Movie Actor

Yash was born in Mysore, Karnataka, India on January 8th, 1986 and is the Movie Actor. At the age of 38, Yash biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Naveen Kumar Gowda, Yash, Rocking Star Yash
Date of Birth
January 8, 1986
Place of Birth
Mysore, Karnataka, India
38 years old
Zodiac Sign
Actor, Television Actor
Social Media
Yash Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 38 years old, Yash has this physical status:

Hair Color
Eye Color
Not Available
Yash Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Not Available
Mahajana Education Society, Benaka
Yash Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Radhika Pandit
Dating / Affair
Radhika Pandit (2007-Present)
Arun Kumar J., Pushpa latha
Nandini (Younger Sister)
Yash Career


He joined the Benaka drama troupe, which was created by dramatist B. V. Karanth. He worked as a backstage employee and was paid 50 (63) US$/day) per day.

Yash later became a backstage actor and played Balarama in the lead role in a play in 2004. He completed his Bachelor of Arts at Bangalore's K.L.E. While still working in theatre. Psychology and journalism are two optional subjects in college, with psychology and journalism as optional subjects. He made his television debut with the teleserial Uttarayana the same year. He was offered a role in Nanda Gokula, a television series in which he appeared alongside Radhika Pandit in 2005. He went on to appear in several other teleserials, including T. N. Seetharam's Male Billu and Preeti Illa Mele. After Yash's family had a stable income, his parents came with him to Bangalore. He was offered roles in seven films during this period, but his insistence on getting the script for every film made available to him was regarded as "arrogance from a newcomer" and sometimes refused.

Yash debuted in 2007 as a supporting actor in Priya Hassan's Jambada Hudugi, which saw him play a man whose infertile wife requests uterus transplantation. In the teen drama Moggina Manasu (2008), directed by Shashank, four girls who became best friends in college, he explored the romantic interests of his Nanda Pandit's character. After Shashank's initial pick for the role fractured their leg and required bedrest for six months, he was cast in a last-minute decision. Shashank was later discovered to see Yash in an episode of Preeti Mele and was captivated by his appearance. Preeti Illa Mele had a beard, but Shashank reached out to him and told him to shave clean for the role. R.G. Despite the film's screenplay and highlighted Yash's success in the male cast as well as its female cast members, Vijayasarathy of Rediff.com found it to work. At the 56th Filmfare Awards South, he received the Best Supporting Actor award in Kannada. The film is considered to be Yash's first film.

Yash appeared in the thriller Rocky (2008) opposite Bianca Desai, portraying a college student with a troubled relationship with his parents. Rocky came to be a critical and commercial failure; Vijayasarathy, who discovered him in Jambada Hudugi and Moggina Manasu, wrote that "he looks uncomfortable here because the position lacks clarity." In the first of his two films, Sumana Kittur-directed action drama Kallara Santhe played Somu, a post-graduate student and later an auto rickshaw driver who is compelled to consider suicide by events in his life. He escorted the winners of a local competition in a rickshaw in Bangalore, attracting media attention. "Though this film depicts current topics such as extra-marital affairs, corruption, and nepotism among politicians, the director has not succeeded in presenting them in a convincing way," a critic for The New Indian Express wrote, "Though the film depicts contemporary issues such as extra-marital affairs, nepotism among politicians." The second installment of Prakash's family drama Gokula featured an ensemble cast including Vijay Raghavendra and Pooja Gandhi; a critic for The Times of India found the film to be limited to only "those who celebrate mothers and sons"; but loved all of the supporting performances, including Yash. Both Kallara Santhe and Gokula did not do well in terms of commercially.

Yash appeared in Modalasala, a romantic comedy starring Bhama in 2010. Sunayana Suresh of Daily News and Analysis said the film had "its funny scenes and occasional "an overdose of sentimental scenes" and highlighted Yash's prowess as a dancer, with his prowess as a dancer, who referred to him as "one of the finest we have in Sandalwood." The film was a commercial success, becoming Yash's first solo box office hit. His next film release was the crime investigation Rajadhani (2011), about a group of friends who commit a murder for money and escape from a cop played by Prakash Raj. The film failed to live up to both critical and commercial expectations, with Shruti Indira Lakshminarayana of Rediff.com feeling that its promising messages had been lost in consumerism, but Yash turned up a more mature presence and could be more than a motormouth lover boy." He appeared in Kirataka, a Tamil-language romantic comedy, starring a wayward student who falls in love with his batchmate, Oviya. It was the 3000th film to be released from Kannada's language film industry. The film's appreciation was evident, and the filmmaker wrote, "Yash is easily Kannada's best brat." The film gives him ample opportunity to showcase his dancing skills while still bringing out his acting skills. Kirataka was one of the top-grossing Kannada films of 2011.

