WHAT! Salman Khan Demanded Full Control Of ‘No Entry Mein Entry’; Angry Boney Kapoor Removed Him From The Film?

Boney Kapoor has reportedly decided to make the ‘No Entry’ sequel without Salman Khan after he demanded full control of the film’s production

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WHAT! Salman Khan Demanded Full Control Of ‘No Entry Mein Entry’; Angry Boney Kapoor Removed Him From The Film?
Anees Bazmee’s 2005 released comedy ‘No Entry’ starring Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, and Fardeen Khan is the most loved film of all time. Fans were left quite excited after its sequel ‘No Entry Mein Entry’ was confirmed and it was reported that the film will go on floors in January next year. However, now as per the latest update on the film’s sequel, Salman has decided to walk out of the project because of his fallout with producer Boney Kapoor over the film's rights.

According to a report in Times of India, the Dabangg actor wanted to handle the entire production of ‘No Entry Mein Entry’ and this irked Boney who already had his production set up ready for several years now. This led to a fallout between the two and thus the producer has reportedly axed Salman from the project. The insider was quoted saying, “That came as a surprise because Boney has had an entire production set-up for several years.” The report added that Salman also wanted to own the negative and the IPR of the franchise along with the digital and satellite rights of the film. And, because of these alleged unrealistic demands of Khan, Boney has now decided to make the No Entry sequel without him. ALSO READ: WHAT? Janhvi Kapoor Reveals Her Dad Boney Kapoor Isn’t Rich Enough To Get Her Acting Opportunities; Says, ‘They Must’ve Appreciated Something About Me’


If this report turns out to be true, fans are sure to get disappointed as they have been waiting to see Salman reprising his role in ‘No Entry Mein Entry.’
Meanwhile, ‘No Entry’ which was an official remake of the Tamil film Charlie Chaplin, also starred Bipasha Basu, Lara Dutta, Esha Deol, and Celina Jaitly. 

The film went on to become the highest-grossing film of 2005 and was a commercial hit at the box office, grossing a worldwide total of Rs 74.13 crore.



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