Balayya Tongue Slips Catches Attention


Nandamuri Balakrishna and Jr. NTR were the special guests at the pre-release event of Kalyan Ram’s Friday release 118. There seemed to be a conspicuous tension on the Nandamuri trio faces and one can clearly notice while they were delivering their speeches at the event.

Especially, Balayya was seen getting the name of the title wrong several times. Instead of 118, he kept on mentioning the title as 189. He repeatedly got the title wrong. It’s not a big deal, though. The tongue slip has caught the attention of the audiences listening to his speech, anyway. Balayya was clearly tensed (?) and seemed to be quite uncomfortable. That could be the reason why he could have not noticed that he has got the title wrong.

NTR said that he has already watched 118 and predicted that the movie is going to be successful. He lauded the performances of his brother Kalyan Ram and especially, mentioned Nivetha Thomas’ name and said that she is one of the best actors we have in this generation. Even NTR didn’t seem to be at ease when he was talking. However, there aren’t any tongue slips from his side, thankfully.

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