Honey Singh announces 'bare it all' docu-film with Netflix, to be produced by Oscar-winner Guneet Monga


A documentary film on the life of hip-hop artist and rapper Honey Singh is set to arrive on Netflix, the OTT platform announced on Wednesday. Billed as a “bare-it-all docu-film”, the project will see Yo Yo Honey Singh deep-dive into life and sudden disappearance at the peak of his career that startled the industry and fans, garnering intense media attention. The documentary is directed by Mozez Singh and produced by Guneet Monga and Achin Jain of Sikhya Entertainment, the banner that recently bagged an Oscar for The Elephant Whisperers.

On Instagram, the singer and Netflix India sent out a joint post which read, "Singh-ing on top of our voices because Honey Singh’s latest documentary comes soon on Netflix! (red heart emoji)." In the video, Honey Singh raps in a voiceover and states, "This life that God has given me, there's a depth to it. That reminds me of my younger self. I've told the world my story."


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“This Netflix docu-film will give everyone an honest and sincere account of my life, my upbringing, where I’ve been and my current journey to return stronger,” said the singer.

Producer Guneet, who won the Oscar for Best Documentary Short for The Elephant Whisperers on Monday, said, “Yo Yo Honey Singh took over the Indian Music industry by storm. His music resonated with the youth. Singh was a star even before he garnered limelight in the press. His tumultuous journey with fame intrigued a whole nation, and us at Sikhya. This was a story I wanted to explore."

(Source: Instagram)