Shehnaaz Gill’s chat show, Desi Vibes With Shehnaaz Gill is the talk of the town currently. From Rajkummar Rao appearing in the first episode of the first season to Shahid Kapoor, Vicky Kaushal, Bhuvan Bam and others marking their presence, the show is receiving a good response from the audience in general.
The latest addition to the guest list is everybody’s favorite, Yo Yo Honey Singh. The OG Rapper will come across as the new guest at the show. Honey Singh is currently promoting his much awaited album ‘Honey 3.0’ which is all set to release soon. Its first song which is titled as ‘Naagan’ will be released on 14 April. Giving high hopes to the listeners already, Yo Yo will be seen talking about the album with Shehnaaz Gill in the 11th episode of the show.
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Being fond of both Shehnaaz and Yo Yo, what more could we expect than seeing them sitting and chatting together. And we are already aware how witty and humorous both these stars are. Overall, it will be fun to watch them talk together about Yo Yo’s professional and probably personal life. Gill shared a couple of images on her official Instagram handle by captioning them as ‘Shot today with India’s OG rapper YO YO Honey Singh! #DesiVibesWithShehnaazGill @yoyohoneysingh’
Meanwhile, Shehnaaz Gill is busy on both the ends as she is promoting her upcoming film, Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan with Salman Khan and also coping up with her own show. Talking about Yo Yo Honey Singh, he is having a gala time currently as the artist is busy promoting his album, Honey 3.0, and also heading towards the India Tour with the similar name. No doubt, both the artists are having the best yet busiest times of their lives.
The most recent episode of Desi Vibes With Shehnaaz Gill was shot with the spiritual speaker, BK Shivani. Also to let you know, Yo Yo has released the teaser of his first song from the album which is getting a great response from the viewers on social media.
Watch the teaser here: