Hirdesh Singh, popularly known as Yo Yo Honey Singh or just Honey Singh, is a Punjabi singer. He officially divorced his wife Shalini Talwar on September 9 after being married for 11 years. According to media reports, Singh has paid Shalini alimony of Rs 1 crore. 

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Shalini made headlines in 2021 when she accused Honey Singh and his family of domestic violence. Honey Singh, as well as his mother and sister, were accused of “numerous incidents of physical abuse, verbal abuse, mental abuse, and emotional abuse” in her complaint. She also claimed they’d been dating since 2001 and married in 2011. Singh, on the other hand, was “rude, brash, aggressive, contemptuous, and disrespectful” to her. 

Who is Honey Singh?

Honey Singh is also a rapper, actor, and composer who works in the Punjabi and Hindi music industries. Because of his musical interest, the rapper traveled to the United Kingdom to study music at Trinity School. He moved to Delhi after finishing his studies in search of better career opportunities. The singer is known for his upbeat, funky, and party-style songs, but he has also sung songs in other genres such as desi hip hop, Punjabi rap, Bhangra, and R&B.

Honey Singh has come a long way from his humble beginnings as a Bhangra music composer who composed individual albums and singles tracks to becoming one of Bollywood‘s highest-paid music producers. Honey Singh is a musician who sings, raps, and produces music. 

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Honey Singh made his film debut as a music director in the Punjab film Punjaban in 2010. The following year, he composed music for his first Hindi film, Shakal Pe Mat Ja, as well as the Punjabi film jihne Mera Dil Luteya. Honey Singh made his acting debut in Mirza – The Untold Story in 2012, as a co-music director with Jatinder Singh Shah. In the same year, he was cast in the super-hit film Cocktail, alongside Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone, and Diana Penty, to sing ‘Main Sharabi.’