HR To Replace SK

Will he, won’t he? That’s the question making the rounds in the film trade. We’re talking about Hrithik Roshan. Well, if all goes according to plan, we’re told that Jr Roshan will replace Salman Khan in the sequel to the super-successful film, No Entry (The sequel will be titled No Entry Mein Entry).
We’re told that director Anees Bazmee had a series of meetings with Jr Roshan this week and the actor has heard the script.

The film, to be produced by Boney Kapoor, has been in the news ever since the first part released.
Initially, although Khan had agreed to be part of the sequel, he later opted out. Now, with Bazmee narrating the script to

Jr Roshan, looks like there’s going to be a replacement.

PS: No Entry Mein Entry will have major actors playing double roles including Jr Roshan.

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