John Abraham wishes to father a baby girl when he starts his own family.
According to reports, the 40-year-old Bollywood actor feels that he hasn't been a good son to his mom, and so he would love to have a daughter because they are "cute, sweet and sit so quietly".
He isn't quite ready to manage parenting a boy, who, according to him, would be running all over the place, banging the TV.
When asked if he would call himself a good boy, Abraham said that he has become a people pleaser because of his acting profession, but he acknowledged that being himself can make him a better person.
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