According to a report in a news portal, Metropolitan Magistrate Tania Singh passed the order after taking consent from the rapper and his wife. The judge reportedly said if there is even a slight possibility of reconciliation that should not be ruled out.
Shalini had reportedly spoken up about how she was allegedly physically assaulted by Singh over the 10 years of their marriage. She also alleged that he cheated on her. She also reportedly sought Rs 20 crore compensation from the singer under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act.
Earlier, the court had restrained the rapper from alienating or creating any third party interest owned directly or through his companies and had directed him to file all the documents of his companies registered abroad along with other details.
The counsel for Honey Singh had assured that they will not sell the identified villa in the meantime and will also file all documents pertaining to his companies registered abroad by the next date of hearing.
Meanwhile, on the work front, he recently released his music video, ‘Kanta Laga’ with Tony and Neha Kakkar. The song was released on September 8.
Talking about the overwhelming response of the song, Yo Yo told IANS, “I’m grateful to have listeners who embraced me in this song. The response to the song has been amazing and listeners have expressed an incredible amount of love in the comments’ section. Success for me is offering listeners a song that transports them to the zone of the song. I think ‘Kanta Laga’ did just that.”