Actor Amitabh Bachchan’s granddaughter and Shweta Bachchan’s daughter Navya Naveli Nanda has started an initiative called the ‘Project Naveli’. Here she talks about social issues like woman rights, gender inequality, education and much more. Having said that, she recently shared a post regarding the gender gap and woman empowerment. While some supported her cause and showered positivity, there are some who tried to troll her but Navya showed it how to take the trolls graciously.
Her post read, “Through Project Naveli, I hope to bridge the gender gap in India by providing women with access to resources & opportunities that will allow for economic and social empowerment.” Responding on the same, one person wrote, "Seriously India??? Lol first provide access opportunity to atleast one district of Maharashtra than talk about India simply using India name." Navya took the comment positively and wrote, "Sure! Thank you for the positivity & support." Another person wrote, "You first need a job, then you can do all this." Navya graciously replied, "I do have a job actually" followed by a heart emoji.
Apart from ‘Project Naveli’, Navya is also the co-founder of Aara Health, an online platform for women to discuss mental health issues. In a recent Instagram Live, she talked about a woman in a male-dominated industry.
“When you are meeting new people for work and talking to them, there is always that...not worry of what they are going to think of you but more internal, where I feel like, 'Oh, we need to prove ourselves.' Especially because in the space that we are in, it is largely dominated by men,” Navya said. ALSO READ: Malaal Fame Meezaan Jafri Bags The Best Debutant Performer Award; Rumoured Girlfriend Navya Naveli Nanda Is Excited
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