Salman Khan
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Salman Khan and Anees Bazmee were supposed to team up for "No Entry Mein Entry," but now the actor-director duo is planning to work on a fresh script. 

Anees had told the Press Trust of India that Salman plays a double role in the sequel to "No Entry," and for that he needs to allot a lot more of his dates to the project. But the superstar has a busy schedule and has not finalised dates with producer Boney Kapoor for "No Entry Mein Entry."

However, reports suggest that Salman and Anees will now team up for a romantic comedy and it will not be a sequel to "No Entry." The rom-com will be produced by Salman and it will reportedly release after Kabir Khan and Rajkumar Santoshi's directorial films.

"Salman and Anees keep meeting and have worked together on Ready (2011). Anees has narrated a couple of scripts to him out of which he has liked one and asked the filmmaker to work on it. The film is going to be a rom-com and will be produced under Bhai's banner," Mid-Day quoted a source as saying.

Another source informed the tabloid that since there has been no update on "No Entry Mein Entry," the actor-director duo has planned to work on a different film.

"Contrary to speculations this project isn't the sequel to No Entry. In fact, since nothing has progressed on that front till now, Bazmee and Bhai are planning to work together with a fresh script," the source added.

Meanwhile, Salman has four big projects lined up, which are slated to release in the next two years. The first big project is Eid release "Sultan," followed by Kabir's next, Sooraj Barjatya's next and Rajkumar's next.