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Yo Yo Honey Singh: I once tried acting, but I was awful at it and it’s the hardest job there is.

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Yo Yo Honey Singh: I once tried acting, but I was awful at it and it’s the hardest job there is.

Yo Yo Honey Singh objects to the labels of musician, writer, rapper, or singer. “I am an entertainer and a performer. After recently performing in Delhi at the HT City Unwind food and music event, Yo Yo says, “Mujhe bas audience ko khush karna hai chahe kaise bhi ho.” Yo Yo is more open than ever about everything from who should play the lead role in his biopic to his fitness quest, working with up-and-coming artists, and his most recent song, Together Forever. In addition, he provides information about his upcoming third album, Honey 3.0, which he claims will leave his listeners forgetting about anything else.

Several quotes from the interview

How did Dilwalon ki Dilli perform for the HT City audience?

It was excellent. I just gave a performance in Delhi, and I always like doing performances in places like Delhi, Jaipur, Indore, Hyderabad, and Assam, among others. Yeh saari jagah bahut insane and wild is true. At these locations, people’s energy levels differ. I have a unique affection for Delhi in particular because that is where I was born and raised. I had a great time playing, and it was truly incredible and baffling. I was supposed to perform for 90 minutes, but because of the unruly audience and several individuals who risked their lives by climbing the pillars and sitting on the poles, I could only stay on stage for 45.

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The time you dedicated a song to Alfaaz was quite emotional. We are aware that he has been having a difficult time since being attacked and suffering injuries, and you have been updating us on his health on Instagram. Was it challenging to perform for the first time without him?

People mistakenly believe that I view Alfaaz as an artist, a sibling, and a friend, but I actually view him as a son. He’s been with me for 14 years and has performed on stage with me for 11–12 of those years. The song Haye Mera Dil by Alfaaz would typically be played first or second during any of my live performances. So, I really missed him during this performance, but he’s much healthier and no longer in danger today. I was convinced that Haye Mera Dil Alfaaz ke bina hi karte hain aaj because of how much I missed him.

No of the highs and lows in your personal or professional life, it is nothing short of a masala potboiler. Would you want to play the lead role in your own biopic if it were to be filmed, or would you prefer someone else to depict your life story?

No, I wouldn’t want to act since the one time I tried, I was awful at it. Acting bakwas karta hoon main. acting karna mere bass hi nahi hai. It’s a difficult job. Acting is the most challenging aspect of stage performances, followed by writing and singing. So if my biopic is created, an actor would be preferable. And if you ask me, a new actor, a new face, perhaps the boy next door, should be cast. However, I believe there is still time for a biopic to be made. Biopic banegi toh, abhi namak, mirchi thodi kam hai, abhi kuch karna hai, uske baad masala aur badhega.

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A few years ago, everyone was astounded and impressed by your physical change. Is your exercise programme going as planned?

It’s still going on. In essence, I spent five years at home recovering from my illness in 2014 and was unable to perform much work. I had begun writing songs, and when I began filming my songs for Saiyaan Ji, Makhna, and other projects, I was quite overweight. Fans didn’t appreciate the idea of someone with a wonderful body being out of shape. But despite exercising, I was unable to drop weight due to my medication. I finally took it seriously and put a lot of things on hold so that I could concentrate only on my fitness.

Has the ongoing transformation over the years—from being a composer of music to a rapper to now being a writer and a singer—been challenging?

Never did I wish to sing. I had no writing skills. I began by making music; uske bad kaam aata gaya. Then I began to compose for other people, and singing followed. Thus, everything has happened gradually. I sang and rapped a little bit in Brown Rang as well. I therefore do not claim to be a musician, writer, rapper, or singer. I am a performer and an entertainer, and my primary focus is on the audience’s ability to be entertained.

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Tell us about Together Forever, your most recent single, and what new things you have in store for your fans this time.

