Salman Khan has put aside his personal equations to move ahead professionally.
Mumbai Mirror has learnt that the actor who had a tiff with filmmaker Anees Bazmee during the making of Ready, has finally decided to allot dates for Bazmee’s next venture No Entry Mein Entry.
Happy to have finally convinced Salman for his project, Anees said, “I met Salman. He liked the idea. We also discussed some changes. But finally, we decided to go ahead with the original idea of having double roles for all three heroes.”
A source close to the project informed Mumbai Mirror, “Just before Salman left for Cuba for the Ek Tha Tiger schedule, he met Anees on producer Boney Kapoor’s request. Since he did not have time on his hands, instead of a full narration, he asked for a brief summary.”
“He was kicked about the idea of doing a double role after Judwaa. He gave his own suggestions about how to make the two Salmans look different. Anees will be more than happy to incorporate the changes,” added our source.
The source revealed that though most other details for the project have been worked out, Salman’s dates are still to be finalised. In fact, Salman will try to accommodate Anees’ project in his already choc-a-bloc 2012 calendar. The actor will in all probability allot dates for No Entry Mein Entry between his brother Arbaaz’s Dabangg 2 and Sohail’s Sher Khan.
“As soon as Salman returns from Cuba we’ll work out his dates,” confirmed Anees.
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