Any hero who works with director Puri Jagannadh tends to behave like him showing off care-free attitude and using the crudest language possible. Young hero Ram Pothineni literally stunned the Twitterati with the crude choice of words he used, to talk about the failed students in the recent Intermediate Examinations.
It’s alarming to see Ram using a derogatory what without spelling it completely. ‘Puri gas spoilt the young hero’ , is the common response from the Twitterati. Ram has never used such over the top crudeness and this is definitely astonishing. Innocently, his heroine Nidhhi Agarwal replied to Ram Pothineni saying, ‘Mass’.
The social medium users are now feasting on her response asking her naughtily if she really understood the derogatory word used by Ram. Whatever! It’s not just the hero, even the heroine was caught by the trolls. Guys on Twitter are having fun at the cost of Nidhhi Agarwal’s innocence while Ram was seen as another young hero who was spoilt by Puri. Hmm!
INTER RESULTS ey jeevitham anukuney na thammullaki, chellillaki..meeru jeevitham lo avvaboyedhaniki..cheyaboyedhaniki, idhi oka aa*** tho samanam…dayachesi lite thesukondi..
Inter kuda poorthicheyani me..
— RAm POthineni (@ramsayz) April 23, 2019
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— Nidhhi Agerwal (@AgerwalNidhhi) April 23, 2019