Salman Khan shocked his fans after he backed out of Karan Johar's "Shuddhi" making way for young star Varun Dhawan. And now reports suggest, one of his upcoming films "No Entry Mein Entry" could be shelved.
"Salman will need to block out months for his preparation for the role in Sultan. It will be a physically challenging role to play and will need rigorous training. He has not given dates for No Entry Mein Entry. Since the film has already been delayed twice before, the gossip mongers are already talking about how it is shelved," The Times of India quoted a source as saying.
However, since there has been no official confirmation yet, it would be premature to assume the possibility of the film being put in the backburner.
Interestingly, a few months ago Salman told DNA he would take up Boney Kapoor's "No Entry Mein Entry" after wrapping up "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" and "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo". But the buzz now is, he has already begun prepping for Yash Raj Films' "Sultan".
"I had No Entry Mein Entry planned for years and it will definitely happen sometime in the near future," Kapoor told the leading daily.
In other news, Salman will reportedly play a 40-year-old boxer in "Sultan" for which he will need to follow a strict diet and workout plan.
"...It'd entail many months of a strict exercise regime and a new diet control so he can acquire a boxer's body. With his heavy commitments, Salman is not sure how he will be able to give Sultan the time attention and single-minded focus it requires," another source informed DNA.