Navya gave special information related to family...


Navya Naveli, granddaughter of bollywood emperor amitabh bachchan, talks about secrets related to the Bachchan family every time in her podcast. Something similar is going to be revealed in this time's 'What the Hell Navaya'. This time Navya has talked about a special rule of her family with the fans regarding the eating habits of the Bachchan family. This is necessary for every member of the family to follow.

What is the strict rule of Bachchan family?

Navya came with her mother Shweta in this episode. This time Navya told how the Bachchan family strictly follows its rules regarding food. Navya told that the rule of Bachchan family is that everyone sits together at the table and eats food. At meal time the whole family takes time out to come together at the table. Shweta also refreshed her memories on this and said to Navya - When you guys were young, we used to talk a lot at the dinner table. Shweta said- I remember how we all used to wait for each other at the dining table. This was the only time when we used to share our entire day with each other.

Navya told the importance of this special rule

Along with this, Navya explained the importance of this tradition of the Bachchan family. Navya said - Today when people are so busy that they are not able to talk even in front of each other. In such a situation, table discussion is a good idea where you can share your thoughts with your closed ones. Let us tell you that this is the second season of Navya's podcast show What the Hell Navya. In this season, Navya is seen discussing different topics with her mother Shweta and grandmother Jaya Bachchan. There are millions of views on every video of this show of Navya. Some time ago, Navya came to this platform with her podcast show and within no time it has become her identity. Talking about Navya's fan following, more than 1 million people follow her on Instagram. Navya keeps her fans updated with the things happening in her life with her latest pictures and videos.

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