The Rocking Star looked unaffected by his recent monumental success as he spent some endearing time with his kids
Last Updated: 01.24 PM, May 11, 2022
Despite being the apple of the media's eye for the past few weeks, it would seem that Rocking Star Yash has remained completely unfazed. His latest offering, KGF: Chapter 2, has become a monumental success across the world to propel him into great heights of popularity but, as evidenced by his latest social media post, his personal life is still quite simple and sweet. In the video shared by the actor a short while ago, Rocky Bhai and his two little ones can be seen spending some quality time in one another's company by turning on their goofy modes!
Yash and son Yatharv have the cutest little face-off in the video as his three-year-old announces himself as a "big bad wolf" and soon after becomes a roaring dinosaur. Meanwhile, Yash's daughter Ayra clutches onto him in a most heartwarming manner as the 'KGF 2' actor pretends to be scared of his son's new-found wild side. However, soon comes the retaliation as Yash channels his own beast side and announces himself as the meanest Tiger! Yatharv, unable to tame this side of his father, skips the scene to cause both Yash and Ayra to erupt in laughter. Quite indeed, the scenes from the Yash and Radhika Pandit's household are perfect to beat the mid-week blues!
One of Yash's most endeared qualities has been his down-to-earth nature and simplicity, and all the many moments he spends with his family prove just that. The star couple can often be spotted taking off to a secluded spot to enjoy some necessary quality time and both Yash and Radhika Pandit can also be seen instilling strong cultural values in their children.
On the other hand, 'K.G.F: Chapter 2' has achieved top status in Indian film history through its box office figures. The film currently stands at the second spot in the list of highest grossers in India and is also well on course to beat S.S. Rajamouli's 'RRR' to become the third highest-grossing Indian film across the world (after Dangal and Baahubali - The Conclusion.