Netflix has announced that it will be releasing a documentary on Hip-Hop Artist Yo Yo Honey Singh. It will delve into his life and his sudden disappearance at the peak of his career, surprising the industry and fans alike.
The film will be directed by Mozez Singh and produced by Sikhya Entertainment, which is fresh from their Oscar win for ‘The Elephant Whisperers’. It will take Yo Yo Honey Singh’s fans through unseen chapters of his life with raw and candid revelations.
Yo Yo Honey Singh’s Unseen Chapters
After winning an Oscar for her documentary short, The Elephant Whisperers, producer Guneet Monga has teamed up with Netflix to launch a bare-it-all docu-film on hip-hop artist Yo Yo Honey Singh. The docu-film will capture the rapper’s personal and professional journey with behind the scenes moments straight from Hirdesh Singh aka Honey Singh along with sit downs with his family members, friends and music collaborators who have been by his side through it all.
The aforementioned docu-film will delve into Honey’s meteoric rise in the mainstream Bollywood music industry, while also looking at his sudden fall as the landscape changed due to market dynamics. The movie will also showcase some of his best work.
Directed by Mozez Singh
Netflix has announced a documentary film on the life of Hip-Hop Artist Yo Yo Honey Singh. The upcoming docu-film will bring to light the ups and downs of his career.
The rapper was born Hirdesh Singh in New Delhi and made a mark in the music industry in 2003 with his Punjabi raps. He then went on to have several hits like ‘Brown Rang’, ’Desi Kalakaar’ and ’Blue Eyes’ by 2011.
It is expected that the film will take his fans through previously unseen and unheard chapters of his life via raw and candid revelations that capture both his highs and lows. It will also feature interviews with family members, friends and music collaborators who have supported him in his journey.
The documentary will be directed by Mozez Singh and produced by Sikhya Entertainment. It will be shot on a budget of INR 3 crore. It will be released later this year.
Produced by Sikhya Entertainment
On Yo Yo Honey Singh’s 40th birthday, Netflix announced a documentary film on the rapper’s life. Described as a ‘bare-it-all docu-film’, the film will capture his personal and professional journey with behind-the-scenes moments straight from Hirdesh Singh better known as Honey Singh, alongside sit-downs with his family members, friends and music collaborators who have been by his side throughout it all.
Born Hirdesh Singh in New Delhi, Honey Singh entered the Punjabi music industry in 2003, and by 2011, had hits like Brown Rang, Desi Kalakaar and Blue Eyes. He soon emerged as a popular internet sensation and made it to mainstream Bollywood with his hits and song videos.
Sikhya Entertainment, the film production house that won an Oscar for The Elephant Whisperers is all set to bring a documentary on Honey Singh to Netflix. The bare-it-all docu-film will take fans through the unseen and unheard chapters of his life with raw and candid revelations that capture his highs as well as lows.
Streaming giant Netflix has announced a documentary film on Indian rapper Honey Singh, which will be released on the platform soon. The bare-it-all docu-film will see the rapper delve deep into his life and his sudden disappearance at the height of his career, which surprised the industry and fans and sparked a lot of media attention.
The film will feature behind-the-scenes moments from Hirdesh Singh, better known as Yo Yo Honey Singh, alongside different accounts from family members and music collaborators who have been by his side.
This bare-it-all docu-film is directed by Mozez Singh and produced by Guneet Monga under her banner Sikhya Entertainment. It will take Honey Singh’s fans through the unseen and unheard chapters of his life in a series of raw and candid revelations, capturing the highs as well as the lows.