Bollywood actor Jaya Bachchan appeared on granddaughter Navya Naveli’s podcast What the Hell Navya, and talked about how two years of the pandemic gave her two new finest buddies. While speaking to Navya and Shweta Bachchan, the veteran star stated she has “not lost anything in the last two years”.
She began by saying, “In the last two years, my best friends have been Navya and Shweta. I can say anything I like to them, and they will tell me off, especially Shweta. Somebody telling you ‘I don’t agree with you’ is important. I would want to grow at this age too.”
Jaya Bachchan additionally talked about how the Bachchans had ‘good’ instances collectively throughout the coronavirus-induced nationwide lockdown. “We used to have so much fun,” she stated. Navya Naveli agreed along with her grandmother and likewise shared how she prefers telling a couple of issues about her life first to her mom Shweta and grandmother Jaya, earlier than telling it to her buddies.
Navya stated, “Even today there are things I would share with you guys and probably not tell my friends.” However, when Jaya went on to say that since Shweta’s son Agastya has a special viewpoint, Shweta got here to her son’s defence. She interrupted and stated, “I like Agastya’s viewpoint. He has a better EQ than Navya.”
Shweta’s assertion left Navya miffed as she stated, “When did we get to that?” But Jaya Bachchan concluded by saying, “In the last two years, I have not lost anything, I have gained two friends.”