Delhi Court orders in-camera hearing in Shalini Talwar's domestic violence case against husband Honey Singh

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Shalini Talwar, the wife of rapper and music composer Hirdesh Singh, popularly known as Yo Yo Honey Singh, filed a case of domestic violence against him at the Tis Hazari courts in August. In her 118-page complaint, Talwar has accused Honey Singh of engaging in extra-marital sex with various women. She has also provided details of the physical, verbal and emotional abuse that she had allegedly been subjected to by the rapper and his family. On September 3, the singer appeared before the court. 

Now, a Delhi court has ordered an in-camera hearing of the domestic violence case filed against Honey by his wife. Metropolitan Magistrate Tania Singh passed the order after taking consent from Honey and his wife Shalini. “If there is even a slight possibility of reconciliation, that should not be ruled out,” the judge said.

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Talwar was represented by advocate Sandeep Kapur, Senior Partner Karanjawala & Company, along with advocates Apoorva Pandey and GG Kashyap. Honey Singh was represented by advocate Rebecca John, while advocate Karan Govel appeared for singer’s parents.

The rapper and Talwar got married at a Delhi gurudwara in 2011. Talwar earlier alleged Honey Singh kept trying to conceal his proclivities from the time they got married at a Delhi gurudwara in 2011. She accused him of engaging in substance abuse and even having an affair with a Punjabi movie actress.
 

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