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Chaya Unnikrishnan (DNA; January 6, 2013)Actor Salman Khan on the sets of Bigg Boss DNA
The show Bigg Boss hasn’t exactly been parivarik, though that’s what you have been saying since it began… We wanted it to be that way and to a certain extent it has been like that. But yes, sometimes contestants have gone overboard. However, in real life also people abuse each other but no one takes notice. If someone wants to make a big deal out of it like Imam (Siddiqui), he will do it. Also, you have to understand that if there are no fights, it will not be Bigg Boss. You cannot put a limit on anything. Some people consider this entertainment. Yes, women audiences pull back but the younger generation loves it. It’s a difficult format for the host and contestants. The channel wants it be more expressive and they may be right about it for the ratings but I have a slightly different view. There has to be a fun element but the amount they expect is something I am not comfortable with.
Will you be hosting the next season? Let’s see. They haven’t asked me yet.
Your latest outing Dabangg 2 has also made over Rs 100 crores… Is a third one in the offing? In another 10 days, Dabangg 2 will cross Rs 150 crores. And yes, there will be a third instalment but after sometime. Right now, I have Kick, Sher Khan and the sequel to No Entry to complete.
Since Wanted you have been doing action and masala entertainers. In fact, many others too are cashing in on the genre… There are lots of More >
With three films locked for next year, the actor has no room for his former friend who has been waiting for six years to shoot the sequel to No Entry
Vickey Lalwani (MUMBAI MIRROR; December 21, 2012)
Wanted in 2009, Dabangg in 2010, Bodyguard in 2011 and Ek Tha Tiger in 2012 - Salman Khan has successfully ruled the box office during Eid for many years. And the actor is in no mood to relinquish his rights over the festive occasion, fifth year in a row.
In fact, he has already started planning for Eid 2013. Salman and brother Sohail have locked in the festive weekend for their project Radhe. It has now emerged that Salman will play a military officer in the film, and may need to shed all that excess flab he has accumulated over the past few months.
With this, one gets a clearer picture of Salman’s slate for 2013: Radhe followed by Sajid Nadiadwala’s Kick and Sooraj Barjatya’s next. “That’s all he is doing in 2013. He cannot possibly do more,” a friend of Salman said. If that is indeed the case, it is evident that Salman has, once again, cold shouldered (former?) friends Anees Bazmee and Boney Kapoor who have been waiting for him to greenlight the sequel to No Entry which released in 2005 for years now. And that may be because Salman is yet to forgive Bazmee, who had walked out of Ready while shooting in Bangkok thanks to major disagreements with the star.
Bazmee, once the master of sequels and the busiest filmmaker in town, has often reiterated that No Entry Mein Entry, More >
The actor confirms shooting for Sajid Nadiadwala’s next and a host of other films in the coming year
Kunal M Shah (MID-DAY; December 15, 2012)
Come New Year, and people draw up a long list of things to do. But looks like for Salman Khan, his 2013 calendar is already choc-o-bloc with a series of his future film projects. And Sajid Nadiadwala’s directorial debut Kick is one among the many.
Salman has officially confirmed that he will start shooting for Nadiadwala’s Hindi remake of a South film next year as soon as his film with Sohail Khan gets over. Sohail’s film is targeted to hit the theatres during Eid.
Our source says, “Ever since Kick has been announced and Sajid took over the reins as the director from Shirish Kunder, the film has been in news. There have been various rumours floating in the trade suggesting that the film has been shelved. There was also buzz that all is not well between Sajid and Salman. The two have been friends for many years and Salman is very charged up about his close friend directing a film for the first time.”
