On the audio release function of Dhandam Dhashagunam, Ganesh had condemned the Golden girl's senseless behaviour for not attending the event. He had claimed that he had payed her dues of Remuneration, Rs. 27 lakhs just a few after the event. Responding sharply to his statement on her Twitter page, she tweeted, "Mr Ganesh where is my money you borrowed from me and avoided my calls for 6 months?? I still have the documents with me you signed saying you will return it in a month."
Ramya has expressed her disappointment over the KFCC for not looking into her case filed against the producer a couple of months ago. She tweeted, "The first letter was given in Jan. The chamber didn't take any action I guess because Ganesh is secretary at the chamber:o) where is justice???
She has sent him a counter challenge after he forced the Kannada Film Producers Association to warn her to give explanation about her absence on the event in two days. In a reply to this decision, she tweeted, "I'm giving Ganesh 48 hours time to return my dues. I have written 4 letters to the chamber with the copy of blank cheque and document he has signed saying he has taken money."
The Dhandam Dhashagunam actress does not seem to have respect for the KFCC rules left in her heart. In a reply to her fans' tweet, she wrote, "If you worked for 40 days and instead of getting your salary you gave your boss money and he doesn't return it, doesn't answer your calls for 6 months you will follow rules?"
However, Ramya condemned A Ganesh for his chief publicity stunt. On Chiru Sarja account, she ridiculed, "Dhandam Dhashagunam got its first share of publicity that too free of cost! Hahaha!" Besides the producer, she also laughed at media for making its livelihood at the cost of spoiling her image.
She wrote, "Ganesh should thank me for the publicity he got cos of me not attending. Would it be the same if I did? channels for their trp >more money! and for people who don't make movies anymore get free time on tv to talk about me:o)." Finally, she asked, "Is there a rule where people can sue people for taking their name for publicity??"