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Fardeen Khan to Make His Bollywood Comeback with No Entry Sequel?

Fardeen Khan

Fardeen Khan

Director Anees Bazmee, who is ready with the script for No Entry sequel, has said Fardeen Khan has expressed his desire to make a comeback with the movie.

Fardeen Khan has been away from the limelight for almost over a decade now. The actor gave some memorable movies in the past like Heyy Babyy, Fida, Jungle, No Entry, to name a few. Now, reports are that Fardeen is keen on making his comeback in Hindi films. Word is that he, along with Anees Bazmi, is excited to reunite for No Entrysequel. The original cast had him along with Anil Kapoor, Salman Khan, Celina Jaitly, Esha Deol and Lara Dutta in the lead.

According to a report in E Times, the 46-year-old actor is set to make this return with No Entrysequel. It is said to be titled as No Entry Mein Entry,as told by the director. However, there is no official statement on the same by Fardeen.

On the other hand, during his earlier chat with the same publication, Anees revealed that the script of the No Entrysequel is ready and he is keen on taking Fardeen on board. However, he added that they are waiting for producer Boney Kapoor to give a green signal to kickstart this project.


The filmmaker also revealed his conversation with Fardeen regarding the sequel saying, “He asked me, ‘Kya karna hai?’ I told him that I am waiting for the No Entry sequel to begin. He is also looking forward to it.”

The talks of the film’s sequel are in the media for more than a year now. However, the official decision and announcement on it are long impending. In the meantime, Fardeen has been giving some serious fitness goals to the fans. He was earlier trolled for gaining massive weight. However, later, he was spotted in a lean and fit avatar, shutting every nay-sayer with his dramatic weight loss transformation. It definitely looks like the actor is done with his long hiatus and ready to dive straight into work.

first published:February 27, 2021, 14:05 IST