[an error occurred while processing this directive]Golden girl Ramya has once again proved that she is controversial queen after she was thrown out of Prakash Raj"s debut directorial venture Naanu Nanna Kanasu. The differences between Ramya and producers of the movie over her remuneration are reason for dumping the actress. However, another upcoming Kannada actress Amoolya, who made her debuted in Kannada with Cheluvina Chittara, has been chosen for the lead lady role.
The Kannada actress has informed to Oneindia.in over phone that she has walked out of the project Naanu Nanna Kanasu over the issue of payment. She usually charges Rs. 35 lakhs per movie and she demanded the same from the producers. But they were ready to pay her only Rs. 16 lakhs. Although negotiation went on the issue, she prefered to opt out stating that she did not want to compromise on her salary.
This is not the first time that Ramya is doing this. Earlier, it happened on the sets of Sudeep directed Kannada movie Just Maath Maathalli. She had also quarreled with producer Ashwini Ram Prasad on the sets of movie Jothegaara, which is a long pending movie. Now she has added one more movie to her list.
It is also said that she was not attending the shooting on time. She was expected to reach Madikeri to shoot the movie on her birthday on November 29, but she had not attended it. This irked the producers and led them to ditch her. Whatever may be the reason Ramya had got a good opportunity to work with National Award winning actor like Prakash Raj and she should not missed it over the monetary differences.
Recently, the golden babe had made a big news after she pledged her eyes to Narayan Nethralaya Eye Bank to mark her 28th birthday. But nobody in the Sandalwood had expected her to hit the headlines so early with such an issue.
However, Pakash Raj directed movie Naanu Nanna Kanasu was launched its shooting at Karnataka State Lawn Tennis Association in Kabban Park, Bangalore. Now the shooting is going on briskly and recently shooting took place at Shanivara Santhe in Somawar Peth. The film crew is heading to Baba Buddangiri for shooting on coming Saturday.