Jackie Chan says poor Mandarin to blame after verbal slip

Jackie Chan's latest movie is 'Ride On'. Photo: Shanghai Pictures

PETALING JAYA: Hong Kong superstar Jackie Chan is believed to have made a Freudian slip when he reportedly said he was happy to have worked with “lousy actors” in his latest film, reports China Press.

He was said to have quickly corrected himself, blaming it on his poor command of Mandarin.

However, many Internet users believed Chan was commenting about his co-star Liu Haocun, who played his daughter in the film Ride On.

“He did not want to say what was in his heart but ended up saying it anyway,” one internet user wrote.

It was reported that Ride On was only rated 6.8 by viewers on the online database Douban.

● The above article is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies).

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