BANGALORE: Upcoming heroine Ramya Barna, who hogged the limelight for her alleged relationship with hero Anand, feels that her name was dragged without any valid reason. Ramya says that she acted with Anand in Nannedeya Haadu and has no relationship as alleged by his wife.
“They were not in good terms. She just wanted a reason to apply for a divorce. She made me a scapegoat. After that incident, I had no peace of mind for almost a month. I made it clear to her that I had no relationship with her husband. But she wouldn’t listen,” says Ramya.
Ramya also made the headlines for her steamy performance in Nee Bandhu Ninthaaga. However, Ramya says that she had to act in that song out of compulsion. “I had no idea the song would be shot so till I reached the location. When the director and the producer asked me to act in that song sequence I had no option, but to say yes. Its shooting was held three years ago. I still repent for acting in that song. I will not repeat the same mistake in the future,” explains Ramya.
The actress said that she never dreamt of becoming a heroine. Ramya, who graduated from Jyothi Niwas College, wanted to step into the travel and tourism business. “One of the producers asked me whether I could act in his film, but I refused. Later, my friends insisted me to step into the industry. That’s when I got the chance to act as the second heroine in Hani Hani. My other film was Nannedeya Haadu. Recently I acted as Nidhi Subbaiah’s sister in Pancharangi, directed by Yogaraj Bhat,” says the actress.
She also acted in the Telugu film Shudra. “It was a suspense thriller. A few scenes of that film frightened me when I watched it in Hyderabad a few months ago,” says the actress. She also made her debut in Tamil films with Madhya Chennai in which Jayant acted as the hero. “It was a success in Tamil Nadu but I have no idea when it was released in Bangalore and when it was withdrawn from the theatres,” she says. Now, she is set to act in the Tulu film Oriyar Doresal.