On the podcast “What The Hell Navya,” hosted by Navya Naveli Nanda, Jaya Bachchan’s granddaughter, finally explained why she despises the media. She admitted that she had “extremely strong feelings” towards the media.
I detest it, Mrs. Bachchan stated in the podcast. It disgusts me. I hate the folks that meddle in your private affairs and feed them by peddling such goods. I detest it and find such individuals repulsive. “Aapko Sharam nahi aati hai” (Don’t you feel ashamed?) is what I usually tell them.
She expressed her displeasure by saying, “I feel strongly, and it’s not just today; I felt it from the beginning. It doesn’t bother me if you discuss my work. You can remark, “She’s a lousy performer, and she did this movie. She’s not looking beautiful, but don’t mind, it’s a visual medium.” But I do mind the rest. Considering that most individuals who see it do so briefly before moving on. They’ve discovered something new.”
When discussing the trolls, Mrs. Bachchan stated, “I don’t give a damn if people are going to post all of my irate remarks on YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter to make money. I could care less. I recognize that you have opinions on them personally and their work. I appreciate your criticism and your chopping it up.
You are free to call me a lousy actor or bad legislator, but you have no right to judge my moral character. She is solely capable of anger. What has you upset? You’re invading, interfering with my privacy, and snapping my photo when I’m walking somewhere. Why? What, am I not a person?
The actor mentioned on the podcast that videos are edited and posted on various platforms by the media. There are differences between what they take in and what they produce. Therefore, you are free to do it; what about my freedom?
Meanwhile, Jaya Bachchan and her granddaughter Navya Naveli Nanda visited the Lakme Fashion Week last week in Mumbai. Her interaction with the media has generated a lot of attention on the internet.
The seasoned actress and Navya can enter the venue in a viral video as a photographer trips over while trying to take their photo. Jaya Bachchan remarks, “Serves you right,” after watching this. She eventually tacked on, “I hope you double up and fall.” The media shouldn’t give her this much prominence, and one person remarked shortly after the video was released on Twitter. Another user asked, “What is she constantly furious over.”