The tweet in question was Urvashi’s attempt to express her excitement about working with Pawan Kalyan and Sai Dharam Tej in the movie ‘Bro,’ which was scheduled for release on July 28.

In the tweet, she wrote, “Delighted to share screen space with the esteemed Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh @PawanKalyan in our film #BroTheAvatar. Releases tomorrow #28thJuly worldwide, a story about an arrogant person who is given a second chance to fix his mistakes after death. See you all @IamSaiDharamTej #BROFromJuly28th (sic).”

The moment the tweet went live, it caught the attention of sharp-eyed netizens who quickly pointed out the glaring error. Pawan Kalyan, a popular actor in the Telugu film industry, is not the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh. This mistake was more than enough to set Twitter ablaze with a barrage of memes, jokes, and relentless trolling aimed at Urvashi Rautela.

Hours after the original tweet was posted, Urvashi Rautela edited it to rectify the error. The revised version acknowledged Pawan Kalyan as the esteemed actor he is, without any reference to his political standing. In the corrected tweet, Urvashi expressed her delight at sharing screen space with Pawan Kalyan and added a brief description of the movie ‘Bro’ and its release date.