23:30 GMT24 October 2020
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    New Delhi (Spuntik): Having started his career in Kannada television, Yash made his debut in cinema in 2013 with the film "Googly" and delivered some commercially successful films like "Mr and Mrs Ramachari", "Gajakesari", and "Santhu Straight Forward".

    Yash is a very popular actor in Kannada, the language of the southern state of Karnataka. His film "KGF" emerged as the first Kannada film to breach Rs. 200 crore ($28.12 million) worldwide.

    Looking dapper in a suave striped suit along with his signature heavily bearded look and long hair, Yash was awarded "The Sensation of South Indian Cinema" at a glittering ceremony in the southern city of Chennai.

    Netizens were quick to react upon hearing the news with many calling the award “well deserved”.

    The actor is currently busy shooting for the second part of “KGF” that has been the talk of the town since its inception.

    Yash has previously won Best Actor and Stylish Icon awards at South Indian International Movie Awards (SIIMA) 2019, award that recognizes the best films and performances in Southern Indian Cinema.


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