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New script to get Bipasha Basu on board

DC | REENA KAPOOR
Published Mar 5, 2014, 9:02 pm IST
Updated Mar 19, 2019, 11:24 am IST
Anees is re-writing the script of No Entry Mein Entry to accommodate Bips

The film industry has always thrived on friendship and equations. Filmmakers have on multiple occasions gone out of their way to accommodate actors and their demands. This time, it is Bipasha Basu who is benefiting from the process.

Anees Bazmee is re-writing the script of No Entry Mein Entry to accommodate leading lady Bipasha Basu.

 

Apparently, the original script of the film didn’t have any scope to flesh out a role for Bipasha. Bazmee thought it’s only fair to incorporate a role for the actress who has played a pivotal role in the film’s prequel, No Entry.

“Yes, I did make certain changes in the script. Bipasha is a dear friend and we want to work together again. The original script of NEME didn’t have her in it. I realised I wasn’t convinced with the draft, so I’m re-writing the script to fit her in,” reveals Bazmee.

The filmmaker is also gearing up to shoot for the second schedule of Welcome Back with John Abraham.

 

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