Find out which makeup brand has Navya Naveli as it’s new face. Shanaya Kapoor, Ananya Panday, and Suhana Khan, three of Nanda’s close friends in the profession, expressed delight upon seeing her in the teaser video.
Navya appears to be the newest celebrity child to announce her debut in the limelight. No, she hasn’t signed up for her first film, but she will appear in a TV commercial, which will show audiences that she is already prepared for Bollywood. And the brand in question is none other than L’Oreal Paris.
Navya Naveli, the granddaughter of Amitabh Bachchan and the daughter of Shweta Bachchan Nanda, shared a teaser video for her most recent brand endorsement on Friday on her Instagram handle. The 25-year-old is shown in the film as a corporate woman discussing her “self worth.” She appears to be defying the preconceived notions that come with getting older. Although the whole TVC won’t be available for some time, Navya’s most recent appearance has the industry buzzing with congratulations for her.
After watching Navya in the video, some of her close friends in the industry, including Shanaya Kapoor, Ananya Panday, and Suhana Khan, expressed joy. “Omg!!!! Love you, so excited for you my nav,” Ananya wrote. Navya’s mother Shweta Bachchan commented, “You’re more than worth it baby.” Others responded as well, including Bhavana Pandey, Aadar Jain, Athiya Shetty, and Riddhima Kapoor Sahni. Agastya Nanda, Navya’s younger brother, will also make his acting debut in The Archies, which is directed by Zoya Akhtar. Suhana Khan and Khushi Kapoor will make their Bollywood debuts in the movie. In addition to Yuvraj Menda, Mihir Ahuja, Dot, Vedang Raina, and Vedang Raina, it will be available on Netflix in 2023.
However, Navya has made it clear that she wants to follow in the footsteps of her father Nikhil Nanda and avoid a career in the film industry. “I think I enjoy dancing but it was never something that I took seriously, as a career prospective. I have always been inclined towards business and have grown up around working women. My dadi and bua were involved in the family business, and I always saw how my father and grandfather would even take their suggestions. I think that world excited me more. Also, I am the fourth generation of the Nanda family and I wanted to carry that legacy. I wanted to support my dad, it’s something of great pride for me. I never considered acting as a career choice,” she had said in a recent interview.