Salman says, “After Dabangg 2 releases I will start work on Sajid’s film around April-May next year.” Incidentally Salman has committed to a couple of other films too but is keen that he also starts work on his close friend and mentor Sooraj Barjatya’s film soon. Salman says, “There is the sequel of No Entry and Ramesh Taurani’s film which are being planned. Barjatya is working on the script.” Meanwhile the actor apparently is also More >
Director Anees Bazmee has finalised three of the ten heroines for the sequel to his 2005 blockbuster No Entry that stars Salman, Anil and Fardeen
Vickey Lalwani (MUMBAI MIRROR; November 8, 2012)
It’s a double whammy for Anees Bazmee. Not only will the director kick-start his collaboration with Sohail Khan that does not star Salman Khan (Mumbai Mirror, November 6), he will also begin Boney Kapoor’s No Entry Mein Entry that sees three actors: Salman, Anil Kapoor and Fardeen Khan in double roles. However, it doesn’t end there. The latest development on the No Entry Mein Entry front is that Bazmee has chosen Bipasha Basu, Lara Dutta and Celina Jaitly as the three leading ladies in his film. Incidentally, the sequel to the 2005 blockbuster No Entry will be both Lara and Celina’s first film post motherhood. And while three of the beauties have been finalised, the film features ten heroines. “The search for the remaining seven actresses continues. This isn’t an easy cast to put together,” said a source close to the project. Speaking about the chosen three, the source said, “Bipasha, Lara and Celina will be seen in very glamorous roles. They have all agreed to do the film.”
Earlier on October 26, on the sidelines of the launch of a music album, Bazmee had told a section of the media, “I feel the script of No Entry Mein Entry is written beautifully and it will definitely turn out to be a good film”. However when probed about the ten femme fatales in his film, he had refrained from More >
Will work with Anees Bazmee, who had a spat with Salman during Ready
Vickey Lalwani (MUMBAI MIRROR; November 6, 2012)
Salman Khan’s protégés are breaking free of his reassuring grip. After Katrina teamed up with his arch rival Shah Rukh Khan, younger brother Sohail is going solo. And that too with someone who’s had a famous falling out with him.
Sohail has teamed up with Anees Bazmee who walked out of Ready following an ugly spat with Salman on the Bangkok sets— for the remake of a South film. And the film will not star Salman.
Bazmee confirmed the news and said, “I am talking to Sohail for a South remake. Right now, I am in Cochin. Sohail and I will meet again as soon as I return. But it’s too early to say anything more about the film at this point.” The industry has reacted to this development with shock and surprise. It was while shooting the climax scenes of Ready that Bazmee and Salman had a verbal pow wow on the sets, following which Bazmee abandoned the shoot and returned to Mumbai. Choreographer Raju Khan had taken over the mantle.
A friend of Sohail defended Salman, “How many films can Salman do? He has worked his butt off since the past four years. Sohail can certainly make a film without him.” Apparently, Salman has told Sohail he has no issues with his collaboration with Bazmee, and that he does not mind not playing the lead in the project.
A source close to the developments added, “It will have newcomers in the lead with two actors in the 50-55 age group. More >
Hiren Kotwani (BOMBAY TIMES; October 25, 2012)
Salman Khan, who has only focused on one film at a time for the last couple of years, is believed to be simultaneously doing two films soon. It is learnt that after the release of his home production Dabangg 2 this December, the actor will commence his younger brother Sohail Khan’s production venture.
But, contrary to reports, the Khan brothers will not be remaking the Telugu film Brindavanam, even though Sohail has acquired the rights for the film. “They’ll be making film based on another script that Salman bhai has approved,” was all a friend was willing to reveal to us at this point.
Besides that, Salman will also start working soon on No Entry Mein Entry, the sequel to Boney Kapoor’s No Entry. Not surprisingly, Salman will be leading his co-actors Anil Kapoor and Fardeen Khan this time round, in keeping with his superhit report card at the box-office. Another source, associated with Boney Kapoor’s production house, adds that this situation is unlike No Entry, where Salman had played a glorified supporting character.
