Nayanthara to break her rules, to attend Bigil audio launch?

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Nayanthara (L) and a still from the venue (R)
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Bigil audio launch is just hours away and and it is surely going to be a grand event.

While fans of actor Vijay eagerly looking forward for his speech, they are eagerly awaiting to listen to the songs of composer AR Rahman.

Well, now the latest report regarding the event has made fans all the more excited. Reportedly, actress Nayanthara will attend the event.

Though Nayanthara is the most sought after actress since a long time, she does not take part in the promotions of any film. In fact, she makes this rule of hers clear to the makers even before she signs a project. But looks like, of late Nayans have been turning a blind eye with this rule and have agreed to be part of promotions.

Reports are rife that Nayanthara might attend the audio launch of Bigil, which is slated to take place in Chennai on Thursday evening. She and director Atlee shares a good bond and when Atlee asked her to grace the occasion, she has agreed.

Not just that, there are reports that she will also be attending the promotional events that will take place in Mumbai and Chennai. It is said that Chiranjeevi has requested the actress to attend a few promotional events of Sye Raa Narasimhaa and she could not say no.

Bigil audio launch event will be held at Sairam Engineering College. It is to be noted that the audio launch of Vijay's previous film Sarkar also took place in the college. The audio launch saw a huge gathering and hence the makers thought it would be ideal to have the Bigil audio launch in the same venue.

Bigil is a sports-drama based on women's football. Going by the rumours, Vijay plays the coach of the Tamil Nadu Women's football team. The film also stars Nayanthara, Jackie Shroff, Kathir, Indhuja Ravichandran, Varsha Bollamma, Amritha Aiyer and Yogi Babu in pivotal roles.

Meanwhile, the first lyrical video song from the movie was released online on Tuesday. Listen to it here:

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