No Entry 2: Anil Kapoor is not talking to his brother about the sequel of No Entry, this is why Boney Kapoor did not cast himNo Entry 2: Anil Kapoor is not talking to his brother about the sequel of No Entry, this is why Boney Kapoor did not cast him

The audience has been waiting for a long time for the sequel of No Entry, one of the superhit films of Bollywood actor Salman Khan. Anil Kapoor is angry with his elder brother and producer Boney Kapoor regarding the casting of the film. Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, Fardeen Khan, Esha Deol, Lara Dutta, Bipasha Basu and Celina Jaitley were seen in No Entry. Boney Kapoor told that Anil Kapoor wanted to be a part of its sequel, but there was no space.

Anil Kapoor is not talking properly to his brother Boney Kapoor after the news of casting of No Entry 2 came out. Varun Dhawan, Diljit Dosanjh and Arjun Kapoor are reported to be the new leads in the sequel of No Entry. Boney Kapoor told, Before I could tell my brother Anil about the No Entry sequel and the cast involved in it, he got angry because the news had already been leaked. It was unfortunate that this news got leaked.

He said, ‘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. Boney explained the reason behind casting Varun, Arjun and Diljit in the film and said, Varun and Arjun are very good friends. Their chemistry can come out in the story and Diljit is bigger today. He has a huge fan following. That’s why I did this casting.

Boney Kapoor said, ‘My brother is still not talking to me properly. I hope this all gets resolved soon. Let’s see.’ According to media reports, the sequel of No Entry will go on floors in December 2024. At the same time, it will be released in theaters in 2025. During that time this film will complete its 20 years.

These days Boney Kapoor is preparing for the release of his production film Maidaan. ‘Maidan’ is directed by Amit Sharma and backed by Boney Kapoor, Akash Chawla, Arunav Joy Sengupta and Zee Studios. The film stars Ajay Devgan playing the role of football coach Syed Abdul Rahim and will focus on India’s golden football era between 1952-1962. ‘Maidan’ will be released in theaters on April 10.

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