In 2012, Yash had three film debuts. He appeared on Lucky, an upcoming commercial director who gets an unrecognizable makeover and renames Vicky. Vicky attempted to woo Gowri (played by Ramya), a radio jockey, but she discovers that she adores Lucky. "Yash looks dashing in the second half as the well-behaved Vicky, but he is also at ease in his earlier avatar as Lucky," Rediff.com wrote. In comparison, a critic for the Indo-Asian News Service said Yash "scores well as a dancer," but disliked his relationship with Ramya. Preetham Gubbi's action romance Jaanu followed a hotel owner who must escape familial compulsion to unite with his lover. The film was "good for a one-time watch" according to a critic for the Indo-Asian News Service, and he loved the fight scenes involving Yash. Both Lucky and Jaanu were extremely fruitful in terms of business. Yograj Bhat's romantic comedy Drama, starring Radhika Pandit, was his year-end release of the year. Shruti I.L. According to Daily News and Analysis, the pair were "a cute on screen couple" and that "liven[ed] up the screen with their effortless appearances." It was one of the highest-grossing Kannada films of 2012.

Yash first appeared on screen in Chandra's Kannada-Tamil bilingual Chandra in 2013, with a cameo appearance in the song "Tasse Otthu" (Tamil) (Tamil). He appeared in Googly, a college romance starring Pavan Wadeyar, but then broke with her after being told that she is cheating on him. He becomes a wealthy businessman and meets her years later. Yash was keen on stepping away from village-centric roles in Kirataka and Drama, and he used Googly to reimagine himself and create a new hairstyle for a "new and charming look." The film was a success and was one of the year's highest-grossing Kannada films. According to the Times of India, Googly's success contributed to Yash's rising fame and set him on a collision course with the actor. Wadeyar "infused life into the tale with outstanding execution" and was given "full praise" by a newspaper reviewer, highlighting his role in the "sentimental sequences." Googly was followed by a string of hero-centric films, whose main selling point was Yash's screen presence, establishing him as a "mass hero." Guru Deshpande's comedy-drama Raja Huli, a translation of the Tamil-language Sundarapandian (2012), was his fourth release of the year, and it was a commercial success. "Despite a hero-glorifying title, the film is not an adventure," Shyam Prasad S. of Bangalore described the film as "a perfect blend of entertainment and drama."

He appeared in Gajakesari, directed by Krishna, in 2014 and became very popular at the box office. "A neatly drawn tale and a well-executed script with good graphics" was sent by a critic for Sify, who said, "nobody should have done this better than him" and lauded his work.

Mr. and Mrs. Ramachachari opposite Radhika Pandit made its theatrical debut on December 25, 2014, opening to rave reviews and attracting an estimated 50 crore, making it one of the highest grossing Kannada cinemas.

He appeared in Masterpiece, which became a commercial hit at the box office in 2015. "His dialogue delivery is high-pitched and monotonous as is his acting," Archana Nathan of The Hindu disliked the film for its contrived analogy of Bhagat Singh's main character. He appeared in Santhu Straight Forward, a decently-performing box office earner, grossing over 30 crore.

Yash appeared in the first instalment of Prashanth Neel-directed K.G.F. Chapter 1, which was released in Kannada alongside dubbed versions in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam. It was the most expensive Kannada film at the time, and it became the highest-grossing Kannada film during its theatrical run. Yash's beard grew out for the role. Chapter 1 of K.G.F.F. : The first film in India to be a pan-Indian film, earning him national recognition. The sequel, K.G.F: Chapter 2 (2022), starring Sanjay Dutt and Raveena Tandon, became the third highest-grossing Indian film ever to gross over 10 billion. Rocky, the assassination and gold kingpin who takes over the Kolar Gold Fields, was lauded for his role in the series. "Unmissable" was a critic writing for the Hindustan Times, according to a writer for the Hindustan Times. Sukanya Verma of Rediff.com was critical of the film but concluded that Yash's "sly humour and unbridled ferocity hit all the right notes."


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