Navya Naveli Nanda Shares Pic with Grandmother Jaya Bachchan

Navya Naveli Nanda on Monday shared a picture on social media with her maternal grandmother Jaya Bachchan.
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Image Credit: INDIA TODAY

Navya Naveli Nanda on Monday shared a picture on social media with her maternal grandmother Jaya Bachchan. In this picture, Navya is seen happily posing on the couch with Nani Jaya. While Navya is wearing a yellow kurta, Jaya is seen in a floral outfit.

Sharing this picture, She wrote, Nani. This picture by her was well-liked by social media users, but instead of bonding with Navya-Jaya, their eyes went to the two chairs visible in the picture. Some social media users said, are the back chairs tables made of silver plating (silver)?

Navya has not yet responded to this query of social media users. She is the maternal granddaughter of Jaya-Amitabh Bachchan. Shweta Bachchan was married to Nikhil Nanda, the owner of Escorts Company.

Navya has studied in New York

23-year-old Navya graduated in digital technology from Fourdum University, New York. Also, she is an expert in Product Marketing and Strategic Growth. He holds a Certificate in UX and Design Thinking from Stanford Business School.

Navya does not want to come in films

Despite belonging to the biggest family of Bollywood, the Bachchan family, Navya has no interest in films. Some time ago, when there was a rumor about Her coming to films, she denied this while giving an interview to a popular magazine. She said that I have no intention of appearing in films. She was doing an internship at an advertising agency in Manhattan at that time. Her mother Shweta had also said that her daughter does not want to be affected by the bad side of the film industry, she is not against it but feels that it is difficult to live in this industry.

Image Credit: Indian Express
Image Credit: Indian Express

Navya is battling anxiety

Recently, she was seen in a video about Ara Health Foundation. In this video, she revealed that she has struggled with anxiety and has also taken the help of therapy to overcome it. She said, 'There was a time in my life when I was not surrounded by positive people. I saw how negativity affects what I think. Not only about myself, but also about the world. I learned from the people who were around me and who helped me be happy. Now I know what was bothering me time and again and I am better.'

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