He is hopeful that Team India will go a long way in the tournament and also advised the team to watch out for other players.
The Pakistan women's team will play their tournament opener against South Africa on Sunday.
Both sides are looking to close the gap to the top sides in the world, and the ICC Women's Championship has unquestionably helped in that regard, as Pakistan captain Sana Mir explained.
West Indies also comes into the tournament with plenty of confidence having lifted the ICC Women's World Twenty20 just a year ago, as part of a hat-trick that included the ICC World Twenty20 won by the men's team and the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup taken home by its colts.
West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor accepted her team needed a different approach compared to the one that served it so well in T20 cricket.
England begin by playing India on June 24 at Derby, with Australia, who won the 2013 World cup in India, opening up against the team they beat in that final - West Indies - at Taunton on June 26.
South Africa were one of the four teams that had to play the Qualifier in Sri Lanka in order to seal a spot in the global tournament.
England, for all their squad are now full-time professionals, have talked down their chances with captain Heather Knight saying the initial target is to get to the semi-finals.
However, with India eyeing up their first victory, the challenge won't start off in easy fashion - particularly with the experience of Mithali Raj, the world's second highest-capped batter behind Charlotte Edwards. They are very skilful and unsafe in tournaments like these. Do you ask them who their favourite female cricketer is? However, they never looked back after that, eventually beating India in the final, and Sana thinks her team is ready to add to the happiness of Pakistan cricket fans.