Salman Khan's films have tasted immense success in the recent past, and so, quite obviously every filmmaker wishes to work with him.

"No Entry" director Anees Bazmee is ready with the script of "No Entry Mein Entry" and will begin the schedule once Salman confirms the dates.

Bazmee also spoke at length about the kind of role the superstar would be having, and the heroines makers are planning to rope in.

"All the three heroes of the film Salman, Anil Kapoor and Fardeen Khan will be seen in double roles and there will be ten heroines among them one will be Bipasha Basu. We will have a combination of actresses like two-three each established and newcomers," he told PTI.

In the 2005-film, Salman's Prem was friends with Bobby (Bipasha) who worked at a dance bar to raise money for his brother's medical treatment. Will he romance her this time around? Only time will tell.

What's interesting is, although Bazmee is hopeful of Salman joining his project, there have been reports that he may not be able to commit to the film as he has been working on Sooraj Barjatya's "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo" currently, and will begin Yash Raj Films' "Sultan" next.

However, a few months ago, producer Boney Kapoor said the sequel is ready to go on floors adding that it will begin once Salman confirms the dates.

"Whether Salman is a part of the film or not, only he will be able to say. My script is ready, my actors are ready and everything is in place. We will start anytime he says yes," DNA quoted him as saying.