Anees Bazmee's directorial No Entry which released in 2005 was a laugh riot starring Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, Bipasha Basu, Lara Dutta and many others and the film was a success at the box office as well. The talks about No Entry's sequel has been doing the rounds for quite a while and now it looks like the film will take more time to shape up. It is reported that Salman Khan has loved the story of the sequel but has not given his nod to star in the film yet, due to pay disagreements.
Salman Khan is now a bigger star than he was in 2005 and his pay has increased drastically. The film-makers have not come to terms on the payment as of yet and that has delayed the film. A source close to the development was quoted as saying, "Anees had narrated the script to Salman and Anil Kapoor months ago and both had loved it. But certain financial issues have developed between Boney and Salman and that's where the film is stuck now. It is tough for the film to be made at all in the current scenario."
The source confirmed that the film-makers are keen to cast Salman, Anil and Fardeen in the sequel but the heroines Celina, Bipasha and Lara will not be a part of the film. "While Salman, Anil and Fardeen will be there in the sequel, the actresses Celina Jaitley, Bipasha Basu and Lara Dutta won't be there," revealed the source.
Also, producer Boney Kapoor said that all preparations for the film is ready and he's only waiting for Salman Khan's approval. "Whether Salman is a part of the film or not, only he will be able to say. My script is ready, my actors are ready and everything is in place. We will start anytime he says yes."