Salman Khan fans have been super excited ever since the news of No Entry’s Sequel started doing the rounds. While it will be intriguing to see Salman in the comedy-drama, fans are also super excited to know the name of the lead actress in the movie. At a time when lines between the South Indian film industry and Bollywood have indeed blurred, there are many big actors from South making their Bollywood debuts. A report by Bollywood Life suggests that Salman Khan’s next film is going to have South Indian actresses in pivotal roles.
As per the report by the entertainment portal, after completion of Tiger 3, Salman Khan will shoot for No Entry 2. The sequel to his hit film will have Anil Kapoor and Fardeen Khan giving Salman Khan company in No Entry 2. According to Bollywood Life, some of the top South Indian actresses are being considered for the film.
The publication quoted their sources saying that big names like Rashmika Mandanna, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Pooja Hegde and Tamannaah Bhatia are being considered to be a part of No Entry 2. The film is supposed to feature almost 10 female leads across generations and these South Indian women are in the race to bag some pivotal roles in Salman Khan-starrer. This is to give the film a Pan India appeal.
For those intrigued to know about the actress’ being considered, we can actresses like Rashmika Mandanna, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Tammannah Bhatia and Pooja Hegde may be considered. However, nothing has been confirmed yet. Rashmika Mandanna has become a popular face thanks to the stupendous success of Pushpa. She was the Srivalli alongside Pushpa and now she is set to make her Bollywood debut soon with Sidharth Malhotra’s film Mission Majnu. Samantha Ruth Prabhu is famous across the nation as she enthralled all with her performance in The Family Man 2. Pooja Hegde and Tamannaah are pretty known faces in Bollywood. Indeed it would be interesting to see who will manage to get a role in Salman Khan-starrer.
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