Boney Kapoor, who has produced films like Mr India, Judaai, Wanted and No Entry in the past, will be soon meeting Salman Khan for the No Entry sequel. No Entry, which was released in 2005 and was directed by Anees Bazmee, had Salman, Anil Kapoor, Fardeen Khan, Celina Jaitely, Esha Deol and Bipasha Basu playing pivotal roles.
Kapoor revealed while speaking to a leading daily that Anil and Fardeen have already given a nod for the sequel. Speaking about Salman he said, “I am going to meet Salman very soon and discuss the sequel. If he can’t do it then we will explore possibilities. We have a script ready so we will explore (other actors).” Kapoor added, “It (story) was worked out with him (Salman) in mind. For us to go ahead with the sequel we will have to chat with him (Salman) first. He is a fantastic guy to work with, we have had a wonderful experience working with him but I would respect his decision (about the sequel).”
When Kapoor was asked about rumours of Hrithik Roshan being approached for No Entry, he said that Hrithik has not been approached yet and that the decision to cast any other actor will only be taken place after he meets Salman.