The actress says she won't apologise ‘come what may’ and not allow herself to be ‘bullied into submission’.

"When I landed in Mangaluru, eggs were hurled at me, black flags shown; I won't take my words back, I am not worried", she said.

The former Congress MP says she is in fact keen to go back to Pakistan to foster peace and engage in dialogue. The sedition case after against Ramya seemingly disagreed with Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar's comment that going to Pakistan is like going to hell.

She said that Pakistan is certainly not hell and the people there are very hospitable.

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