Ramya had given a financial support to A Ganesh during the production of Dhandam Dhashagunam. But the producer did not respond to the actress for six months, when she tried to call him to ask for her money. She had even filed a case against him at the KFCC, but the Chamber had given deaf ear to her plea. Last Monday, the producer had paid her remuneration along with a small portion of credit that he had taken from her and requested her to attended the music launch of Dhandam Dhashagunam.
But Ganesh was irked after she went to buy furniture for her new home by skipping the event. The following day, Ganesh held a meeting at KFCC with other producers, who warned Ramya to give explanation for her absence on the occasion within two days. But Ramya had taken to her Twitter page and denied to give explanation. Instead she had thrown a counter challenge to the producer by issuing him a deadline of 48 hours to return her money.
However, the argument and counter argument between Ramya and Ganesh continued for five days. The Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce had held a meeting on last Saturday. The meeting was attended by Kannada Film Producers Association and Kannada Cine Artistes Association headed by Ambareesh. Munirathna played the counselling role and solved the dispute. Ganesh has now agreed to pay back Ramya's due amount of Rs 3.7 lakh.
With the intervention of producer Munirathna, the fight between Golden Girl Ramya and producer A Ganesh has ended on Saturday afternoon. The row started after Ganesh criticised Ramya for skipping the audio release function of Dhandam Dhashagunam on last Monday. Later, the Kannada actress had made counter remarks against the producer on her Twitter page and asked him to return her dues within 48 hours.