Posted: 11 February 2007 at 2:30pm | IP Logged
Johny, Johny yes papa
John's life is full as he plans to adopt a baby girl and gears up for the Academy Awards
John Abraham has now confirmed that he intends to adopt a baby girl. The actor has been toying with the idea for a long time.
Talking about his plans, he says, "I would love to have a sweet daughter. I will be taking her for rides on my bike by placing her in a baby carrier. It will be so wonderful to have her kissing my cheek while I will be zooming on."
However, the actor cautions that he has no immediate marriage plans. "Marriage can only happen five years from now. And then I can raise my kids. I'm at peace with my bohemian lifestyle as of now," says John. He further adds that he would have a child of his own too. "I will have a child of my own too," he says. We believe him on that.
Presently, the actor is gearing up for the events preceding the 79th Annual Academy Awards on February 25. The white-tee-blue-denims bloke has opted for traditional wear for the awards night. "Knowing me, I really can't see beyond tees and denims. However, I'm going to settle for a black achkan for the Oscar night. As for the other events like the Governor's Ball and Vanity Fair Party, I'm going to wear something traditional again. And of course, all my clothes have to be classic black." Designers Narendra Kumar Ahmed, Rocky S and Shahab Durazi are going to tailor the actor's outfits.
Two Hollywood actors he wants to rub shoulders with it are Sylvester Stallone and Jean Claude Van Damme. Interestingly, John started working out and training in kickboxing after watching Rocky IV and Bloodsport. He says, "I was young and impressionable then. I started training after getting inspired by these two films."
Of late, the actor has been keeping busy with over his gaming device Xbox 360. He acquired it while shaking a leg on a number in Milan Luthria's forthcoming film Hattrick. "Ronnie Screwvala (producer of the film) gifted it to me after I made a guest appearance during a song sequence in the film."