Amitabh Bachchan’s oldest granddaughter Navya Naveli Nanda is one of the most loved star kids in the country. Despite staying away from the limelight and making a career for herself by advocating women’s health and rights, she is one of the few who enjoys a huge fanbase who adores her. At the young age of 25, she had made a name for herself by co-founding her company Aara Health, an online platform that discusses health issues. Now, in a recent interview she spoke about how people often point out that she is ‘way too young’ to know how the world works.
In an interaction with Supriya Paul on Phir Ziddi Hi Sahi, Navya spoke about the issues faced by the current generation. She recalled how people often question her work because of her age. Quoted by the Fress Press Journal, she can be heard saying, “Main hamesha sochti hoon ki arey main agar 80 saal tak ruk jaaun kuch karne ke liye, toh duniya ka kya hoga?” She stressed on the fact that the country’s majority population falls in the age-group 20-30. While she left the netizens amazed by her knowledge, they also hailed her for her fluency in Hindi. ALSO READ: Siddhant Chaturvedi-Navya Naveli Spark Dating Rumours Again As They Step Out For A Movie Date; Fans Say, ‘Kuch Toh Hai Inke Beech’
Take a look at her video here:
Netizens took to the comment section of the post to praise her speaking fluently in Hindi. One wrote, “Someone from Bollywood with some genuine knowledge.” Another wrote, “Navya’s Hindi is like really amazing… keep on doing the good work dear… I don’t understand one thing about the parents who doesn’t teach their kids their mother tongue at least.” Other one wrote, “POV : You are Big B's grand-daughter. Very well thought and said!” ALSO READ: SPOTTED! Navya Naveli Nanda-Siddhant Chaturvedi Spark Dating Rumours As The Return From Their Goa Vacation- Watch VIRAL Video
For the unversed, Navya, Shweta Bachchan Nanda’s daughter, is a graduate from New York's Fordham University. She is the co-owner of Aara Health, an online platform that discusses health issues. Last year, she hosted a podcast ‘What The Hell Navya’ alongside her grandmother Jaya Bachchan and mother Shweta Bachchan Nanda where she addressed topics relating to women's health and hygiene.
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