KGF Star Yash and his wife Radhika Pandit are one of the cutest couples in the southern film industry. Fans are absolutely in awe of the couple’s scorching chemistry on and off screen. As well as being a lovely couple, the two are also beloved parents.
Both are very active on social media and continue to treat us with adorable photos and videos of their children – Ayra and Yatharv. In the midst of a busy filming schedule, the KGF star makes sure to give time to the children at home. The star even shared an adorable video on Instagram and fans are in awe of it.
In the video, Yash can be seen trying to figure out Yatharv’s words as he begins to learn to speak. Needless to say, his children bring a lot of positivity and happiness to the actor’s life. The video also testifies that the star fully appreciates fatherhood. The playful video also proves that he deserves the “Best Dad of All Time” award. Watch the video below:
Meanwhile, Yash is preparing for his 2018 hit film KGF: Chapter 2. Directed by Prashanth Neel, the film stars Sanjay Dutt, Prakash Raj, Raveena Tandon, Srinidhi Shetty, and Anant Nag. Produced by Vijay Kiragandur under the Hombale Films banner, the film is slated to hit the big screen on July 16, 2021.
As fans eagerly await the film’s theatrical release, the star has reportedly signed another project with one of Ranveer Singh’s 83 producers, Vishnuvardhan Induri. The film is said to be part of the Pan India action host. As Pinkvilla reports, a source revealed, “Yash and Vishnu have had several meetings and the actor is bowled over by the concept of this action-packed pan-Indian film. They talk to several directors about boarding the film, as the idea is to present the film on the ground this very year. However, things will move at a faster pace than after Yash signs the dotted lines. The producer has focused on a few likely directors from Bollywood as well as the Telugu and Kannada industry, and will have another meeting with Yash soon before moving things forward with the director.
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