How’mamu’ Abhishek Bachchan calms down the conflict between Jaya Bachchan and Shweta Bachchan is revealed by Navya Nanda.
Navali Navya On her podcast What The Hell Navya, Nanda discussed “mamu” Abhishek Bachchan and disclosed how he handled “stress” at home. On the podcast’s final edition, Jaya Bachchan and Shweta Bachchan joined her.
In the final episode of her podcast What The Hell Navya, Navya Naveli Nanda was joined by her maternal grandmother Jaya Bachchan and mother Shweta Bachchan. Navya recounted what her “mamu (uncle)” Abhishek Bachchan did anytime he noticed “tensions growing” at home in the episode, which was released on Saturday. About their most recent “discussion” and how Abhishek attempted to “diffuse” it, Jaya and Shweta had told Navya.
Shweta asked, “What did I do?” in the podcast when Jaya remarked to Navya, “Yesterday you were not present, thus you missed out on a lot of action on the dinner table.” Jaya replied, “You didn’t do anything,” in response. After our chat, Mamu (Abhishek Bachchan) began to play music while requesting Swetdi (Shweta) to “play this song for momma.” To alleviate (the situation), Navya interjected, “To what end?”
Navya Naveli Nanda remarked about Abhishek after Jaya had affirmed, “Mamu always does that. When he notices that the tension is building, he begins to play some music. And the music is never soothing. There is constantly house tech music playing.
Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya got hitched on June 3, 1973, and their daughter Shweta was born to them in March 1974. In February 1976, their son Abhishek Bachchan was born. In recent months, Jaya and Shweta have joined Navya on her podcast where they have also been revealing information about their personal lives and relationships. Every week, a brand-new edition of the podcast was made available.
Jaya’s viewpoint was taken “extremely seriously” by everyone in the family, according to Navya and Shweta Bachchan in an earlier episode. Jaya was described as the “glue” of the family by Navya. Everyone values your viewpoint highly. Then, Shweta had said, “Your (Jaya’s) approval is very important to me and my brother (Abhishek).”