An efficient deployment of a mobile Ad Hoc network (MANET) requires a realistic approach towards the mobility of the hosts who want to communicate with each other over a wireless channel. Since Ad Hoc networks are driven by the human requirements, instead of considering the random movement of the mobile nodes, we concentrate on the social desire of the nodes for getting connected with one another and provide here a framework for the mobility model of the nodes based on Social Network Theory. In this paper, we capture the preferences in choosing destinations of pedestrian mobility pattern on the basis of social factor (
) and try to find out the essential impact of
on the pause time of the nodes. Further, our paper also provides a mobility distribution pattern, and a relative comparison has been done with Random Way- Point (RWP) Model under a certain constrained simulation.