Arjun Kapoor is reeling under the box office debacle of ‘Namaste England’, which collected a meagre Rs 7 crore by its opening weekend. Despite this debacle, the actor has pocketed his father’s much anticipated venture ‘No Entry Mein Entry’. Producer Boney Kapoor and director Anees Bazmee waited for a long time for Salman to greenlight the sequel to the 2005 hit ‘No Entry’, but finally roped in Arjun along with Anil Kapoor. Still in its scripting stage, the sequel is scheduled to go on the floors next year. Though it remains to be seen if Arjun can justify getting into Salman Khan’s shoes.