Happy Birthday Yash: Most Expensive Things Owned By The KGF Star Which Will Blow Your Mind

Kollywood superstar Yash is celebrating his 35th birthday today and we are going to talk about this most expensive possessions

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Happy Birthday Yash: Most Expensive Things Owned By The KGF Star Which Will Blow Your Mind
If you are a movie buff, there’s no doubt that you admire few superstars who are ruling the industry with their talent and utter X factors. Be it Bollywood, South Indian film industry or Pollywood, people become inquisitive when it comes to know about the lifestyle of their favourite stars. Yash Kumar Gowda, who is celebrating his 35th birthday today, enjoys a huge fanbase from all over India. He might have started his career with Kannada film industry but after his movie ‘KGF: Chapter 1’ (2018) he got blessed with a gigantic amount of fanbase from every corner of our country. 

If you are a fanboy or a fangirl of Yash, you must know that he is an impactful actor and also a stunner when it comes to fashion and style. But did you know that the actor possesses few outragedly expensive possessions too? Yes! KGF actor Yash has multiple ridiculously expensive cars and an astonishing house. If reports are to go by, the actor has one Audi Q7 that expenses around Rs 1 crore and a stunning Range Rover that casts a minimum amount of Rs 80 lakh. Also, Yash is a proud owner of Mercedes Benz DLS 350D which also costs around Rs 85 lakh. 


Apart from his outstanding car collections, he possesses a Bungalow house worth Rs 3-4 cores. He stays in that villa with his in which his beautiful wife Radhika who is an actress and his children - Arya and Yatharv. According to reports, Yash charges around 3-4 crore per movie and his net property estimated worth Rs 40 Cr. 

For the unversed, Yash debuted in the year 2008 with ‘Moggina Manasu’ opposite Radhika Pandit in South Indian film industry. Interestingly, he won millions of hearts with it and scored a Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor. His other famous films are 'Rajdhani', 'Modalasala', 'Kirtaka', 'Drama', 'Gajakesari', 'Raja Huli', 'Masterpiece' etc. 

Image source: Instagram/thenameisyash