Anil Kapoor opens up on being replaced in No Entry 2

Earlier in March it was reported that Anil will not be part of the sequel of the 2005 comedy, which will be produced by his brother Boney Kapoor
Anil Kapoor and Boney Kapoor
Anil Kapoor and Boney Kapoor

Anil Kapoor, who recently turned host for Bigg Boss OTT Season 3, has finally reacted to being replaced in the sequel of No Entry, which will be produced by his brother Boney Kapoor.

Earlier in March it was reported that Anil will not be part of the sequel of the 2005 comedy, which will now star Diljit Dosanjh, Varun Dhawan and Arjun Kapoor. Boney, while speaking to Zoom, revealed that Anil got “angry” after the news leaked that he is not part of the film.

Explaining his stance, Boney had said, “That chapter is over (of the old star cast). Varun and Arjun are great friends. Their chemistry could come out in the story, and Diljit is massive today, he has a great fan following. I wanted to make it relevant in today’s time, that’s why I did this casting. In the process, my brother is still not talking properly. I hope it all gets sorted out soon. Let’s see.”

Now, in an interview with DNA, when Anil was asked to comment on No Entry 2, the actor said, “Ghar ki baat hai, ghar mein rehne do. Usse kya discuss karna (It's a personal matter, why should we discuss it). And he (Boney) is never wrong.”

No Entry 2 is set to go on floors in December. Anil was last seen in Savi and Fighter.

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