​Salman’s busy schedule forces him to deny No Entry sequel

Salman Khan seems to have decided to opt out of the sequel to his 2005 slapstick comedy ‘No Entry’. Initially, Sallu had agreed to feature in a double role in the sequel, to be produced by Boney Kapoor. But reports now suggest that he has taken a step back, with Hrithik Roshan being considered for the role. Apparently, Salman has a busy calendar in the coming year. ‘Tubelight’, Tiger Zinda Hai’, ‘Ode To My Father’, ‘Dabangg 3’, ‘Kick 2’ and ‘Wanted 2’ are some of the films he will be doing in the near future. This leaves him less time to spare for any other project and hence seems to have denied the sequel to ‘No Entry’.