No bad blood between Mika Singh and Honey Singh!
Mika Singh and Honey Singh aka Yo Yo Honey Singh are well renowned singers. They both have a huge fan following and their songs are a part of most parties and weddings. Both the artist will be part of Yash Raj films' next film, MERE DAD KI MARUTI. In fact, the duo will be singing together a popular sound track of the film Punjabiyan Di Battery.
Few media reports recently suggested that Mika was annoyed with Honey Singh for all the credit he's getting for the MDKM song. However, close sources confirm there is no bad blood between them.
Says source, "Mika Singh and Honey Singh have known each other for more than five years. In fact it was Mika who recommended Honey for the song to Yash Raj Films in the first place."
Mika was called on board for singing Punjabiyan Di Battery. However the song needed a variation of voice and Mika was sure Honey would be the perfect fit.
The source adds, "Mika suggested Honey's name. The two are practically like brothers. There is no issue between the two at all."
MERE DAD KI MARUTI is Yash Raj Film's next starring Ram Kapoor, Saqib Salem and Rhea Chakraborty.
The song, Punjabiyan Di Battery has become an instant hit with the audiences. The song is tracking big time on music charts and radio.
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