EXCLUSIVE: Daisy Shah will not appear in No Entry 2; Salman Khan and Anees Bazmee have yet to finalize the cast.

Daisy Shah was recently reported to be joining the cast of Anees Bazmee’s No Entry 2 as one of the female roles. However, according to our sources, this is not the case, and the filmmakers will begin casting this month. “The three main characters of No Entry 2 are locked — Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, and Fardeen Khan,” a source said. “However, the rest of the cast will be decided in due course.”
According to the source, No Entry 2 will feature ten actors, a mix of women from different eras. “The comedy of errors stars Salman, Anil, and Fardeen in a triple role, with each character being matched with an actress. When the tenth girl enters the frame, the uncertainty increases even more. “This role will be similar to Bipasha Basu’s in the original, and the producers are looking for an A-List actress to play it,” the source revealed.
While getting the top ten women on board will be difficult, No Entry’s female cast will be a mix of rookies, 2000s stars, and top bracket stars. “It’s a picture about the nine musketeers, and the entire comedy is based on a misidentification.” It’s a three-to-the-power-of-three no-entry zone.” “One can’t have a precise plan in place at this point,” the source said when asked about the shooting schedule, “but the movie is provisionally slated to go on floors after Salman Khan finishes filming for Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali.” Salman has committed to devote bulk dates to the team of No Entry because it is a triple character comedy, and he is ecstatic to be back in the comedic realm after Ready.”
For those who are unaware, Salman is presently filming Tiger 3 and will only move on to filming his longer role in Chiranjeevi’s Godfather once it is completed. Salman is anticipated to start working on Sajid Nadiadwala’s Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali around the middle of March, before moving on to No Entry 2. In addition to Dabangg 4, which is now being written by Tigmanshu Dhulia, he has the Ravindra Kaushik biopic, Black Tiger, directed by Rajkumar Gupta, in his pocket. A big-budget jungle adventure is also in the works, and it’s being billed as his most ambitious picture under his label, Salman Khan Films, and once the script is finalized, it’ll take precedence over the others.

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