In the presence of Nana Amitabh Bachchan, Navya Nanda spoke about the periods, she said: this is also a program.

Navya Naveli Nanda, daughter of Shweta Bachchan and Nikhil Nanda, is making headlines these days for her podcast. She recently came to an event where she told how progressive she is and how accepting she is around her as well. She said that recently in the presence of Nana Amitabh Bachchan on an open platform, she talked about periods.

Navya said she grew up in a home where she feels comfortable doing things that would otherwise be taboo. Navya Naveli Nanda and actors Amitabh Bachchan, Dia Mirza and Rashmika Mandanna recently participated in a health telethon, where experts also discussed women’s health and how it can be improved.

After Rashmika said that teenagers feel uncomfortable discussing taboo topics with their parents, Amitabh Bachchan agreed with her, also saying that he considers menstruation an “entertainment signal”.

On the NDTV show, Navya also agreed with her maternal grandfather, saying, “As he mentioned, it’s a sign of life. It’s not something we should be ashamed of or stay away from. Periods have been a theme. taboo for many. a long time, but progress has been made. I’m sitting on stage with my maternal grandfather today and talking about periods, and that in itself is a sign of progress. The fact that today we are sitting on a platform, where many people are watching us and talking about the period in the open air shows that we have progressed not only as women but also as a country.”

Navya further added: “It’s great that not only women, but also men have joined this mission to make periods a meaningless conversation. More importantly, at home, because change always starts at home. “. Women need to feel comfortable and confident with themselves. They need to start in their own homes before going out into society and talking about it. I was lucky enough to grow up in a house where I felt comfortable in these conversations that happened.”

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Navya co-founded an online healthcare portal for women called Aara Health in 2020. The organization describes itself as “a safe, non-judgmental and trusted virtual healthcare platform for women.” Navya has also started a campaign, the Naveli Project, through which she aims to ‘combat’ gender inequality.

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