Honey Singh Recalls Akshay Kumar Contacting Him During His Battle With Depression; Says, ‘He Wouldn’t Take No For An Answer’
Honey Singh spoke about how many Bollywood celebrities reached out to him when he was diagnosed with mental illness
Renowned rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh is back for the third time to churn out some of the best music. He has been open about his struggles with mental illness ever since his return. From speaking about how he and his family dealt with everything to how many people from the Bollywood industry rushed to help him and offer their support, the musician hasn’t held back. Now, in a recent interaction, he spoke about how Akshay Kumar was adamant on talking to him.
During his chat with RJ Sidharth Kannan, he was asked who from the film industry had reached out to him after hearing about his diagnosis. The musician, while stating that he was unable to make phone calls, said that Akshay was quite adamant on talking to him. The actor even went as far as to suggest an Ayurveda program in South India. ALSO READ: Honey Singh Breaks-Up With His Girlfriend Tina Thadani, A Year After Being Together! Here’s What We Know
Quoted by ABP News, Singh said, “My mother told me he wouldn’t take no for an answer. He told me everything will be okay, and suggested an Ayurveda program in South India. He said it could help. I didn’t go. But everybody was supportive and loving.” ALSO READ: Honey Singh Reveals Shah Rukh Khan Initially Didn’t Like ‘Lungi Dance’ Song; Rapper Says, ‘I Always Had Trouble Making Music For Bollywood'
Further during the interview he also revealed that not only did Deepika Padukone suggested a good psychiatrist to him, but someone from Shah Rukh Khan’s office had also contacted him. He went on to say that many others were also there for him.
For the unversed, the rapper had collaborated with SRK and Deepika for their song ‘Lungi Dance’ in Chennai Express and his party track ‘Party All Night’ from the movie Boss, starring Akshay was a superhit amongst the fans.
On the work front, Honey is currently busy churning out his new album after being inactive for the last few years. He will be seen in a documentary based on his life which will be directed by Guneet Monga and streamed on Netflix later in 2023.
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