What The Hell Navya is a feel-good show with 3 women from different generations and their thoughts. It brings together the phenomenal women of the Bachchan Family- Navya Naveli Nanda, Shweta Nanda, & Jaya Bachchan to discuss various important topics. The show aims to create a safe space for women across all age groups with hosts representing three generations and bringing in different perspectives. The hosts share their thoughts on financial independence, careers, love, parenting, friendship, and more! All episodes are a great mix of making a point, honesty, and fun. The podcast will begin streaming starting 24th September, every Saturday on all major audio streaming platforms.
Until Next Time
In this episode, they wrap up this season with some takeaways and memories. They may or may not be back but we hope the love and wisdom is shared and appreciated widely. Until next time!
One Crown, Many Shoes
They discuss how unfair it is, offer solidarity, and encourage the tribe to keep at it and make safer, better spaces.
Biology: Blessed But Biased
In this episode, our hosts talk about their period stories, navigating a masculine design of society and logistics, sex education, the awkward and the embarrassing, and much more.
Girls Just Want To Have Funds
In this episode, our hosts tell us about their relationship with money, why women need to take control of their finances, how new age organizations have been successful in spreading awareness, how it can be one of the ways women can empower themselves.
Modern Love: Romance & Regrets
What's the one thing Indian families can never agree on? Love! Love has manifested itself in our lives in so many different ways. Our various life experiences are what influence our beliefs, which is only fair. In this episode, we get to hear it all
Limelight & Lemons
In this episode they talk about how being in the spotlight is tough.
Absolutely love Navya!!! Please continue with your podcast!! I don’t always agree with your grandmother but absolutely adore you!!!
Love the candid interaction between three of you. Please continue to do more.
Nice coffee time!
I find this podcast as unique in its own kind. How often do we hear from women from 3 generations from a single, well respected family. I find them to be educated, well-Informed and who have progressive thoughts. This show brings awareness to women’s issues which are long due for the society to do something about it. In addition to that, I also find the show to be cozy, comfy and feel good show.
I do listen to podcasts often on some serious issues but when I want something light, fun and at the same time meaningful informal conversations - I do think of this podcast. It feels familial.