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Posted on Nov 06, 07:08PM | IANS
Filmmaker Anees Bazmee, currently busy with "No Entry" sequel, plans to unite with Sohail Khan for a southern remake.
"I was in Cochin and I just had a causal chat with Sohail Khan. If things fall in place, then we both will collaborate and make a film together. But it's too early to talk about it right now," Bazmee told IANS on phone from Cochin.
He added: "Right now Sohail is busy with 'Sher Khan' and I am busy with 'No Entry Mein Entry'. Once we are done with our films, we may talk about it."
If reports are to be believed Sohail and Bazmee will come together for the remake of a southern movie.
But Bazmee refused to confirm it saying, "It's too early to talk about it... it was just a casual meeting. I am in Cochin. Sohail and I will meet again as soon as I return. But it's too early to say anything more about the film at this point. I will talk once I am back in Mumbai."
Asked about the progress on "No Entry Mein Entry", he said: "Right now we have only finalised the lead actors that is Anil Kapoor, Salman Khan and Fardeen Khan. We are in the process of casting the rest of the cast."