Kannada actress Ramya, who has earlier said that she would not like to work with people those who do not give due respect to a woman, now seems to have stooped to the pressure of Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce and has apologised to her fellow dancers and choreographer Harsha for behaving rudely with them on the sets of Just Maath Maathalli (Just Mat Matalli).
In the absence of KFCC President Dr. Jayamala, vice president Rockline Venkatesh took initiative to solve the problem. He held a meeting at KFCC for four hours on Saturday evening. However, the case saw a happy ending after Ramya agreed to apologize Hrasha.
Ramya said, “I didn't hurt anyone. I"m ready to apologise if anyone is hurt by me. I might have used harsh words out of anger. I apologise to Harsha for whatever happened at the shooting." She added, “I know that Harsha is a good choreographer and I am willing to act in films that have Harsha"s choreography."
The rift started between actress Ramya and choreographer Harsha on the sets of Just Maath Maathalli. He had filed a complaint against Ramya at KFCC on Friday. President of the Karnataka Film Dancers Association (KFDA) had waged a war against her by announcing that the Association would not work in any of Ramya"s films. It is said that Sudeep had also supported Harsha.
However, Rockline Venkatesh has resolved the differences between the two. Actor-director Sudeep, KFDA president Rajesh Brahmavara, producer of Just Maath Mathalli Shankare Gowda and other producers like K Manju and Suresh Gowda were present at the meeting.