An industry source revealed to ETimes that all three leading men from the original 2005 film – Salman, Anil Kapoor and Fardeen Khan – will be seen in triple roles and there will be a need for several actresses to be paired opposite their respective characters in the film. So if did the math right, it’s going to be three leading ladies for each leading actor, by virtue of their triple avatars.
The same source also gave us some less exciting news. There’s a chance that the original film’s female cast, comprising Bipasha Basu, Lara Dutta, Esha Deol and Celina Jaitly may not be a part of the sequel. The team at Salman Khan Films is trying hard to reassemble the same team of leading ladies, but things are looking difficult for now.
No Entry Mein Entry is slated to go on floor in the last quarter of the year. So we still have time to wait, hope and pray that we get to see Lara, Bipasha, Esha and Celina return to the franchise. We’re also excited to see which other actresses fill up the rest of the positions on this cast. We’re sure casting 10 heroines in an ensemble comedy must be no joke.