Netflix to release documentary on Punjabi singer-composer Honey Singh

Punjabi singer and music composer Honey Singh is set to be the subject of a new Netflix documentary. Singh revealed the news in an Instagram post on Wednesday, which was his 40th birthday. The documentary will be directed by Mozez Singh and produced by Oscar-winner Guneet Monga under her banner Sikhya Entertainment.

The documentary will explore Honey Singh’s life and career, from his humble beginnings in the small town of Hoshiarpur, India to become one of the most successful and acclaimed music composers in the world. It will also feature interviews with Singh’s family, friends, and colleagues and never-before-seen footage of his creative process.

Netflix India and Singh shared a joint video post on Instagram to announce the upcoming documentary. The caption reads, “Singh-ing on top of our voices because Honey Singh’s latest documentary comes soon on Netflix!”. The documentary is set to be released later this year.

The upcoming Netflix documentary on the life of Indian rapper Hirdesh Singh, popularly known as “Yo Yo Honey Singh”, is set to be a beautiful watch. The teaser of the documentary shows Singh singing a rap about his life and journey so far. The documentary will also showcase interviews with Singh’s family members, friends, and colleagues.

Honey Singh was born in New Delhi and broke into the music industry in 2003 as a Punjabi rapper. He has given many commercial hits throughout his career, with many of his songs taken up by Bollywood movies. However, Singh is often criticised for promoting misogyny, sexism, and drug abuse in his songs.

The Netflix documentary will depict Singh’s life and career as well as his sudden break from the music industry while he was at the peak of his career a few years ago. It will be interesting to see how the documentary portrays Honey Singh’s journey and how it will reflect his current life and career.

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