Kannada superstar Yash is fresh off the gargantuan success of his KGF: Chapter 2, which recently crossed 500 crores in worldwide collections and is continuing its strong run in theatres everywhere. In the midst of the film witnessing housefull shows in theatres and cinema halls around the country, the pan-Indian actor took to his social media on Thursday to thank everyone for their heartwarming love and overwhelming support towards him in a video in which he shares an interesting story about the dreams of a young boy. 

Yash says, "There was a small village which was facing a drought situation for quite a long time. So, the villagers decided to have a prayer meeting and people turned out in large numbers. But, there was one boy, who turned up with an umbrella in his hand. People called it foolishness and some even called it over-confidence. You know what that was? Faith! I'm like that little boy, who had faith in witnessing this day." The actor who played Rocky Bhai in KGF 2 added, "I'm in a situation where 'Thank you' isn't big enough but still I would really want to thank each one of you from the bottom of my heart for pouring so much love and blessings on me. Thank you, guys. On behalf of my entire KGF team, I can just tell you we all are really overwhelmed and all we wanted was to give you a great cinematic experience and I hope you are enjoying it and continue enjoying it. Your heart is my territory." 

Directed by Prashanth Neel under Vijay Kirgandur's Hombale Films banner, KGF: Chapter 2, which was released on more than 10,000 screens worldwide, is now the fifth Indian film to cross the 500-crore mark at the box office in all languages after Baahubali 2, 2.0, Dangal, and RRR.