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Yo Yo Honey Singh’s Four Months Of Confinement Where He Thought He Would Not Survive!

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Yo Yo Honey Singh‘s four months of confinement.

Yo Yo Honey Singh set benchmarks by coming out in the open about his bipolar disease. The singing superstar was largely applauded for being brave enough to be vocal about his illness.

As brave as his revelations sound, his journey to overcome the fatal disease will give you nightmares.

Yo Yo Honey Singh is known to perform Live in front of millions detached from the outer world and was confined to his illness in his house for a period of 18 months. His ordeal got his near and dear ones extremely worried.

Honey Singh sustained his illness with utmost courage. Spokesperson shares , “Yo Yo Honey Singh is a true winner. His fight with the bipolar disease was a tough one. He was in self-declared exile for 18 months and at times, his state got worse. During one such time, he refused to step out of his room for 4 months because he was scared of his family members and doctors.”

While it is known that the disease puts immense mental pressure on the person suffering, Honey Singh‘s performer nature brought about drastic changes in his personality.

It was sheer courage and will power that led to him overcoming it. The spokesperson further adds, “One night it became so chronic that he realized he would not survive and will never be able to come back to normalcy.”

Yo Yo Honey Singh has since recovery been spreading awareness about the disease and has been motivating others too. While his ordeal with the bipolar disease was rather nasty, the singer has created a sensation by bouncing back.

Yo Yo Honey Singh has been in huge demand and has been performing Live at major events held nationally and internationally.

He is also set to make his acting debut in his upcoming film, Zoravar.

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