It's a known fact that the Sandalwood Queen Ramya has become a busy bee in politics after she got elected as Member Of Parliament (MP). The golden girl is also in news for not finishing the movies, which were signed by her before the elections.
Ramya, who was targeted by actor Jaggesh in his Tweets recently, is likely to play a safe side by purchasing the movie, Neer Dose. Latest buzz from Sandalwood says that the actress is likely to contest in upcoming Lok Sabha polls, and also she has to complete four movies, which she has signed.
It is said that Ramya is very concerned about her image these days, and she is maintaining a clean image in politics. The actress, who plays the role of a prostitute in Neer Dose, has taught that the role would damage her image in politics.
Recently, Jaggesh had asked Ramya to bear the cost of the movie making if she is not going to do the movie. He tweeted, "I read in a newspaper, which had quoted, 'After becoming MP, Ramya will not be doing Neer Dose!' It is wrong, she cannot do like that. If so, she has to bear the cost of the movie making."
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Producer Demanded Ramya's Dates
Sudheendra has asked Ramya to give twenty days to complete the shooting of Neer Dose. The next meeting was scheduled on November 25.
Meeting On November 17
Ramya has also requested to keep the meeting on November 17. Ramya's manager will be representing the actress in the meeting as she will be busy with party meeting.
Ramya Not Attending The Meeting
It is said that Ramya, who had initially promised to attend the meeting on November 25, has now cleared that it is impossible for her to attend.
Will Ramya Purchase The Movie?
Sources said that Ramya is likely to purchase the rights of Neer Dose movie, and decided not to release it as the role of prostitute will affect her political career.
People Won't Accept
Ramya said, "I don't think public will accept an MP who is running around trees in short skirts and sleeveless blouses."
Vijay Prasad Launched Petromax
It is said that Neer Dose's director Vijay Prasad was frustrated with the issue and launched his upcoming movie Petromax starring Sathish Neenasam in the lead role.