Vain men turn me off: Jacqueline Fernandez
She's someone every man would like to marry. But like most girls, actor Jacqueline Fernandez has some parameters for her dream man, which banishes all metrosexual men
She's someone every man would like to marry. But like most girls, actor Jacqueline Fernandez has some parameters for her dream man, which banishes all metrosexual men. In a fun filled interview, CS talks to Jackie about five stereotypical men, and shares her views on them. Read on:
No, I don't think I would be okay with that. While I understand that it's important for each one of us to care for our parents and their needs, I don't like the idea of being with a man who is under his mother's thumb. There is always a limit to how much you can tolerate that.
Absolute no-no. It is even worse than a mamma's boy (laughs out loud). I hate guys who spend hours doing manicures and pedicures. And I can't imagine men waxing. Vanity is a women's prerogative, and it should stay that way. Vain men turn me off. My guy should have clean habits and basic sense of neatness.
The thought of my husband having a roving eye is unbearable to me. I would never entertain such kind of a man. I want a man's utmost attention. It hurts a woman's self-esteem when she knows that her husband finds other women more desirable than her. So, I definitely won't have him running after my pretty girlfriends.
Now, I can live with someone who is stingy or frugal. I am an independent woman and can afford to lead a good lifestyle with my own money. I wouldn't have an issue if my guy doesn't spend on himself. The only thing is, he shouldn't tell me is how to spend my money.