Articles about Gul Panag
Gul Panag is an Indian actress, model, and voice actress who works in the Bollywood film industry. In 1999, she was also a participant in the Miss Universe pageant where she finished in the Top 10. Panag was born on January 3, 1979, in Chandigarh and completed her education at Punjab University. During her college days, she won several national and state-level debate competitions. In 2003, Panag made her Bollywood debut with the war drama film ‘Dhoop.’ Following this, she was seen in Vikram Bhatt’s 2005 mystery thriller ‘Jurm,’ and Nagesh Kukunoor’s 2006 drama film ‘Dor.’ In 2008, she went on to appear in films like ‘Summer 2007,’ and ‘Hello.’ Her other films include ‘Straight,’ ‘Rann,’ ‘Fatso!,’ ‘Manorama Six Feet Under,’ ‘Student of the Year 2,’ and ‘Bypass Road,’ among several others. Panag has appeared in TV series like ‘Kashmeer,’ and ‘Vijay Jyoti.’ She was also seen in several web series like ‘The Family Man,’ ‘Paatal Lok,’ and ‘Rangbaaz Phirse.’ During the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, she was the Aam Aadmi Party candidate from Chandigarh. Panag also runs an NGO called the Colonel Shamsher Singh Foundation and is the director at Tittar Lodge Productions Private Limited.
05 Jun 2021Entertainment
At a time when global warming and climate change are on the rise, it's the need of the hour to care for Mother Nature.
27 May 2020Entertainment
Paatal Lok is a smash hit.
25 May 2020Entertainment
Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma-produced web series Paatal Lok continues to spark controversies.
20 May 2020Entertainment
Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma, who is currently basking in the success of her latest production Paatal Lok, has been served a legal notice over a casteist slur used in the show.
24 Apr 2020Entertainment
Anushka Sharma is all set to foray into the world of web shows as a producer.
21 Apr 2020Entertainment
Anushka Sharma just shared the first teaser of her upcoming web series.
05 Aug 2019Entertainment
In a historic move, Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Central government scrapped Article 370 of Indian Constitution today, thereby repealing the special status given to the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
11 Jul 2018India
What would you choose between a prestigious career and freedom of speech? For J&K IAS officer Shah Faesal, the decision is clear.