First time a black model appears in an Indian music video, it’s for a love song that we filmed in Hollywood, Los Angeles. Because Indians were primarily fascinated with having white skin, I’ve always emphasised brown girls in my videos, but since my first song, I’ve also included dusky girls. In India and many other nations, black people are not regarded as beautiful, despite the fact that black ladies are stunning. Therefore, I chose a black girl to star in Together Forever.

Since you performed it live for the first time at HT City Unwind, your most recent song, Paris Ka Trip, has received a lot of positive feedback. How did you find the thrills?

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It is a bizarre song. The song was recorded in March, but for various reasons, the release date kept getting pushed back. Milind [Gaba, singer] had been considering working with me for a while. He introduced me to this song about two years ago, and I assured him that we would undoubtedly collaborate on it. Then we wrote it, produced it, and now it’s available. Although it’s short, the song is incredibly commercial. It was incredibly wonderful that half the crowds knew the lyrics to the song when I performed it live because it was only released four days prior.

What kind of sense of obligation comes with working with emerging artists nowadays that you need to instil in them in order to make them feel welcome and included in the project?

I don’t believe I’m in a situation where I can launch someone just yet. Because I’d never claim that no one gave me a chance, the answer is that I do attempt to give young talent a chance. When I was in Punjab, many individuals provided me opportunities, including the singers Ashok Mastie paaji and the late Raj Brar paaji. Then I travelled to Delhi, where I released Brown Rang and finally rose to become an internationally recognised performer. My goal is to always support emerging talent and ensure that they never compete with one another but rather work in harmony. The main goal of collaboration is to benefit one another.

What should your followers expect from you going forward?

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I can’t wait for the release of my third album, Honey 3.0, in January of next year. It features some previously unheard pieces. When I was writing songs up until recently, some people would say, “Purane Honey Singh wali baat nahi hai.” Therefore, the new version I’m releasing for my followers will make you forget everything I’ve previously shared, whether it be Desi Kalakaar or International Villager. My fans will get to hear a variety of new and old songs on Honey 3.0, and I’ll be at a different level of fitness.

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James Cameron loves RRR as Alia Bhatt exclaims, “Uffff what a gorgeous morning,” and the movie wins two Critics Choice Awards.

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James Cameron loves RRR as Alia Bhatt exclaims, “Uffff what a gorgeous morning,” and the movie wins two Critics Choice Awards.

James Cameron’s praise of Alia Bhatt’s flick RRR drew a response from her. She responded on Instagram to a tweet from the movie’s official Twitter account, letting people know that an American journalist had said that the Avatar director “admires” the film. The Critics’ Choice Award for Best Foreign Language Film and Best Song for Naatu Naatu have just been given to RRR.

“Uffff what a gorgeous morning,” Alia commented on Monday morning after sharing the tweet on her Instagram Stories. James Cameron admires RRR, according to a tweet from American journalist Anne Thompson, which was answered by RRR’s Twitter account. @JimCameron, I LOVE YOU. #RRRMovie “RRR wins best foreign film at CCA – every piece of visibility helps get more people to view it,” Anne tweeted. Jim Cameron, who sits across from me at the table, and I introduced ourselves to S.S. Rajamouli.

“Congratulations to the cast and crew of @RRRMovie- winners of the #criticschoice Award for Best Foreign Language Film. #CriticsChoiceAwards,” read a tweet from the Critics Choice Award account.

RRR, directed by SS Rajamouli, received two Critics’ Choice Awards. Following last week’s Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song for Naatu Naatu, this marks the movie’s second significant triumph. For the Critics’ Choice Awards, the movie was nominated for five different categories: best picture, best director, best foreign language film, best song for Naatu Naatu, and best visual effects.

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The movie has already made it to the Oscars shortlist for best music (original song) and the BAFTA Feature Awards longlist for “film not in English language.” The movie had the biggest box office performance in India in 2022.

The primary actors in RRR are Ram Charan and Jr. NTR, with Ajay Devgan and Alia Bhatt playing supporting roles. Alia plays a crucial part in the plot as Ram Charan’s childhood sweetheart and friend. The fictional story RRR is based on the experiences of Alluri Seetharama Raju and Komaram Bheem, two Telugu liberation warriors.

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