Waiting for 'No Entry' sequel to start: Lara
New Delhi: Model-actress Lara Dutta is keen to return on the sets of 'No Entry' sequel.
'No Entry Mein Entry', a sequel to the hit 2005 comedy, will be directed by Anees Bazmee and produced by Boney Kapoor.
It is expected to go on the floors by the end of this year.
"I have been waiting to go to the sets of 'No entry' for the last four years. I am waiting for Boney Kapoor to actually show me the sets and then I will believe that it has started shooting," said Dutta, who was in the capital to walk the ramp for Birdhichand Ghanshyam Das Jewelers at the day one of India International Jewelry Week (IIJW).
The 34-year-old Former Miss Universe was recently seen in 'David', directed by Bejoy Nambiar.
The film marked the return of Dutta on the big screen after her pregnancy. She was blessed with a daughter in January, 2012. The actress is back to her fabulous shape after the birth of her first child with tennis star Mahesh Bhupati.
"I believe in fashion that is practical. It's the first time in my life that I'm travelling with my daughter I always travel with an extra pair of clothes in my bag because you never know what's going to happen," she said.
Dutta donned a flowing purple gown with a huge royal diamond neck piece from the collection known as 'Amer reincarnated' inspired by Amer fort of Rajasthan.
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