There seems to be no end to the scheduling snarls in Salman Khan's career. Now the 3-week break for his medical checkup and the legal hearings have taken their toll on the superstar on a roll.
We hear his films this year are affected due the double brakes applied to his career. The film that is most affected is producer Boney Kapoor and director Anees Bazmee's No Entry Mein Entry, the sequel to the 2005 hit No Entry, which has again been pushed forward.
A source close to the project reveals, "Salman's schedules have again spun out of hand. He wanted to complete his brother Sohail's film and then go straight into No Entry Mein Entry as it has been delayed long enough. But now with his recent trip abroad for treatment, the date situation for this year is again a little shaky."
When contacted producer Boney Kapoor, he admitted that there was a strong possibility of a delay. "We may not be able to start No Entry Mein Entry in June. It may be pushed forward by some weeks. But we really don't mind waiting. Once Salman's health and his other issues are sorted, he will be far more relaxed."
Anees Bazmee who is habituated to directing an average of 2 films a year has been waiting patiently for Salman's dates for the No Entry
sequel. Rather than wait any longer, one learns Anees may first start the sequel to Aankhen for producer Pahlaj Nihalani.