Honey Singh accused of creating fake stories about the origin of the Lungi Dance song – WATCH


The popular song “Lungi Dance” from the Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone movie “Chennai Express” has been on the music scene for ten years. Yo Yo Honey Singh, the song’s composer and vocalist, has now come under fire for allegedly fabricating the song’s history over the course of ten years.

Three different interviews with Singh about the song’s genesis are included in an Instagram reel that has gone viral. In the first, he claims that Khan invited him and requested a song that was comparable to Desi Beat; Singh refused and responded that he would instead produce a better track that would fit Khan’s feel and the topic. Singh claimed that they first disliked the song and that it took them three weeks to come around to it.

He had said in an interaction with ETimes, “I made ‘Lungi Dance’ and he didn’t like it. I told him, ‘Chahiye toh theek hai, nahi chahiye toh main isko single release kar dunga’.”


In the second interview, Singh recounted performing the song in front of Shah Rukh Khan, who said, “This is the biggest song of my life till now,” which features him sitting

In the third interview, he is heard saying, “phir unhone gana pasand kiya aur meri kismat kholi aur dukaan chal gayi meri” on “The Kapil Sharma Show.”

At the very conclusion of ‘Chennai Express,’ the ‘Lungi Dance’ was performed as a tribute to Rajinikanth by King Khan, Deepika Padukone and the entire production team.

The song immediately connected with the crowd and quickly rose to fame, becoming a staple at all events, including weddings, birthday parties, discos, and glam award shows.



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