Jaya Bachchan discussed love and relationships on Navya Nanda’s podcast What The Hell Navya. Now that her nani’s comments have received notice on social media, Navya has responded.
What The Hell Navya, a podcast by Amitabh Bachchan’s granddaughter Navya Naveli Nanda, has been well received. The women of the Bachchan family—Navya Naveli Nanda, Shweta Bachchan, and Jaya Bachchan—are joined in a podcast where they talk about a range of topics, including relationships, parenthood, money, and more. On Navya’s podcast a week ago, Jaya Bachchan discussed dating and romance and said she wouldn’t mind if her granddaughter Navya decided to have a child without getting married. Additionally, Jaya Bachchan underlined the value of physical attractiveness in relationships and claimed that, whereas her generation “couldn’t experiment,” the younger generation does so without any negative repercussions.
Regarding Jaya Bachchan’s remarks regarding romance and dating, Navya Nanda
Navya has responded to Jaya Bachchan’s remarks, which attracted a lot of favourable and negative attention on social media. When asked if she anticipated the reaction to Jaya Bachchan’s comments on social media, Navya said to NDTV that the podcast’s primary goal was to establish a safe space for women, and they were successful in doing so. She added that she felt at ease and secure speaking with Jaya and Shweta Bachchan about any topic, including friendships and romances. Although the podcast had a largely good response, Navya continued, she is aware that not everyone will share their opinions.
“I believe that when you put yourself out there, whether it be through a podcast or your work, everyone is watching you because we are all on social media. The purity and motivation behind this podcast have really nice fun intelligent conversations, and I think we were able to do that, according to Navya. “I think that when you are putting yourself out there, you have to understand that something that you are sharing with the world, your opinions, people may agree, people may disagree,” said Navya.
On the podcast, Jaya Bachchan talks about her ties with Navya Nanda.
I’m looking at it really clinically,” Jaya Bachchan said to Navya on the show. I believe you should marry your closest friend since romanticism and that passion are lacking in today’s society. You should have a good friend, talk about it, and then say, “Let’s get married because that’s what society says because I like you and I think you’re wonderful, so maybe I’d like to have a child with you.” I truly don’t care if you have a child without being married; I have no issue with that.