The premiere date for the documentary is yet to be announced.
Last Updated: 06.17 AM, Mar 15, 2023
Yo Yo Honey Singh is a prominent rapper and hip-hop musician who has several popular songs to his credit. A bare-it-all documentary on his life will be released on Netflix soon. He will now discuss his life and the abrupt absence at the height of his success, which shocked the business and fans and attracted a lot of media attention. He is no stranger to controversy. In a film produced by the Oscar-winning Sikhya Productions and directed by Mozez Singh, Yo Yo Honey Singh will take his fans through parts of his life that they have never seen or heard before. He will do this by making raw and honest confessions about his highs and lows.
In 2003, the New Delhi boy joined the music scene with his Punjabi raps. By 2011, Yo Yo Honey Singh's hit songs, such as Brown Rang, Desi Kalakaar, Blue Eyes, and many other popular Bollywood songs, had completely taken over the market. He has been recognized for bringing the subgenre of "desi hip hop" more and more into popular culture and the music industry of the country. His songs formerly dominated all music charts, parties, and radio stations. He was one of India's earliest online celebrities.
This emotional and professional journey is shown in the documentary. It features interviews with Yo Yo Honey Singh, whose real name is Hirdesh Singh, and with his family, friends, and musical colleagues who have been there for him through it all.
Yo Yo Honey Singh talked about the documentary and said that he has talked to the media before about his personal and professional problems, but he has never been able to deal with everything. His followers have shown him so much affection, and they deserve to know the real truth. Everyone will get an honest and real account of Honey Singh's life, upbringing, places he has been, and present struggle to come back stronger in this Netflix documentary.
The Oscar-winning producer of Sikhya Productions, Guneet Monga, went on to say that Yo Yo Honey Singh ruled the Indian music scene completely. The young people connected with his songs. The rapper was well-known before the media started to pay him any attention. His turbulent path to stardom captivated the whole country, including those at Sikhya. Monga wanted to go deeper into this narrative. Happily, Netflix has always supported and presented unique, diverse local tales to a worldwide audience, creating a platform that is a great match for a bare-it-all, honest docu-film like this. They can't wait to get to know the guy who created the rap and hip-hop genres in the nation and to find out about the path that got him to where he is now and the controversy that followed.
The Yo Yo Honey Singh documentary will only be available on Netflix when it comes out later this year.