Sana Javed wants a Bradley Cooper like husband
Television celebrity and now a filmstar Sana Javed has a huge fan following and the lady has no doubt earned all this through her flawless acting and intelligently chosen projects.
With plays like ‘Pyare Afzal’ and a successful film now, Sana has moved from strength to strength.
The actress graced ARY Digital’s morning show ‘Good Morning Pakistan’ on Monday and upon the host’s insistence finally answered the million-dollar question.
Here is how the conversation between her and the host Nida Yasir went. (FROM 4:48 in the video above)
HOST: Sana, what will you look for in a prospective suitor?
SANA JAVED: The biggest thing I would look for is respect. He should respect me and my family.
HOST: OK … he could be a bald or obese guy but should give you respect?
SANA JAVED: No… No… why should he be bald … at least he should be presentable.
HOST: OK … he should be presentable no matter if he is bald?
SJ: Why should he be bald? neither he should be bald nor he should be an obese guy, he should be fit.
HOST: So if he is a skinny guy but loves you so much that she can wait for hours for you?
SJ: Oh … I don’t like 70s heroes.
As the host told her that all her preferences are being noted by an artist on the show who will make a sketch of her ideal husband, Sana Javed minced no words to name the guy who she thinks her husband should be like.
“Oh I can name … I can name the person you can make the sketch like… its Bradley Cooper,” said Sana Javed. (AT 6:35 in the video above)
SANA SPENDS MOST ON PERFUMES
SHE WAS ONCE A GREAT FAN OF BOLLYWOOD’s ARJUN RAMPAL
SHE IS HER FAVOURITE AND LIKES HER SMILE THE BEST
‘THE ONE BAD HABIT’
This was not the only revelation, as Nida Yasir asked her about that one bad habit Sana thinks her husband will have to tolerate, Sana said that she thinks its her “mood swings”.
“Mood swings mean I sometimes get quiet all of a sudden and feel like I should talk to none and spend sometime with myself,” said the actress.
Sana told the guests of the show that when she was a student, she was a typical bookworm, the ‘Parhakoo Bachi’ and got good grades. About how she used to dress, she said that she was “Tomboyish” and even used to wear her father’s shirts.
HERE IS THE VIDEO OF THE FULL SHOW