In a candid interview, Bilawal answers some of our most burning and also random questions, all 73 of them
In a candid interview, Bilawal answers some of our most burning and also random questions, all 73 of them

Politicians, they're just like us!

PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari thinks biryani > pulao and is also not getting time to Netflix these days, according to a new interview he did with The Current, in which he answered some burning and many random questions, all 73 of them.

Witty as always, here's 5 memorable moments from the tell-all:

1) He's still waiting to be impressed by our PM

When asked what was one thing he liked about Imran Khan, he cheekily smiled and replied, "I'm still looking for something to like about Mr. Khan." Savage.

2) He's looking for some interesting qualities in a significant other

This question's inescapable. Bhutto is no stranger to being asked about his marital status or what he's looking for in a partner.

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"There has to be a level of connectivity. We have to get along, she would have to be intelligent and educated, perhaps a sense of humour. And most importantly, she'd have to get on with my sisters."

3) The one piece of advice from his mother he holds dear

He shared that his mother, the late Benazir Bhutto, gave him lots of guidance but one instruction he tries to abide by is that one should never react to anger and count to ten before they do.

Solid advice.

4) If he wasn't a politician, he'd be working in the philanthropic sector

If he had to choose a different career path, the 30-year-old says he'd probably be doing something in education or human welfare.

"I believe in advocating for humanities as a subject, critical thinking, promoting the arts and culture so perhaps more in a philanthropic domain. But you know, fate and destiny and events had other plans," he revealed.

5) His favourite thing to eat in the morning and midnight are the same

One word: haleem!

See, we have so much in common.

Watch the full interview here:

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