Naina Talwar character in Yeh Jawaani hai Deewani is one of her most relatable roles. But what was it about Naina that drew people in?
The film was more than just a showcase for the chemistry between these two former lovers who are reuniting. We learned from the movie that every girl has a little bit of Naina Talwar in her.
Can you relate to Naina of Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani in terms of personality traits? Let’s see if you can score 5/5 by the time we reach the end of the list. Are you ready to find out? Well! You are and let’s go.
Chemistry Which Makes You Everyone’s Favorite
Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor’s portrayals of Naina Talwar and Bunny in ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’ had us all weak in the knees as we witnessed their flawless on-screen chemistry.
We see that she has just two sides: she is non-existent for everyone around her (wishfully), and the other is not being around here, which makes Bunny go nuts. She knows who to be friends with and at what level. Moreover, if she’s extending a hand, she certainly wants you to hold her back too and not the other way round.
Naina appears to be an uneasy, self-conscious young woman when we first meet her. She is a ticking time bomb, waiting to go off due to her own imposed captivity.
As Naina Talwar’s trip to Manali comes to an end, we can’t help but identify with her newfound independence. Her perspective on life has shifted.
She has made friends with the girl inside herself the way many of us have. Naina’s performance brought every woman in the room to tears. It was fascinating to see Naina’s character develop. She progressed from “Scholar Naina” to “Doctor Naina,” a self-assured woman who let go of her inhibitions and inspired every female to find her wings.
You Know How To Let Things Go
Naina Talwar comforts and reassures Bunny after he confides in her that his friendship with Avi has been shattered and that he and his stepmother have a strained relationship. We can all take heart from Naina’s optimistic outlook and wise words that everything will work out in the end.
She demonstrates her wisdom and optimism when she says, “Thoda Waqt sab theek ho jayega” (Give it time, everything will get better) and “So appreciate the moment you’re in.”
The Need To Self Discovery
Throughout the film, Naina loses her inhibitions and discovers her true self. Her transformation from the geeky girl with spectacles who was afraid to travel alone to the carefree, fun-loving girl who sings and dances to Balam Pichkari is proof of this.
Somewhere Inside You Know What You Want From Life
She instilled in us the importance of savoring every moment. “I will work hard to live my life the way I want to live it,” she says. In other words, no matter how hard you work, there will always be something you miss out on.