Sandalwood Queen Ramya, who was defeated in the recent Lok Sabha polls, has got an advice from critically acclaimed director Nagathihalli Chandrashekhar. Nagathihalli has suggested Ramya to balance politics and films, and asked her not quit movies at this age as she is too young to do so.
"Ramya should not quit films at this age, still she have a bright future. I suggest her to balance both films and politics. She should not be disappointed with the defeat as it is a common in politics and in our life. If we are in films we should be in front of camera, and if we are a politician we should be with people. Life will be wonderful if we balance both," says Nagathihalli Chandrashekhar, who thinks Ramya is too young to give up acting for politics.
Ramya and Nagathihalli Chandrashekhar had worked in Sandalwood's Blockbuster Amrithadhare, which had Dhyan in the lead role. The romantic movie also marked the Kannada debut of Bollywood Superstar Amitabh Bachchan, who was seen in the cameo role of the movie. Ramya is currently awaiting the release of Hattrick Hero Shivaraj Kumar starrer Aryan, which is likely to hit screen in the last week of June 2014. She also has Neer Dose and Dil Ka Raja in her kitty.