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Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Carlitos Bala, a boy idol and fan of Chakarita, passed away

comedian Carlos Balas, who was immediately admitted to the Guames Sanatorium on Thursday, died at the age of 97, as confirmed by his granddaughter Laura Gelfi. With his humor for adults and children, he marked an era on Argentine television and became a popular idol. He was a fan of Chakarita, the neighborhood where he was born, and a few years back he received well-deserved tributes from the club.

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Carlos Salim Bala was born on August 13, 1925 in the Chacarita neighborhood of Buenos Aires and never gave up on his love for the colors of Funbrero. However, although his affiliation was publicly known, He did not step on the court until the age of 93.

Kalitos Bala, Chakarita Fan.

Kalitos Bala, Chakarita fan.

Subsequently, on November 28, 2018, the club’s board of directors honored him by discovering a mural of Jorge Pagliano in the team’s colors, a caricature of him and a phrase of his that became immortal: “What is the taste of salt?”. He was also given an honorary membership card.

“Chakrita is my neighborhood and my club, that is, my life. My origin is there, as is my childhood, my teens and my youth. Thank you to the people who made this wonderful mural and thank you to the people of the club” , a mobilized Carlitos said at the time: “I’m so excited because he reminded me what Chacharita means to me.”

Kalitos Bala, Chakarita Fan.

Kalitos Bala, Chakarita fan.

Despite his obsession with the Undertaker, the legendary Carlitos starred in a 1968 film called “Somos Los Majores”, which Tells the story of a group of Estudiants fans who went to Manchester to cheer their team on the Intercontinental Cup Final against United.I

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Bala in “We Are the Best”.

an unforgettable race

Mural Painting For Bala In Chakarita.

Mural painting for Bala in Chakarita.

carlitos balas He debuted in the world of humor working at the helm of public transportationwhere he made his first weapon. From there it moved to radio and theater in the 50s, later to television, where it marked an era. His first show on TV was “Balamisina” on Channel 9, and then he moved to Channel 13.

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Its greatest success was with the advent of “The Carlitos Bala Show”, In the 80s where he definitely became a role model for boys and adults. Some of his greatest phrases were immortalized there, such as “One kilo and two small rolls” and “What does salt taste like?”.

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