Boney Kapoor drops brother Anil Kapoor from No Entry, casts son Arjun Kapoor

Producer Boney Kapoor’s decision to exclude his brother, Anil Kapoor, from the upcoming No Entry sequel has stirred controversy in Bollywood. The original film, a 2005 hit comedy, featured Anil Kapoor alongside Salman Khan and Fardeen Khan. However, for the sequel, Boney Kapoor has opted to cast a new lineup, including Varun Dhawan, Diljit Dosanjh and Arjun Kapoor as the male leads.

Anil Kapoor’s absence from the sequel has reportedly left him disappointed and upset with his brother’s casting choices. Boney Kapoor revealed that the news of the casting leaked before he could discuss it with Anil, leading to misunderstandings between the brothers. Despite Anil’s desire to be part of the sequel, Boney explained that there was no space for him in the film due to the new casting direction aimed at making the movie more relevant to today’s audience.

The sequel, set to roll out 20 years after the original, is expected to feature a fresh storyline with Varun, Diljit, and Arjun in prominent roles. While the original film revolved around philandering men and their comedic escapades, the sequel is rumored to introduce double roles for the male leads, adding a new twist to the storyline.

Boney Kapoor’s decision to cast his son, Arjun Kapoor, in the sequel instead of Anil Kapoor has sparked discussions within the industry. The producer remains tight-lipped about the concept of the film to prevent plagiarism, emphasizing the need to keep unique ideas secure in the competitive Bollywood world.

As the Bollywood community awaits the release of the No Entry sequel, the dynamics between Boney and Anil Kapoor continue to be a topic of interest, highlighting the complexities of family relationships in Bollywood.

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