Shoaib's Wife, Sana Javed Said She Wanted Bradley Cooper-Like Husband, Expressed Wish To Have A Kid

Shoaib Malik's third wife, Sana Javed once talked about her baby plans and revealed that she wanted a husband like Bradley Cooper.


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Shoaib's Wife, Sana Javed Said She Wanted Bradley Cooper-Like Husband, Expressed Wish To Have A Kid

Pakistani cricketer, Shoaib Malik made it to the headlines when he announced his wedding with the Pakistani actress, Sana Javed. For the unversed, Shoaib was earlier married to the Indian tennis player, Sania Mirza. In 2023, reports went viral in the media claiming that Sania and Shoaib's marriage had hit a rough patch. Back then the duo chose to remain silent on the speculations. Later, Shoaib announced his wedding to Sana in 2024, and it came as a shock to both nations. After the same, Sania's father revealed that the tennis player had taken a khula from Shoaib. 

Sana Javed once revealed what kind of partner she would want to be with

It has been a few months since this incident left a mark on everyone's heart, but no one could get over it. Let us look back in time when Sana Javed talked about the qualities she would like to have in her husband and also talked about her plans to have kids. In an interview with Good Morning Pakistan, Sana stated that her life partner should know how to respect others and should not be insecure. The actress also mentioned that her partner should not be jealous and should be successful. Sana said:

"Usme jo cheeze nahi honi chahiye, woh hain – respect usko karna aana chahiye sabki aur doosra insecure na ho. Sabse zyada important. Uska kam ho, career ho, personal kuch ho, success ho... bas jale na."

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Sana Javed talked about her plans to become a mother

In the same interview, Sana Javed was asked by the host about the actress' plans to have kids. The actress mentioned that she had not thought about this. The host further inquired how many kids she would want, and Sana stated that only one would be okay. On being asked whether she wanted a baby boy or a baby girl, Sana stated that anyone would be perfect for her, whether it was a baby girl or a baby boy. Sana could be quoted as saying:

"Bachho ka toh socha bhi nahi hai. Bachha ek hi acha hai."

Sana Javed said she wanted a Bradley Copper-like husband

Yet, in another episode, Sana Javed said that she would first notice if her partner could respect her and her family. She also added that whom she would marry should know how to deal with her 'mood swings' well, as there are times when she goes silent and does not talk to anybody. However, when the host asked Sana about the kind of physical attributes she would want in her husband, the actress said that her hubby should be fit and presentable. 

Meanwhile, a sketch artist on the show noted Sana's preferences for making a sketch for her life partner. However, the actress said that she could help the artist to make the sketch with the name of the person, like whom, she would want her husband to be, and it was the popular Hollywood actor, Bradley Cooper. 

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Sana Javed's personal life

Sana Javed was earlier married to a singer, before tying the knot with Shoaib Malik. For those who don't know, the actress first got married to Pakistani singer, Umair Jaswal. The duo hopped onto the forever journey in 2020. However, ahead of the actress' marriage with Shoaib, reports went viral stating that the duo might have separated, which was confirmed as soon as Sana's wedding with the Pakistani cricketer was announced.

What do you think about Sana's baby plans and wish to have a Bradly Copper-like husband?

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