Salman Khan has forgotten Katrina and is now romancing Rashmika

Salman Khan has forgotten Katrina and is now romancing Rashmika
Salman Khan has forgotten Katrina and is now romancing Rashmika

Entertainment Desk: Salman Khan is the brother of Bollywood. His innumerable fans eagerly count the days waiting to catch a glimpse of him. The actor is seen in the media for no reason. His name has been associated with many Bollywood actresses or top models since the beginning.

But this time Bhaijaan got involved with a southern actress. Bhaijaan is going to share the screen with him. As soon as this news came to light, there was an uproar on the net.

Social media has been abuzz with the possibility of a sequel to No Entry for quite some time now. However, due to Bhaijaan’s problems with Boney Kapoor, it was not possible to start the work of this film. But it is heard that the work of this film is going to start very soon. Samantha Ruth Prabhu, the leading actress of the southern film industry, can be seen in the lead role of this upcoming film. She has been offered a role in this film.

But in the end he will agree to act! Other officials of the film are waiting for him. If he agrees to act, then he will be paired with Bollywood’s Bhaijaan for the first time. Fans are also waiting.

Note that ‘No Entry’ was released on the big screen in 2005. Needless to say, the film did a huge business at the box office. Apart from Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, Fardeen Khan, Boman Irani, Lara Dutt, Bipasha Bose and many other famous Bali actors were in the film.

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But finally the sequel of this film is going to come. But when the shooting will start! However, it has not yet been announced. Needless to say, right now Bhaijaan is busy with ‘Kavi Eid Kavi Diwali’ and ‘Tiger 3’ apart from ‘No Entry’ sequel.

The article is in Bengali

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