Golden Girl Ramya is set to face yet another challenge. The actress, who has made it to top in Kannada films, is now taking a plunge into politics. She has filed her nomination for the Mandya Lok Sabha bypoll from the Congress ticket. But the 29-year old is reportedly not happy to contest and it is the pressure from the party that made her to file the nomination.
Reports say that the Congress did not find a suitable candidate to contest from Mandya Lok Sabha constituency. The responsibility of choosing the perfect candidate was on the shoulders of actor-turned-politician Ambareesh. He approached many leaders, who set conditions to contest. Hence, he convinced Ramya to contest at the eleventh hour. Soon after that tragedy struck her in the form of her foster father RT Narayan's death.
Bowing down to the demands, Ramya half-heartedly filed her nominations. Reports say that she is having a second thought about contesting the election. Continue reading the story on the slideshow...
Ramya Always Wanted To Contest
Ramya said that she always wanted to contest elections, but she never thought that the party would give her the ticket at this stage.
Ramya Expresses Confidence
With the blessings of senior leaders, Ramya expressed her confidence on registering a win. The Golden Girl had officially joined the Congress party last year when Rahul Gandhi had visited Bangalore.
Ramya's Strong Congress Connection
Ramya's family has been loyal Congress workers. Her mother is an active worker from the Mandya district.
Ramya's Role In Last Assembly Polls
Ramya had taken part in the last Assembly elections campaigns and had travelled many places in Karnataka.
Ramya Avoids Media
On the other end, Ramya performed her last rites of foster father. She has avoided media and refused to talk after his death.
On her professional front, Ramya is busy with multiple projects. Kodi Ramakrishna's bilingual movie, Prajwal Devaraj's Dil Ka Raja, Jaggesh starrer Neer Dose and Shivaraj Kumar's Aryan are her forthcoming movies.