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A balalaika is a stringed musical instrument of Slavic origin.
Balalaika may also refer to:
- An unofficial nickname for the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 Russian fighter jet, from its planform shape
- Balalaika (musical), 1936 musical play with words and lyrics by Eric Maschwitz
- Balalaika (film), a 1939 MGM musical romance film based on the 1936 musical play
- Balalayka (film), a 2000 Turkish drama directed by Ali Özgentürk and written by Işıl Özgentürk
- "Balalaika", Ilanit's song for Eurovision 1984 (withdrawn)
- "Balalaika" (song), Koharu Kusumi's second solo single
- Balalaika, a character in the Japanese manga and anime Black Lagoon
- "Balleilakka", a song from Sivaji composed by A. R. Rahman
- "Balle Lakka", a song from Mankatha composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja
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