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Yo Yo Honey Singh has been divided from a strain attention for a while now. His fans have been patiently watchful to know if he would ever make a comeback. In his absence, his contemporaries from Raftaar to Badshah finished it outrageous in a industry. But Honey Singh fans remained positive that a aristocrat would keep his bench protected when he would make a crash entrance in a strain scenario. Now, it seems a time has come for a fans to glory as, after a opening of a year, Yo Yo Honey Singh is behind with a Punjabi song.
The strain star, who has ruled a attention and is famous for bringing in a swat enlightenment in India, is behind with a strain patrician ‘Dil Chori Sadda Ho Gaya,’ for a Kartik Aryan-starrer ‘Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety’ by a makers of Pyaar Ka Punchnama. The celebration series will recover on Dec 26.
The strain is a recreated chronicle of Hans Raj Hans’ famous lane from 2004 manuscript The Knight. While articulate about his strain Honey Singh shared, “I am really happy to move new songs for my fans. we have always appreciated Hans Raj Hans Ji’s work and it was good to reconstitute his strain into a Bhangra strain with Hindi lyrics. Lots of adore to all my fans who waited.”
He serve adds, “My propinquity with T-series goes approach back. It’s always extraordinary to work with them. We have finished some good work together in a past.”
— Yo Yo Honey Singh (@asliyoyo) December 23, 2017
The singer-rapper has been divided from a attention for a year. His final swat was for T-Series’ Gal Ban Gayi, that expelled in Sep 2016. His single, that was a recreated chronicle of Aashiqui strain Dheere Dheere Se, starring Hrithik Roshan and Sonam Kapoor, ruled a charts for a while before that. Now, with this Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety track, Honey Singh competence get behind to order his kingdom.