Honey Singh skips live singing at docu launch says ‘Main Arijit Singh toh hoon nahin’


In an unexpected turn at the high-profile ‘Next on Netflix’ event this past Thursday, popular rapper and singer Yo Yo Honey Singh chose to forgo live singing during his performance. Honey Singh, whose rise to fame has been meteoric in the Indian music scene, was present at Mehboob Studios, located in the heart of Mumbai’s Bandra area, to promote his upcoming documentary. The gathering buzzed with anticipation, as fans and media alike were eager to witness live renditions of his hit tracks. Yet, they were greeted with a different spectacle.

The artist, renowned for chart-toppers like ‘Brown Rang’, which catalyzed his ascent to stardom, and ‘Lungi Dance’ from the blockbuster film ‘Chennai Express’, starring Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone, decided to accompany the original recorded versions of these tracks instead of performing them live. Addressing the crowd with a candid confession, Honey Singh remarked, “Main Arijit Singh toh hoon nahi jo live gaaunga. So let’s play the track,” humbly acknowledging that his forte lies elsewhere as compared to the celebrated live vocal performances of his peer, Arijit Singh.

The event served not only as a platform to showcase his singing prowess but also to highlight his stylish fashion sense. Honey Singh was decked out in a striking metallic sky blue blazer, complemented by a crisp white shirt and sleek black pants, making for an image that glimmered almost as much as his illustrious career.

The evening, however, was primarily to shed light on the artist’s journey in the upcoming documentary titled ‘Yo Yo Honey Singh Famous’. Directed by Mozez Singh, known for the Shefali Shah-led series ‘Human’, and produced by the acclaimed duo Guneet Monga and Achin Jain of Sikhya Entertainment, the film promises an intimate look into the transformation from Hirdesh Singh to the superstar Yo Yo Honey Singh.

The feature-length documentary is set to delve into the intricacies of Honey Singh’s personal and professional life, presenting a narrative filled with behind-the-scenes moments that are seldom seen by the public. Furthermore, viewers will be provided with exclusive sit-down discussions featuring the rapper’s family, close friends, and colleagues in the music industry who have stood by him through various phases of his career. With Honey Singh’s fan base eagerly awaiting its release, ‘Yo Yo Honey Singh Famous’ is near its grand unveiling on the global streaming service, Netflix.

As the event drew to a close, the anticipation for the documentary reached new heights. The promise of an untold story, the ascent of a music legend, and the man behind the glimmering façade of fame was more palpable than ever.

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