"Because of her behaviour, the actress cannot be given membership," Movie Artistes Association (MAA) office-bearer Sivaji Raja told reporters.
Though application for the membership was given to her earlier, she did not fill it up properly, Mr Raja and other office-bearers claimed.
The actress had on Saturday stripped in public and staged a protest in front of the film chamber office, alleging that local artistes were not being given enough opportunities in the industry.
Rejecting her charges, the office-bearers said several Telugu actresses had over the years got adequate opportunities in their film career.
Police have charged the actress with obscene acts in public place under the Indian Penal Code.
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