Serial Offender And Actor Balakrishna Filmed Slapping Another Fan

Telugu actor Nandamuri Balakrishna, who had been recorded on camera slapping a fan in August, was caught in the act again.

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Serial Offender And Actor Balakrishna Filmed Slapping Another Fan

Actor Balakrishna is seen slapping a fan during a political rally.

Anantpur, Andhra Pradesh: 

Highlights

  1. Actor-politician Balakrishna is the son of famous Andhra leader NTR
  2. Was filmed slapping a fan in August, assaulted another one today
  3. In 2004, was accused of shooting film producer, was acquitted
Telugu actor Nandamuri Balakrishna was caught on camera this morning assaulting a fan who accidentally pushed against him during a political rally. The film star, who is a senior leader of the ruling Telugu Desam Party or TDP, was on a door-to-door campaign in the Anantpur district of Andhra Pradesh.

Unperturbed by the slap, the 57-year-old  went on with the business of political reach-out. The video, captured by a bystander from a terrace nearby, is doing fervent rounds on social media.

The video, captured by a bystander from a terrace nearby, is doing fervent rounds on social media.

Balakrishna is a serial offender. In August, the actor-politician was caught on camera slapping a fan who tried to grab a quick selfie with him while he campaigned for an important election in Nandyal, 200 kms from the IT hub of Hyderabad.
 
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Balakrishna was caught on camera slapping a fan who tried to take a selfie with him in August

Days before that, he was filmed slapping his assistant and making him tie his shoe-lace on the sets of Telugu film "Jai Simha".

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"Balayya" as the actor-politician is popularly known, is the son of legendary actor and former Chief Minister NT Rama Rao or NTR. He is the brother-in-law of Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu. His daughter is married to the Chief Minister's son.

In 2004, Balakrishna was accused of shooting at a producer at his home. The star claimed that he had acted in self-defense; the producer later denied in court that he had been shot at by the actor, which led to Balakrishna's acquittal.

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