Gul Panag Revealed She Re-Wore Her Mother And Mother-In-Law’s Outfits For Her Wedding Festivities

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Talented actress, Gul Panag had set neo-bridal fashion back in 2011 when she married Rishi Attari, wearing outfits that belonged to her mother and mother-in-law!
Gul Panag has been one such actress who is known for her unconventional personality, that has also seeped into her choice of characters and films. Her outstanding performances in films like Dor, Dhoop, The Family Man, Pataal Lok among others have stood the test of time and fans shower love on them even today. Coming to her personal life, the true-blue Punjabi kudi tied the knot with the love of her life and pilot, Rishi Attari in 2011. Their wedding was all-things hatke and is even spoken of today since the bride and groom had made an entrance in a bikers doli. However, apart from this, Gul had once revealed another unknown facet from her wedding, which proved that she indeed was a trendsetter.

Gul Panag had worn her mother’s outfit for her wedding
On the occasion of Gul Panag’s ninth wedding anniversary with hubby, Rishi Attari in 2020, the Dor actress had taken to her social media handle and dropped candid pictures from her wedding festivities. While nearly every picture held a special memory and had a back story to it, it was the one featuring Gul’s bridal look that stunned everyone. For her D-Day, Gul looked exquisite in a pink-hued lehenga choli set which featured golden-hued embroidery all over it. Along with the snapshots, Gul penned how she had re-worn her mother’s lehenga for her wedding, and further revealed how her husband had arranged for a customised biker’s doli with a side-carriage so that she could sit comfortably with her heavy lehenga on it. She mentioned:

“9 years. But actually many more. Wearing my mother’s wedding lehenga. My mother was the ‘wedding planner’ and she executed our vision to perfection featuring every single custom with a fun twist! I wore my mother’s lehnga for the wedding. Since I was wearing my mother’s lehnga, I was afraid of getting it stuck in the wheel. So the husband found a fabricator in Nangal who made side cars and ordered one. It arrived the night before the wedding.”

Well, Gul Panag not only re-wore her mother’s outfit, but also that of her mother-in-law’s for her sangeet night. Sharing a picture from the same, Gul revealed how she did not get any bridal trousseau made for her wedding and did all the recycling of outfits for her special day. For the unversed, her sangeet outfit featured a bright green and pink-hued dual-toned lehenga. Recalling the same, Gul had penned:
“I did not get any ‘wari or daaj’ made. Wore Mother in law’s wedding outfit for our sangeet. All recycled and reused. I wore my mother’s lehnga for the wedding and my mother in law’s for the sangeet.”

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