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Please don't disturb Ajay Devgn. He is busy making memories with his family in London. The actor has shared a picture-perfect moment on Instagram from their time in the beautiful city. In the pic, Ajay Devgn is seen sitting at a table with his wife, actress Kajol, their children, Nysa and Yug, and his nephew Daanish Gandhi. Don't miss Yug and Nysa's oh-so-cute expressions. Ajay looks dashing, as always, in his all-black attire. Kajol's vibrant blue number has added an extra edge to the frame. In the caption, Ajay Devgn wrote, “Nothing more sacred than spending time with this bunch.”
Kajol reshared the happy pic on her Instagram Stories and wrote, “I agree…Memories need to be recorded.”
Wait, there is more. Daanish Gandhi's latest Instagram entry needs your attention. He has dropped a fantastic selfie with Kajol and Nysa. As per the Geotag, the picture was clicked at the Japanese restaurant Nobu in London.
Here are some videos from Daanish Gandhi's London diaries.
Meanwhile, Kajol was recently seen in the web series The Trial: Pyaar Kaanoon Dhokha. The Hotstar Special is a Hindi adaptation of the American courtroom drama The Good Wife. It is jointly produced by Banijay Asia and Ajay Devgn FFilms. Kajol plays the role of Nayanika Sengupta. The Trial also stars Jisshu Sengupta, Gaurav Pandey, Sheeba Chaddha, and Kubbra Sait in pivotal roles.
Kajol's performance in the series has been appreciated by fans and critics alike. Expressing her gratitude, the actress shared a video on Instagram and said, “Just a huge shout out and thanks to all the people watching the show and sending their love and light our way and another big shout out to this amazing cast and crew…You guys rock!”
Film critic Saibal Chatterjee, in his review for NDTV, wrote, “The Trial probes a panoply of points - love and marriage, perfidy and second chances, anguish and healing, power and its abuse, ambition and its repercussions, privilege versus privation, the consequences of shrill media trials, the ethics of the legal profession, and clash between the justifiable and defensible and the expedient and questionable.”