After Movie Date, Navya Naveli Nanda Enjoys Dinner With Mystery Man

Looks like Navya Naveli Nanda has found great company in a mystery man, for, the youngster has been clicked with him twice in the last few days

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After Movie Date, Navya Naveli Nanda Enjoys Dinner With Mystery Man
In the recent past, Amitabh Bachchan’s granddaughter, Navya Naveli Nanda, has been out and about and seems to having a gala time spending time with friends in the city.

A few days ago, the youngster was spotted exiting a movie theatre with a mystery man in tow. Now, Navya was clicked post a dinner date at Joss, Santacruz with the same man.

navya naveli nanda out for a movie with her mystery man
Navya Naveli Nanda Spotted At A Movie Date With A Mystery Man

navyas mystery man hides his face while photographers click him
Navya's Mystery Man Hides His Face While Photographers Click Him

However, unlike the last time where Navya was comfortable with the paps around while his male friend hid his face, this time the young lady was hiding her face too.

navya naveli with the guy
Navya Naveli Nanda With A Mystery Guy

navya and her mystery guy hiding their face
Navya Naveli Nanda And Her Male 'Friend' Hide Their Faces

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Navya Naveli Nanda's Mystery Man

Meanwhile, Navya's mother Shweta Bachchan Nanda had earlier spoken at-length about being a modern-day mother. She told a section of the media, "I am not their friend. I am their mother! I have a communicative and realistic equation with my children. When they were little, they came to me with bruised knees. Today, they come to me with bruised hearts. They ask my opinion, but they don’t have to obey it. I’m not strict about the teenage rites of passage stuff. I am strict about behaviour, that is very important to me."

She further said, "I actually oscillate between traditional and modern. I like some of our Indian traditions. I like, for example, the respect we give our parents and elders here. It feels good, so I follow these traditions."

"I do not expect that I will know everything that is going on in my children’s lives, but I am always in on the important stuff. For me, that is enough. I do not want to live through them. I do not want them to live the life I plan for them. I want them to chart their own path; if they fail, there is no shame, and I will be there to pick them up," she concluded.

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