CELEBRITY NEWS: The Indian singer Yo Yo Honey Singh has used the lockdown to focus on his health and physical transformation. The singer had gained instant stardom by belting out hits such as Main Sharabi, Angrezi beat and Lungi dance.
The evergreen Punjabi rapper has in the past also spoken about his mental health struggles with bipolar disorder and alcoholism. So as we check out his amazing transformation, we can certainly say that Singh is on the road to wellness.
This is Singh as he attended Deepika and Ranveer’s Mumbai reception.
Honey Singh took a break from the industry between 2016-2017 and soon returned after his hiatus with soundtracks like Dil Chori and Chhote Chhote Peg from the Bollywood movie Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety.
Previously speaking to the Hindustan Times, the rapper stated that he has come out stronger “I have become stronger now. I never faced such problems in life but when it happened I had my family to support me and help me fight and get out of it. I was sick and when I recovered I chose to stay in the studio, and I think I made around more than 35 songs from 2017 to 2019. ” Singh said. And here’s the new and improved Yo Yo Honey Singh thanks to his dedication to training during the lockdown.
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Also actor Anupam Kher opens up about his mental illness battle, he was diagnosed as manic depressive and he explains how the lockdown has made him a calmer person.
“I was clinically diagnosed as manic depressive. I went to the doctor, surrounded myself with medication and moved on.” The actor continued, “Humei apne tarike se deal karna hota hai (we have to deal with it in our own way) and friends and family should understand if one is behaving in a lonely manner it is important to get them out of the zone.”
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