Mumbai, Feb. 6 -- Salman's date diary is jam-packed with projects, due to which a lot of film-makers have had to wait for their turn to work with Salman Khan. Even as the actor wraps up Sajid Nadiadwala's Kick, Sooraj Barjatya, Kabir Khan and Anees Bazmee are in line to acquire his dates.
Now, we've learned that Salman has finally allotted dates for Bazmee's No Entry Mein Entry (NEME), the sequel to No Entry (2005). "Yes, we have got his dates; he will start the shoot from June," says Bazmee, who has been waiting for the actor to allot time since 2012.
NEME is likely to have a big cast, but the director isn't willing to divulge the names of his actresses yet. While Bipasha Basu (who starred in the original too), Esha Gupta, Amrita Puri and Elli Avram are rumoured to be cast opposite Salman, Bazmee says "At the moment, Salman, Anil Kapoor and Fardeen Khan are confirmed for the film. The rest of the actors will be cast in the coming weeks."
As for Salman, there's plenty on his calendar that he needs to allot dates for. He is slated to shoot a cameo for brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri's O Teri, and begin work on his next home production - a Hindi remake of the Marathi hit, Shikshanacha Aaicha Gho (2010). The actor also has to shoot for Barjatya's tentatively-titled Bade Bhaiyya, which is to release next November, as well as Khan's next. Reportedly, Salman is so happy with the latter film that he plans to mount it on a mammoth scale.