While it was uncertain whether the 'Dabangg' Khan will feature in the sequel of 'No Entry' or not, of late the film's producer Boney Kapoor has cleared the doubts.
Talking in an interview, Kapoor confirmed that Salman will indeed be part of 'No Entry Mein Entry' (NEME) and unlike the original the second version will have the star in more prominent role. Salman recently said to have finalised his dates for the project, which is slated to go on floors in June.
It is said that Sallu miya gave his nod for NEME only after he suggested some changes in the script, which both producer and director Anees Bazmi agreed to.
Apparently in June Salman will simultaneously work on Sajid Nadiadwala's 'Kick' that has his 'Dabangg' co-star Sonakshi Sinha in lead. Incidentally the most "Wanted" star will start shooting for NEME after he finishes his brother Sohail's film, with which he is currently busy with.
Meanwhile Boney Kapoor has put his sequel of 'Mr.India' on hold since it needs few improvisations.