In No Entry Mein Entry, Salman has a bigger role than No Entry

Salman Khan has been part of many successful comic-capers in the past, but the Anees Bazmee directorial No Entry is one such film where the actor received an amazing response for his comic performance, despite having a small role in the movie.

Reports about a possible sequel to the 2005 hit movie have been circulating around for years now, but no plans could come to fruition as the makers failed to lock dates with Salman Khan. As things stand today, it is yet not clear whether or not Dabangg Khan is part of the sequel.

Director Anees Bazmee says that if the superstar does the film, it is good. But, in case, he decides against working in the sequel, the team will have to find another actor. “Salman is a fantastic actor; he is a star. If he is part of the film then it is really very good, but if he doesn’t want to do it then we will have to think of another actor with all plus and minus points and accordingly work towards it (story). Whenever Salman is part of a film it does benefit (the film),” Bazmee said.

Comparing Salman Khan’s role in No Entry with the role which has been written for No Entry Mein Entry, keeping the superstar in mind, Bazmee said, “When we made No Entry, he had a very small role in it. It was actually like a guest (appearance). He had 15-20 days of work. But people loved his part. He did a great job with his character. But in the sequel, the role is bigger”.

Meanwhile, Salman Khan is riding high on the success of his latest release, Tiger Zinda Hai.