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Navya Naveli Nanda is the granddaughter of legendary actor, Amitabh Bachchan and niece of Abhishek Bachchan and just like them, she knows how to shut the trolls. We are living in difficult times, where every other second is filled with some sudden dreading news and even in such times, trolls are not leaving any chance to spit venom. While most of us are trying our best to help the people in need, the trolls are never missing a chance to shut down the celebs, coming in handy. The newfound target for them is none other than Navya Naveli Nanda as a user tried to shame her for her new initiative.
Trolling is not new for Navya Naveli Nanda as she had earlier as well handled a troll savagely. The star-kid had launched a healthcare platform, Aara Health last year in May as an initiative towards women empowerment in India. While some had hailed her for her thoughtful project, some had targeted her with mean comments. One person had written, "Seriously india??? Lol first provide access opportunity to atleast one district of Maharashtra than talk about India simply using india name." Navya had taken the comment positively and had written, "Sure! Thank you for the positivity & support." To another person’s comment, "You first need a job, then you can do all this." Navya had replied, "I do have a job actually" followed by a heart emoji.
Navya has been doing her best for women empowerment and health care and this time, she launched a first period positive home in Gadchiroli, Maharashtra. In the initiative, Navya plans to build six more period positive homes to fight against the treatment given to women in villages when they are on their periods. Sharing the pictures from her initiative, Navya wrote, “Our first Period Positive Home was inaugurated today in Gadchiroli. Seeing this project come to life has been so fulfilling. We are excited to build 6 more homes such as these, very soon so we can continue to fight against the age old custom of banishment to huts during menstruation. Thank you for ensuring women everywhere can have a safe and happy period. “Menstruation is the only blood not born from violence, yet it’s the one that disgusts you the most”@projectnaveli @mukulmadhavfoundation.”
While Navya’s initiative garnered love from her rumoured beau, Meezan and others, one of the users found a flaw in it and tried to school Navya. The user commented on Navya’s absence from the launch of her project, questioning her credibility. The user wrote, "If the project meant so much to you, then where were you in the inauguration??" Well, Navya subtly and savagely shunned her, reminding her of the pandemic the nation is dealing with. She replied, “I’m sure you’re aware we’re in the middle of a pandemic?"
Talking about Navya and Meezan’s alleged relationship, their social media banters and lovey-dovey posts often ignite the rumours of their relationship. Navya Naveli Nanda is a Fordham University graduate and had co-founded a healthcare portal, Aara Health. When on May 11, 2020, Navya had launched her healthcare platform with the name ‘Aara Health’, her rumoured beau, Meezaan had taken to his Instagram handle and had congratulated her by writing, “Go follow @aarahealth congratulations!! So proud @navyananda” with a red heart emoticon.
During the promotion of his film, Malaal, Meezan had spoken about the dating rumours with Navya Naveli Nanda and had said, "Why will I admit it when there is no relationship? There is no relationship, okay? We're friends. Friends ka bhi ek relationship hota hai. It's not a boyfriend-girlfriend dating relationship. Just cause we get papped outside the theatre leaving with friends, by the way, that doesn't mean, 'Oh, we're dating!'."
We are proud of Navya Naveli Nanda, not just for her initiative but also for the way she subtly schooled the troll!