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Navya Naveli Shuts Up Troll Asking Her to 'Get a Job', Disha Patani Indulges in Cheat Meal

Navya Naveli Shuts Up Troll Asking Her to 'Get a Job', Disha Patani Indulges in Cheat Meal

Troll asks Amitabh Bachchan's granddaughter Navya Naveli to get a job, Disha Patani posts about eating a cheat meal. Read on for more entertainment highlights.

When Amitabh Bachchan's granddaughter Navya Naveli was asked to "get a job" on a post concerning her NGO, she came up with an apt response. She recently revealed her latest project, Project Naveli, on Instagram and got some unkind reactions from netizens. One person wrote, "You first need a job, then you can do all this." Navya replied to this, "I do have a job actually."

Read: Amitabh Bachchan's Granddaughter Navya Naveli Doesn't Stay Silent When Troll Asks Her to 'Get a Job'

Disha Patani posted about indulging in a cheat meal. She posted a video on her Instagram Stories where, she is seen dressed in a floral boat neck blouse. She is sitting on the backseat of a car. On the images, she wrote: "Enroute cheat meal".

Read: Disha Patani Spends Sunday Indulging in 'Cheat Meal'

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