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No Entry 2 next year

Now that Milenge Milenge has finally released, Boney Kapoor can move on to three biggies. Kapoor is planning sequels for Mr India, Wanted and No Entry.

entertainment Updated: Jul 17, 2010 17:37 IST
Hiren Kotwani
Hiren Kotwani
Hindustan Times

Now that Milenge Milenge has finally released, Boney Kapoor can move on to three biggies. Coincidentally, they’re all sequels, to Mr India, No Entry and Wanted. They will all flag off next year, one by one, after the release of the Nana Patekar-Harman Baweja- Genelia D’Souza starrer, It’s My Life.

No one is quite sure which direction Mr India and Wanted are headed but No Entry 2 reportedly is a desi Hangover. According to a source, all the three actors, Anil Kapoor, Salman Khan and Fardeen Khan, will be playing double roles of fathers and sons.

"The sons, while holidaying in Paris prior to Fardeen’s wedding, suddenly take off for Las Vegas, unaware that their dads are in the No entrycasino city too. Both, fathers and sons, get drunk and have no idea what they have been up to, till the sons find themselves being pulled up for their father’s misdemeanors," says the source.

Boney Kapoor confirmed that the three sequels were on track but denied that No Entry 2 had its muse in the Hollywood hit. “We’re still working on ideas for No Entry 2 and Mr India 2. All I can tell you about the latter is that Anil Kapoor and Sridevi will be in it and Anil will pass on the invisible bracelet to a younger actor. Prabhudeva has something in mind for the Wanted sequel. We’ll discuss it with Salman (Khan) once he’s back in the country after a month-and-a-half,” he said.

Buzz is that Kapoor’s son, Arjun, will will make his debut as the younger Mr India. Boney is non-committal: “Arjun will be given a proper launch soon. I don’t want to talk about the casting of Mr India sequel. Once the script is locked, we will share our plans.”

First Published: Jul 16, 2010 11:31 IST