Makers of No Entry Mein Entry chalk up a tentative inventory of probable actresses so that Khan can take his pick
Subhash K Jha (MUMBAI MIRROR; August 30, 2012)
The search for the leading ladies (and there’s quite a handful of them in this one) for Anees Bazmee’s No Entry Mein Entry is still on. The filmmaker had earlier confirmed that there will be nine female leads in his film opposite the three actors, all of whom will have a double role. Later, he had said that Bipasha Basu was being considered for a very special 10th female role. But the names, as it happens, have not been decided yet. And Mirror has learnt, that it’s because the makers are still chalking up a list, an advert for which would read something like this:
WANTED: Ten leading ladies for Anees Bazmee’s next, No Entry Mein Entry. QUALIFICATION: A-lister who preferably shares a good equation with Salman Khan. After all, it is the actor who will take the final call on the ten women who will get to star in the sequel to the 2005 comedy hit No Entry.
Salman, who is famous for his micromanagement of every aspect of the filmmaking process, according to sources, have decided to be the casting engineer for this one. “He wants only A-list names to be cast in the film,” added the source close to Salman.
In fact, when we asked the filmmaker why it was taking so much time to finalise the names of the ten ladies, he reiterated the actor’s diktat. “It can’t be anything but the best girls. Just because there’re ten girls More >
PTI (MID-DAY; July 24, 2012)
Director Anees Bazmee’s sequel to ‘No Entry’ will have a plethora of heroines and three male leads – Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor and Fardeen Khan, who will play double roles
The film titled ‘No Entry Mein Entry’ is a sequel to the 2005 hit comedy film ‘No Entry’ in which all the leading men will play double roles and to accompany them there will be nine heroines.
“As far as the heroes are concerned, we have not changed the star cast – Salman, Anil and Fardeen will be part of the sequel. But they will have double roles. We would have as many as nine heroines in the film but I can’t reveal much, as we are on the final stage of scripting,” Bazmee told PTI.
“With double roles and nine heroines there will be more misunderstanding, confusion…all this will lead to a humorous situation,” he said.
‘No Entry’ featured Salman, Anil, Fardeen, Esha Deol, Lara Dutta and Bipasha Basu in the lead. “We might retain few actresses from the first part. There will be established heroines and one or two newcomers. But it is too early to confirm anything now. We will reveal their names hopefully by next month,” Bazmee said.
“All the nine heroines have a good and concrete role in the film. The script demands nine heroines…it is not like they are just there for the heck of it,” he said. The director is likely to finish with his script in another 15-20 days.
“As the film has a huge star cast so we want to lock the dates of all of them before we go on floors. The shooting More >
Not just Sallu, Anees Bazmee’s No Entry Mein… will also have Anil Kapoor and Fardeen Khan essaying double roles
Vickey Lalwani (MUMBAI MIRROR; November 23, 2011)
The actor who had vowed to stay away from double roles after his first in Judwaa, will play the good-natured twin to the wily Prem in Anees Bazmee’s No Entry Mein Entry
Subhash K Jha (MUMBAI MIRROR; November 19, 2011)
Salman Khan played a double role for the first time in his career in the 1997 film Judwaa. After that, the actor vowed never to do another double role, except for the sequel to the David Dhawan film. However, after a 14-year long wait, it seems that Sallu has grown weary of waiting for the sequel to materialise. Mumbai Mirror has learnt that the actor has agreed to do a double role in director Anees Bazmee’s sequel to No Entry.
According to a source close to the actor, Salman decided to go-back on his own vow because his plans for sequels to his films rarely follow through, especially the ones directed by David Dhawan. The source explained, “Sallu doesn’t have much luck when it comes to sequels. Both the sequels to his David Dhawan films – Partner and Judwaa – have yet to see the light of day. That’s why Salman, who initially refused producer Boney Kapoor’s suggestion to play a double role, conceded to the plan after all.”
Apparently, Bazmee has been busy working on Salman’s double role. While Salman will play his character from the original film – the love specialist Prem, he will also essay the character’s good twin, claimed the source.
When contacted, Bazmee said, “All I can tell you about the double role is that while in one role Salman is a pukka More >