Navya Naveli Nanda is open to having Amitabh-Abhishek Bachchan on What The Hell Navya


Amid the bustling realm of digital conversations, Navya Naveli Nanda, granddaughter of Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan, has ignited curiosity around the prospect of her illustrious grandfather and uncle, Abhishek Bachchan, featuring in her online vodcast series, “What The Hell Navya.” In an engaging dialogue with News18 Showsha, Navya playfully entertained the thought, musing over whether their imminent presence would be deemed fit for her burgeoning platform, yet revealed a tentative openness to such star-studded appearances in future episodes.

While reflecting on the potential involvement of her family’s cinematic icons, Navya remarked with a lighthearted laugh that exploring this subject merited its own separate podcast. Casting modest doubt on her show’s worthiness of hosting the patriarchal figure, she nevertheless left the door ajar, tantalizingly suggesting the possibility of a special cameo by saying, “Maybe one day as a special appearance.” Such a presence would no doubt send ripples through the web of digital media, drawing even greater attention to the already popular vodcast.

Recently soaring into its second season, “What The Hell Navya” serves as a vibrant intersection of candid conversations, heartfelt musings, and intergenerational wisdom, woven together by the voices of Navya, her mother Shweta Bachchan, and her formidable grandmother Jaya Bachchan. Reflecting a convergence of familial bonds and outspoken charm, the vodcast imparts insights into the lives of women hailing from the illustrious Bachchan lineage, while forging its unique identity separate from the silver screen echoes of their shared heritage.

Grandeur and glamour aside, Navya, as the progeny of Shweta Bachchan and industrialist Nikhil Nanda, and the niece of Abhishek Bachchan, harbors aspirations distinct from the acting vocation of her family. With a keen strategic mind for entrepreneurship, she has passionately embarked on missions such as Project Naveli, an initiative launched in 2021 aiming to combat the deeply entrenched gender disparities that persist within Indian society. Her commitment to social entrepreneurship underscores a dedication to creating meaningful change beyond the glitz of Bollywood’s limelight.

During the insightful interview, Navya also shed light on her relationship with her younger cousin Aaradhya Bachchan, the daughter of Abhishek Bachchan. In the realms of kinship and mentorship, Navya expressed only admiration for Aaradhya’s precocious wisdom and heightened social awareness, which she humorously admitted eclipses her own understanding at that tender age. Opting not to dispense advice, Navya portrayed herself more as a companion and confidante to Aaradhya, celebrating the latter’s remarkable cognizance of the surrounding world and the assertiveness she exhibits.

Culminating this constellation of familial tales is Navya’s younger brother Agastya, who recently stepped into the flickering lights of cinema with his debut in the release of ‘The Archies’ on Netflix, adding yet another chapter to the ever-expanding narrative of the Bachchan family’s engagement with the arts.

The Bachchans’ tryst with public affection has rarely been confined to the borders of celluloid frames. “What The Hell Navya,” infused with its transparent and unscripted conversations, offers an alternate window into the lives of a family that continues to captivate the collective Indian imagination, each member charting their course while upholding the allure of their shared surname. As Navya navigates the confluence of her family legacy and her personal ambitions, she remains a resolute architect of her path, inviting the world to listen, resonate, and perhaps, one auspicious day, witness the grand patriarch and his cinematic scion grace her podcast’s platform with their esteemed presence.

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