No Entry (2005)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Comedy
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Total Reviews: 12
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Review Summary: NO ENTRY is a joyride that is bound to click with the masses in a big way

Average Critic Rating: (3.27)
Cast: Anil Kapoor , Salman Khan , Fardeen Khan , Esha Deol , Bipasha Basu , Celina Jaitly , Lara Dutta , Razzak Khan , Anjan Srivastava , Pratima Kazmi , Paresh Ganatra , Dinesh Hingoo , Yasmeen Khan
Director: Anees Bazmee
Release Date: 26 Aug 2005
Est. Box Office Collection: 43.0 CR

Plot: 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 Read more

No Entry - Top Reviews

Anupama Chopra, India Today
No Entry is not even remotely similar to last year's Masti or the Hollywood flick The Seven Year Itch, as being widely speculated.
Taran Adarsh, SIFY
And this soundtrack is fun.
Sukanya Verma, Rediff 
NO ENTRY is a joyride that is bound to click with the masses in a big way
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama

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No Entry - All Reviews

With a title as hostile and uninviting as ‘No Entry’ I walked into the film with some apprehensions. Besides Boney Kapoor doesn’t have the best track record in film production lately - Shakti, Run, Khushi and Bewafaa have all been disasters. The director,
Ekanshu Khera, Planet Bollywood
Have "Masti" and enter into 'No Entry' zone of fun and laughter
Satyajit, Smash Hits
The No Entry DVD is more than a tad disappointing. Its blindingly bright lime-green cover promises 'the making of the film', with cast interviews and lots more.
Is the Marathi manoos taking the title of the film (Pudhe Dhoka Aahey -- There's danger ahead) too seriously and getting scared to venture out to patronise a Marathi entertainer?
Prasanna Zore, Rediff 
For those who bought tickets to Indra Kumar's Masti, this ought to give you a bout of deja vu. Anees Bazmee's No Entry deals with the same issue.
Patcy Nair, Rediff 
2005 is fast turning out to be one of the best years for box office winners. With practically a success a week, the last week of August doesn't seem too different with No Entry hitting the marquee. And isn't the movie a lip smacking delight? Because just like a big helping of hot chocolate fudge, it continues to taste better and better with every passing bite, and makes you long for more till the very end. Inspite of its long duration, a viewer doesn't loose his/her interest in the movie and keeps nourishing each and every moment of the fun.
India Glitz