By Kalash Khurana Last Updated:
Amitabh Bachchan’s granddaughter, Navya Naveli Nanda is one of the popular star kids, who enjoys a massive fan following on social media. Even though Navya has no plans of stepping into Bollywood, she is already a social media sensation with over 875k followers on Instagram. Being a social butterfly, Navya loves sharing glimpses of her life with her fans. And now, Navya shared some fun glimpses of her Holi celebration on Instagram as she had a blast while celebrating the festival of colours.
A few moments back, taking to her IG stories, Navya Naveli Nanda shared a picture of herself, as she celebrated Holi with her loved ones. She was completely covered in colour in the picture, and it showed her love for the festival. With her face fully smeared with green and orange gulaal, Navya was seen flashing her beautiful smile while clicking a selfie. She also shared a picture of a basket full of gujiyas, as she relished the traditional sweet on the occasion of Holi.
Navya Naveli Nanda also shared a fun video on her Instagram handle wherein she was seen celebrating Holi with 60 people from different countries. She opted for a pink and white striped kurta for the joyful celebration. In the backdrop, Amitabh Bachchan’s popular song, Holi Khele Raghuveera, was playing and people were seen happily dancing. Meanwhile, Navya was also seen playing the dhol in the video. While sharing the video, Navya penned:
“60 people. 30 countries. 1 language - LOVE!”
To watch the video, click here.
As soon as Navya dropped the video from her Holi celebration with her friends, people were left in awe of her simplicity. However, it was her mother, Shweta Bachchan, who couldn't control her emotions after watching her playing the dhol. She immediately took to the post's comment section, and reacting to the video, penned:
"Navya you're cracking me up on the dhol!!! Love you so cute xx."
On the other hand, Amitabh Bachchan, who recently got injured on the sets of Project K and is taking rest, is feeling left out on the occasion of Holi. The actor penned a blog post and talked about the old Bachchan family Holi parties. Mentioning how the times will never come back, Big B remembered the good times and wrote:
“Languishing in the environs of the home and the prevention from all kinds of physical activity .. the inability to partake in the festivities of the day…and the gaiety of Holi that was celebrated with such vigour and in such fine fettle, has gone amiss .. has been so for years now. The open house .. the celebratory welcome to all .. the hundreds that drenched themselves with music and dance and camaraderie .. starting early in the day and in a never-ending mode till the dawn of the next .. those times may never come again... I hope they do .. but it looks difficult .. at least for the present."
Here's wishing a very happy family to Navya Naveli Nanda and her family!