Navya Naveli Responds To Troll Who Asked Her What Work Her Mother Shweta Bachchan Does

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Navya Naveli Nanda responds to Troll: Nanda gave an apt reply to an online troll who dared to comment on her mother Shweta Bachchan’s profession.

Recently, in a Vogue interview, Nanda revealed her new project – Naveli – an initiation to bridge the gender gap in India. She explained that her project will aspire women to “reach their full potential, be recognised for who they are & celebrating their achievements.” The magazine shared a snippet from the interview on Instagram where Nanda said that she belongs to a family of working women and that she is fortunate to work in a time women take the charge.

To this, a user commented, “What work does her mother do? LOL.” Adding a smiley, Nanda smashed the troll with an uplifting reply and said, “She’s an author, writer, designer, wife, and mother.” Later, she posted an Instagram story where she shared the screenshot of the comment and said that being a mother or a homemaker is a full-time job and that it is crucial in the upbringing of generations to support and contribute to each other instead of tearing them down. “Please don’t discredit women who are homemakers,” she wrote.

While netizens are all hearts for Nanda’s perfect reply to the troll, granddad Amitabh Bachchan and uncle Abhishek Bachchan are pouring in love for her new project Naveli.

Navya Naveli Nanda responds to Troll:

Abhishek Bachchan shared an Instagram story and wrote, “Proud mamu! Well done, Navya.”

Born in 1974, Shweta Bachchan Nanda, who is married to businessman Nikhil Nanda, did her schooling in Switzerland and pursued a graduate in Journalism. She is also a published author. Her book, Paradise Towers released in 2018 on Amitabh Bachchan’s birthday. Additionally, Shweta launched a designer label last year, in collaboration with designer Monisha Jaising. Navya modelled for her mom’s collection.

Navya Nanda has experience in Product Marketing & Strategic Growth at Facebook and XRC labs. Last year, she co-founded a healthcare business called Aara Health to “empower, educate and diagnose” women.