Immediately after the incedent, Choreographer Harsha had filed a complaint against Ramya at Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce (KFCC). Rajesh Brahamavar also held an immediate meeting with other members of KFDA after the incident on Friday evening. He condemned Ramya's indecent behaviour with her fellow dancers.
Addressing the media after the meeting, Rajesh Brahmavar, the president of the KFDA, said, "We have decided not to work with Ramya. She has insulted one of our directors."
“This is not a one-off incident. There have been many complaints about her behaviour on the sets of other films as well. We will make sure that the dancers from Chennai and Hyderabad will also not take part in any of her films. We cannot just take a simple 'sorry" from her after suffering humiliation for so long," Bangalore Mirror quotes Rajesh saying.
However, the movie was scheduled to shoot a song on Thursday evening. And Ramya was brought to the sets on condition that she would participate for only one hour of shooting. Choreographer Harsha's assistant Mohana went ahead to show her a move when she rudely asked him to learn dancing first and then teach her.
The Karnataka Film Dancers" Association (KFDA) has decided not to work in any of Golden girl Ramya"s films in future after the Kannada actress abused her fellow dancers and choreographer Harsha on the sets of Sudeep starrer movie Just Maath Maathalli (Just Mat Matalli). Rajesh Brahamavar, the president of the KFDA, said that it was not the first incident and there had been many complaints about Ramya behaviour on the sets of other films as well.