Our star kids often tend to imbibe some fruitful talents which they decide to flaunt quite occasionally. Kajol’s son Yug Devgn is surely one such star kid. The kiddo is already a budding photographer and the latest picture clicked by him is the proof. But the most lovely thing was this time his muse was none other than his beautiful mommy, Kajol Devgn. kajol recently took to her social media to share a beautiful picture which was clicked by Yug and we literally cannot take our eyes off this lovely picture.
Kajol can be seen looking straight at the camera in the beautiful picture with her gorgeous eyes and lovely locks stealing the show. Kajol captioned the picture as, “Yug devgan at work again …” Yug is just seven years old but is already a very talented photographer in the making. Ajay Devgn and Kajol’s children Nysa and Yug are constantly under the eye of the shutterbugs and this often has an adverse effect on them. The star kids often faced an unwanted trolling on social media which was definitely a concern for their parents.
Kajol recently had the most adorable birthday wish for her husband Ajay Devgn on his birthday. She shared a post wherein she had posted a beautiful throwback picture of herself with Ajay from the sets of Koffee With Karan 6. She captioned the picture as, “Happy birthday to my dashing debonair dauntingly serious husband. I just SERIOUSLY wish you a wonderful day and year ahead. And I SERIOUSLY think you’re more awesome at 50 :)”On the professional front, Kajol was seen last year in film, Helicopter Eela which showcased her as a mother to a young boy who is in college. While she struggles to cope with her son, Kajol joins his college as a student which makes her son feel suffocated. Through the film, Kajol and the makers wanted to portray the modern day relationship between parents and youngsters. Kajol’s acting was appreciated in the film and the trailer also intrigued many of her fans. Now, she will be seen in Ajay Devgn’s Taanaji as his wife. After U Me aur Hum, Kajol and Ajay Devgn will be seen in the period film- Taanaji: The Unsung Warrior.