Yo Yo Honey Singh wants to pause Bollywood career
Posted on Feb 15 2014 | IANS
By Subhash K. Jha, Mumbai, Feb 15 : After churning out hit after Bollywood hit in 2013, rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh is all set to take a break from Hindi film songs to focus on his non-film career. He is also excited about breaking new ground and working with names like Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan.
"After I did 'Lungi dance' with Shah Rukh bhai, I felt I had achieved everything there is to achieve. But then I am getting to work with Amitabh Bachchan sahab now. And it's really the ultimate Bollywood experience for me. It really can't get any better for me," said Honey Singh.
He says he needs to take a break from Bollywood after working with Big B.
"I need to now focus on other things before I carry on in Bollywood. I can't be doing what I've done in 'Lungi dance' and now the song 'Party with bhootnath' with Bachchan saab over and over again. I've to reinvent myself for Bollywood," he said.
Honey Singh's proposed music video with the Big B featuring a team specially flown in from Canada, has been postponed by a fortnight.
The singer sees this as an opportunity to polish up his act.
"It isn't every day that someone like me gets to work with Bachchan saab. There is a lot of work to be done from now till the shooting of the song," he said.
Honey Singh has flown in the director Giftie and the choreographer Big Dance of his international hit song "Blue Eyes" for Big B's music video.
"My team and I have been working on the song with Bachchan saab. Believe me, Bachchan saab is the youngest member of our band...I am having the time of my life," said the performer, who believes that working with Big B and SRK has been a life changing experience.
"I thought I was passionate about my work. Then I saw Shah Rukh bhai and Bachchan saab at work. Their spirit was so infectious.I felt I had so far been just fooling around. It's time for some serious work now," he said.
"I have fulfilled all my dreams in Bollywood. Now I have to find new dreams for Bollywood before I strike again," he added.