No Entry

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No Entry
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Anees Bazmee
Produced by Boney Kapoor
Written by Anees Bazmee
Story by Sakthi Chidambaram
Starring Anil Kapoor
Salman Khan
Fardeen Khan
Bipasha Basu
Lara Dutta
Esha Deol
Celina Jaitley
Music by Anu Malik
Cinematography Ashok Mehta,
Arvind Soni
Edited by Sanjay Sankla
SK Film Entertainment,
Sahara One Motion Pictures
Distributed by K. Sera Sera
Release date
  • 26 August 2005 (2005-08-26)
Running time
161 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi
Box office 119.72 crore (worldwide)[1]

No Entry is a Hindi comedy film released in 2005. It was directed by Anees Bazmee and produced by Boney Kapoor. The film features an ensemble cast of Anil Kapoor, Salman Khan, Fardeen Khan, Lara Dutta, Esha Deol, Celina Jaitley and Bipasha Basu with a cameo appearance by Sameera Reddy. A remake of the Tamil super hit Charlie Chaplin, No Entry was Bollywood's biggest hit of 2005.


Kishen (Anil Kapoor) has a suspicious-minded wife, Kaajal (Lara Dutta), who thinks he is always having an affair with another woman, even though he is extremely faithful to her and wouldn't dream of betraying her in any way. Prem (Salman Khan) has the opposite situation. He is married to Pooja (Esha Deol), who is very trusting, even though he has been having several affairs with numerous gorgeous women. There is also Kishen's friend Shekhar (Fardeen Khan), who accidentally falls in love with Sanjana (Celina Jaitley) and marries her. Then Bobby (Bipasha Basu), a call girl, enters the story. When Kishen takes pictures of Prem and his girlfriend, and threatens to send them to his wife, Prem hires Bobby to seduce Kishen. The plan is that Kishen will fall in love with her, and Prem wants to see if Kishen can hide the relationship. Then the lies start happening, as Kaajal thinks Bobby is Shekhar's wife, and Sanjana thinks Bobby is Kishen's wife. It becomes a bundle of confusion, arguments and comedy when all the various couples meet together. The truth is eventually told through many comedic encounters, and eventually the 3 friends seemingly turn over a new leaf. It is hinted at the end of the movie, however, that the three friends have not completely turned over a new leaf with the entrance of Sameera Reddy in a cameo.




During the production of No Entry, speculations arose that it would be a remake of the film Masti (2004). The comparisons were made due to both films revolving around the same subject of extra-marital affairs. However, producer Boney Kapoor strongly denied the similarities and clarified that No Entry will be a remake of the Tamil film titled Charlie Chaplin (2002). Kapoor also stressed that he will never endorse innuendo-based films such as Masti.[2]


Box office[edit]

The film gained a lot of popularity and was the biggest blockbuster of 2005. It was a big success, grossing 119 crore worldwide. It was declared as an "Blockbuster" by "ibosnetwork"[1]


51st Filmfare Awards[edit]


The music of the film has been composed by Anu Malik. Lyrics were written by Sameer.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "No Entry / Ishq Ki Galli Mein" Sonu Nigam, Alisha Chinoy 6:08
2. "Just Love Me / Main Akela" Sonu Nigam 4:41
3. "Ishq Mein" K.K., Alisha Chinoy 5:36
4. "Why Why / Dil Chura Ke" Alisha Chinoy 5:24
5. "Hot Hot / Kalyug Ki Laila" Sunidhi Chauhan, Alisha Chinoy, Vasundhara Das 5:55
6. "Kahan Ho Tum" Kumar Sanu & Udit Narayan 5:43
7. "Dil Paagal Hai" Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik & K.K. 4:51
8. "Mera Jaisa Koi Nahin" Alisha Chinoy, Sunidhi Chauhan 5:10


A sequel to the movie called No Entry Mein Entry is in the works, with the original male cast of Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor and Fardeen Khan all rumoured to be playing double roles.[3]


No Entry Pudhe Dhoka Aahey is the Marathi remake of No Entry, released on 7 September 2012. It is directed by Ankush Chodhary, who is also one of the lead actor in the movie. The star cast of the movie are Sai Tamhankar, Ankush Choudhary, Bharat Jadhav, Aniket Vishwasrao, Kranti Redkar, Manva Naik.[4]

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