Boney Kapoor confirms 'No Entry 2', shares Anil Kapoor is 'angry, not talking'

Boney Kapoor confirms 'No Entry 2', shares Anil Kapoor is 'angry, not talking'

Producer Boney Kapoor recently confirmed the sequel of the 2005 multi-starrer comedy ‘No Entry’ is ready to roll. In a new interview, Boney spilled that Varun Dhawan, Diljit Dosanjh and Arjun Kapoor are set to headline the second part.

Producer Boney Kapoor confirms 'No Entry' sequel with Varun Dhawan, Diljit Dosanjh, and Arjun Kapoor in lead roles, set to roll by December 2024. Concerns about concept plagiarism raised. Anil Kapoor disappointed for not being included. Varun Dhawan and Arjun Kapoor busy with other projects.

The film, which will complete 20 years in 2025, originally starred Salman Khan, Fardeen Khan and Anil Kapoor in the lead. Directed by Anees Bazmee, the film also featured Bipasha Basu, Esha Deol, Lara Dutta and Celina Jaitley in key roles.

Now, in an interview with Indian Express, Boney Kapoor confirmed ‘No Entry 2’ and said, “The film is on cards, and we are set for it. It is a big one and we will probably start rolling by December this year. We have got Varun, Arjun and Diljit. There will be a lot of actresses as well.”

While the original was a movie about philandering men, it is reported that the sequel will feature double roles of Varun, Diljit and Arjun.

The producer further mentioned that they are tight-lipped about the concept of the sequel as he fears it getting plagiarized. “Earlier, the concept had spilled over and some films had copied it, or rather ‘adapted’ it. I don’t want to name the film, so it is better not to speak about it. I used to brag about the unusual concept we had but then I found out there was another film that was made with the same concept,” he added.

In another interview with Zoom, Boney revealed that his brother Anil Kapoor, who was a part of the first installment, is angry with him. it is because the actor wanted to be a part of the film, however, Boney said that there was 'no space'.

"I know he wanted to be a part of the No Entry sequel, but there was no space. I wanted to explain why I did what I did," he said. The producer mentioned that his brother is still not talking properly with him.

Meanwhile, Varun Dhawan is currently shooting for his next film with Shashank Khaitan and David Dhawan. Arjun Kapoor, on the other hand, is busy with Rohit Shety's 'Singham Again'

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