The grapevine was abuzz that Nayanthara’s speedy conversion to Hinduism is her impending marriage to Prabhu Deva.
But sources close to the actress swear that she has been a regular temple goer, long before she met Prabhu.
However, certain temples in south India especially in Kerala like the famous Sree Krishna temple in Guruvayoor and Sree Seetha Ramachandra Swamy temple at Bhadrachalam, does not allow entry of non-Hindus to the temple.
Nayanthara swan song,is likely to be the Telugu mythological Sri Rama Rajayam directed by veteran Bapu.
In the film, Balakrishna plays the lead role as Lord Rama with Nayanthara as Seetha. The audio of the film is to be launched today (August 15) evening at Bhadrachalam.
The Sree Seetha Ramachandra Swamy shrine at Bhadrachalam, around 400 kilometres from Hyderabad is the most famous temple in the country dedicated to Lord Rama.
Rama Rajyam team is holding a special pooja at the temple where only Hindus are allowed entry and later audio will be released in a nearby stadium.
Bala Krishna, Nayanthara, Akkineni Nageswara Rao, maestro Ilayaraja and Srikanth would be taken in a chartered helicopter from Hyderabad to Bhadrachalam for the event.
The actress who is playing the all-important role of Seeta in the film is overjoyed that she can pray at the temple.
Remember that the actress who hardly makes any public appearances or attends audio launch even if it is her own films is going to be the cynosure of all eyes at the event.