Villagers in the north Indian state of Uttarakhand are playing Honey Singh songs at full blast to keep away wild boars, according to a report in the Times of India.
The villagers in Nainital, which is a popular tourist spot, have resorted to the practice after the menace of wild boars caused damage and destruction for the village.
The villagers admitted that playing loud music keeps wild animals at bay, since they generally avoid human beings. However, with Honey Singh songs having loud and powerful beats, the songs are becoming the most popular numbers for the villagers.
The villagers have also admitted to playing bhajans and devotional songs earlier. Looks like Honey Singh has found new fans in the jungle. But aunty forest officer bulayegi!