Legendary and iconic Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan’s granddaughter Navya Naveli Nanda who recently made her instagram account public, has started a new initiative and campaign to support women empowerment, but then a user tried trolling her for same, on this Navya’s reply is brutal. It so happened that after reading the trolls response, Big B’s granddaughter Navya’s humble reply to a troll is savage.
With social media becoming a more vicious place each day, after making her instagram account public, recently a few weeks back itself, Amitabh Bachchan’s granddaughter Navya Naveli Nanda kick started an initiative for promoting women empowerment named Project Naveli and dropped a post related to it on her instagram handle. A naysayer tried targeting and trolling her for it but most amazing part here is that Big B’s granddaughter Navya’s humble reply to a troll is savage.
This is really amazing to know that things are changing slowly where even Amitabh’s fans would be surprised to see just how Big B’s granddaughter Navya’s humble reply to a troll is savage.
While many people showered positive feedback and also supported her noble cause for women upliftment, there were some social media users who tried their level best at trolling her but then Big B’s granddaughter Navya’s humble reply to a troll is savage.
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”.
Answering on the same, a user went on to write, “Seriously India??? Lol first provide access opportunity to atleast one district of Maharashtra than talk about India simply using India name”. On this, taking this comment with total positivity, Navya replied, “Sure! Thank you for the positivity & support”.
On this, then another naysayer / troll also wrote, “You first need a job, then you can do all this”. On this Navya graciously answered, “I do have a job actually”.
Apart from the Project Naveli, Amitabh Bachchan’s granddaughter Navya is also the founder of Aara health, which is basically an online social media platform to discuss and speak openly about mental health issues. Also, in her recent instagram live session, Navya talked about being a woman in an entirely male dominated industry.
Navya in that live session told, “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”.