing in June. ��The actor also made the decision to walk out of Karan Johar’s ‘Shuddhi’, as shooting had not yet begun, but filmmaker Boney Kapoor confirms that his ‘No Entry Mein Entry’ will not happen without Khan.
Speaking to��Absolute India,��Boney��Kapoor said, “We will definitely do this film but it all depends on Salman. ��It is best to be left to him to decide that when he wants to start. I have not met him; perhaps I will have a chat with him and most probably will know the status then. ��’No Entry Mein Entry’ cannot be done without Salman Khan.”
Khan is currently busy wrapping up shooting for��Kabir Khan’s ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ and Sooraj Barjatya’s ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’, as well as post-production work for’Hero’.
‘No Entry Mein Entry’ is to be directed by Anees Bazmee, who is presently working on ‘Welcome Back’. ��There is a possibility that Bazmee will move straight onto ‘Aankhen 2’ after ‘Welcome Back’, leaving further curiosity on the status of the ‘No Entry’ sequel.
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