Jaya Bachchan FINALLY Reveals Why She Stays Away From Social Media: ‘There Is Enough…’

Jaya Bachchan talks about not being on social media. (Photo: Instagram)

Jaya Bachchan talks about not being on social media. (Photo: Instagram)

In one of the previous episodes of What The Hell Navya, Jaya Bachchan was also seen schooling trolls.

In the upcoming episode of her podcast What The Hell Navya, Amitabh Bachchan’s granddaughter will be seen discussing social media with her mom Shweta Bachchan and grandmother Jaya Bachchan. Recently, a promo of the episode was released in which Navya was seen addressing the two ladies as “wise people of the internet”.

While Jaya laughed at Navya’s comment, Shweta expressed, “I wish we had the internet when I was growing up because it would have made homework and stuff so much easier.” To this, Jaya added, “When I was young, we had to book a call, and there were two types of calls: one was ordinary, and the one was an emergency call. If you spoke to your boyfriend, it had to be an emergency call.”

Following this, Jaya Bachchan was also seen revealing why she stays away from social media. “There’s enough that the world knows about us. We don’t need to share on Instagram,” she said.

In one of the show’s previous episodes, Jaya was also seen schooling trolls. The veteran actress challenged them to speak to her in person if they had the courage. “If you want to comment, then comment positively. But no, you just give your verdict,” she said.

Not just this, but when Navya Nanda mentioned that most of these social media trolls might not even dare to speak if they sit in front of Jaya, the actress added, “They won’t have the courage.” “If you are actually brave, then comment on actual issues and show your face,” she said.

For those unversed, Navya Nanda started her podcast journey on YouTube in 2002 with ‘What The Hell Navya’. In her podcast, she, along with grandmother Jaya Bachchan and mom Shweta talks about issues women face in society. The episodes can be found on Navya’s YouTube Channel. The podcast was created by IVM Podcasts and empowered by Bumble India.

Recently, Navya’s brother Agastya Nanda also graced her podcast when The Archies star talked about his spiritual beliefs and said, “When I started acting, doing my first film, I was like, ‘I don’t know what I’m going to do, if I’m going to do well, if people are going to like me, if they’ll think I’m bad.’ There are so many things. I did my best, and I was like, ‘God, I leave it up to you.’ I have to keep faith in something beyond me. Whoever you believe in, whether it’s God, or energy. If you just pass on that burden, it relieves you.”

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