- Neha Kakkar has sung the song with Honey Singh
- Makhna has been produced by Bhushan Kumar under T-Series banner
- The song is indecent, says Punjab State Women Commission Chairperson
Punjabi rapper Honey Singh has again courted a controversy for lewd lyrics in his new song Makhna. Taking a suo moto cognizance, Punjab State Women Commission Chairperson Manisha Gulati said she has written to the Director General of Police to register a criminal case against the singer for using lyrics like "Mein hoon womaniser (I am a womaniser)".
"Legal action and an inquiry is required to be initiated by the police on the matter as the song readied by T-series chairman Bhushan Kumar and singers Honey Singh and Neha Kakkar uses vulgar words against women," she said in a communique.
She said the Commission has sought status report from the police officials by July 12 in this regard. Demanding a ban on the song, she said it is "indecent and have a degrading influence on society."
The rapper in 2013 was involved in a controversy over the lyrics of his song Main hoon balatkari (I am a rapist)".
Even the Punjab and Haryana High Court had ordered the Punjab government to file a case against Honey Singh for singing vulgar songs.
It had also said singers like Honey Singh should be boycotted, as "his songs make us hang our heads in shame."
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