Actress Kajol and Ajay Devgn are proud parents of Nysa and Yug Devgn and yesterday their cute son Yug turned 8 years old. Actors by profession, Kajol and Ajay tied the knot in 1999 and welcomed their son in the year 2010. To wish their son, Ajay, and Kajol took to their social media and shared lovely pictures of Yug and wrote the wishes.
Kajol taking to her Twitter official wrote, “Happy birthday to me……. all of eight and growing more every day. Love u to the moon and back my sweet boy!”
This is the sweetest wish a mother can give to her kid.
Have a look:
Happy birthday to me……. all of eight and growing more everyday. Love u to the moon and back my sweet boy! pic.twitter.com/D8HtQkMPOO
— Kajol (@KajolAtUN) September 13, 2018
While Ajay Devgn took it in Daddy style and wrote, “Eight complete… on my way to nine! Thank you for all your love!”. Along with it, he posted a snap of Yug rafting with his friend.
Have a look:
Eight complete… on my way to nine! Thank you for all your love! pic.twitter.com/zt55oaDH7R
— Ajay Devgn (@ajaydevgn) September 13, 2018
With the loving family, Devgn’s are known as a perfect B’town family. Ain’t the snaps cool?
Earlier Kajol had told IANS, “I’ve been learning from my kids ever since I was pregnant. My biggest gurus are my kids. I learn something new from them every day.” Kajol also shared that the most important thing she’s learnt from her kids is ‘patience.’ “Sometimes there are words which I don’t understand when they are talking, so they tell me the meaning with a lot of patience and ease. Sometimes it’s their habits or outlook which I learn from. The most important thing I’ve learned from my kids is patience.”
On the professional front, Kajol will be next seen in Helicopter Eela which will get the release on 12th October. The film is Based on the Gujarati play titled Beta, Kaagdo by Anand Gandhi, the story of Eela revolves around a single mother and an aspiring singer (played by Kajol) and her relationship with her son.
— Kajol (@KajolAtUN) August 3, 2018
Earlier in an interview when she was asked if she finds any similarity between reel and real life Eela, she replied, “I think most mothers are like Eela. Indian moms generally… all of us are Eela, but the degree of obsession can change from one mother to another.”