Last night Ajay Devgn along with wife Kajol and children Nyasa and Yug were spotted at the Mumbai airport. Without posing much for the cameras, the four quickly headed towards the security check-in to leave Mumbai for their family vacay. The Devgns are in Paris at the moment to celebrate the Raid actor’s 49th birthday. The family is also accompanied by Vastal Sheth and Ishita Dutta in the romantic city. (ALSO READ: Ajay Devgn – Ileana D’Cruz Starrer Raid Earns Rs 96.97 Crore At The Box Office In 19 Days ) Also Read - Nushrratt Bharuccha, Rajkummar Rao Recreate Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol's Iconic Scene From DDLJ | WATCH
Ajay Devgn took to Twitter a while ago to share pictures of the family from their Parisian vacay. The actor posted a picture of the family with Vatsal and Ishita and captioned it saying, “Fêtes d’anniversaire à Paris”. Before this, the actor shared a few fun moments between him and son. In one of them, Yug looked unhappy first but soon he looked super excited after he was treated with chocolates. Take a look at all the pictures below : Also Read - Kajol Looks Absolutely Stunning in White Saree And Perfect Chandbalis as She Wishes Fans 'Happy Dussehra'
Earlier while talking about parenting, Ajay had revealed that Kajol is a tough parent between the two of them. The actress had later said, ” Yes, he is very much true in saying that. I am the tough parent. But I have to say that he backs me up whenever I need to be backed up, so that’s good parenting.”
The Dilwale actress had also revealed how its tough for the family to stay away from Nyasa who is in Singapore for her education. Kajol had said, “It’s really difficult for any parent to be separated from your children, but at the end of the day, it’s for their own good. It was very, very tough for me, but not as tough as it was probably for Ajay because I have myself studied in a boarding school away from home. Even my mom (veteran actor Tanuja) and sister (Tanishaa Mukerji) have studied in boarding schools… As parents, we have to do such things throughout our lives… things that are beneficial to them, even though it is painful for us.”