Status: Committed - Born: Multan - Birthday: December 18
Who is he?
He is the owner of that deep, gruff voice most girls anticipated after a day’s work from 12 am to 2 am slot on FM 96. Our multitalented hottie is a radio jockey, video jockey, disc jockey, aspiring actor and a musician – what more could a girl ask for? He lived in Glasgow and spun discs as a hobby and profession but later the gung-ho Punjabi in him forced him to come back home. He enrolled himself at the National Academy of Performing Arts and soon became the force to reckon with in the Pakistani entertainment industry.
Why we’re crushing on him
He is the overbearing, boisterous Punjabi, who would hee-haaw and “ballay ballay” in your ear till you finally give in and be a part of the crazy thing he calls life. He is the life of the party, the ultimate urban party starter who doesn’t mind acting like a monkey on crack if it means getting the fun started. His endearing voice and his quirky boy-next-door looks have earned Ali Safina the title of the witty heartthrob. He has a degree in Computer aided mechanical engineering and even though we don’t know what that brings to the table, we can’t resist a man who is this intriguing mix of smart and goofy.
What you might not know
Ali admits that he loves to cook, clean and wash dishes. “I’m sughar that way,” he says cheekily. Imagine waking up on Sunday morning and being treated to breakfast in bed! It gets even better because he enjoys doing his own laundry. Looking for a boy who doesn’t want you to nanny him? This one has “check, check” written all over his face. Even though he is committed to a “beautiful and talented woman” (psst, we have heard she’s a model!) you’d be happy to know that “an honest and fun loving person” is his ideal. “She should be able to make do with whatever life has to offer and we can tackle things together as true partners. Lastly, she should have strong morals and an innate sense of what’s right and what’s wrong,” he adds. So if you have all these traits, just stand in the line and wait for God to make things happen.
Published in The Express Tribune, Ms T, November 25th, 2012.