Vijay’s Bigil song Singa Penne leaked online months before release. Details insideA peppy motivational song titled Singa Penne from Vijay’s upcoming film Bigil has been leaked online months ahead of the film’s release.advertisement Next India Today Web Desk ChennaiJuly 17, 2019UPDATED: July 17, 2019 18:42 IST Vijay in BigilIt was only a few days ago that producer Archana Kalpathi of AGS Entertainments announced that the first song from Bigil, Verithanam, is sung by Vijay himself. Bigil, directed by Atlee, has music composed by AR Rahman. On July 16, another track from Bigil titled Singa Penne found its way to the internet and has gone viral on social media.The song in question has been sung by AR Rahman himself and has lyrics written by Vivek. It is said that the peppy track is a motivational song on the lines of Ella Pugazhum Oruvanuke (Azhagiya Tamizh Magan) and Aalaporan Tamizhan (Mersal).The leaked song is said to have been recorded from the film’s set when Vijay and Nayanthara were shooting for it. Within minutes, the hashtags #Bigil and #SingaPenne were trending nationally on Twitter.As of now, the makers are yet to respond to the latest development. Despite taking stringent measures, the song has been leaked, which has left the makers of Bigil in shock. Vijay’s ardent fans are mighty impressed with the song and have already added it to their playlists.Currently, Vijay and Nayanthara are shooting for the film in Chennai. While Vijay will be seen in two roles, Nayanthara is tipped to be playing the role of a physiotheraphy student. The shooting of Bigil is expected to be wrapped up in August this year.Bigil, which is based on women’s football, will release on Diwali 2019. The sports drama stars Vijay, Nayanthara, jackie Shroff, Vivekh, Indhuja Ravichandran, Varsha Bollamma and Yogi Babu in significant roles.advertisementALSO SEE | Bigil: Is this when the audio launch of Vijay film will take place?ALSO SEE | Bigil update: Vijay to sing Verithanam, his first AR Rahman numberALSO WATCH | Tamil actor Vijay hints at joining politicsGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byK Janani Tags :Follow BigilFollow AtleeFollow VijayFollow AR Rahman
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