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Yo Yo Honey Singh to sing for Bruce Willis in 'Die Hard 5'?

IANS
Jan 17, 2013 at 12:39pm IST

Mumbai: If notoriety is a stepping-stone to stardom, then the recent controversies surrounding some of his songs have taken rapper Honey Singh to another level of popularity. If things will work out, he may end up singing for Hollywood film 'Diehard 5'.

The singer courted controversies for his songs allegedly based on sexal themes.

Honey sang hit songs last year in the films 'Cocktail' and 'Khiladi 786'. He is now in the process of cracking deals for at least seven new Bollywood projects for topnotch filmmakers including Sajid Nadiadwala and Anurag Kashyap.

Honey Singh to sing for Bruce Willis in 'Die Hard 5'?

Apparently, Honey is game for his first international film-song except for the time-factor.

But the topping on the controversial cake is the Hollywood deal likely to be cracked with the producers of 'Die Hard 5', the latest instalment of the franchise.

Apparently, Honey is game for his first international film-song except for the time-factor.

"They need the song in a week. I take at least three weeks to write and compose a song. If it's my first international song and that too for a franchise as well-known as 'Die Hard' I've to make sure it's an effort worth listening to," said Honey.

Honey is working on the song. He will deliver to the producers only if he is fully satisfied with the number.

Impeding his progress on this and others musical projects are the various FIRs filed against him in different parts of the country accusing him of composing misogynistic songs.

He said: "My lawyers have been busy. Only now have I been able to get out of the tangle. Now, I can again think straight. But it hasn't been an easy time for me. I was unnecessarily attacked and ripped apart."

Honey has written a song about the whole experience that he went through earlier this month when the moral police slammed down on him. The song titled 'Bring Me Back' will be premiered later this week on MTV.

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