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Gul Panag: I’m a prolific traveller
April 21st, 2017
New Delhi: Actress Gul Panag says she is a prolific traveller and prefers organised and stress-free travelling. "I am no longer a bagpacker...My early student days when I used to travel I did a lot of bagpacking. I preferred planned holidays (now). I do a lot of driving trips and I now prefer more organised and stress free travel," the actress said. The actress, who has travelled to places nationally… more
#AzaanRow: Gul Panag calls on glitterati to speak out!
April 19th, 2017
Reacting to the entire controversy regarding Sonu Nigam's controversial tweets about 'forced religiousness,' actress Gul Panag has said that famous and influential people should speak out on such matter as it can make a difference. When asked if she supports Nigam's statement about loudspeakers, she told ANI, "I just want to say that every religious place, whether it is a church, a temple, a mosque or a gurudwara there should… more
Don’t let technology take over your life, says Gul Panag
April 19th, 2017
New Delhi, April 19 (IANS) Actress Gul Panag, who loves using technology, says that people should not allow it to take over their life. “I adopted technology way before others…my dependency on smart phones is much higher than other people…And I feel that if technology can make life easier, then one must adopt it. However, one must not allow it to take over his or her life…” she said. “There… more
Watch: In Under 2 Mins, Video Tells You Why Homemakers Make The Best CEOs
March 8th, 2017
Today’s home-makers are myth breakers! Renowned British novelist C.S. Lewis called the homemaker the ultimate career choice parallel to none. Actress turned entrepreneur Gul Panag, Mobikwik CEO Upasana Taku and other leading entrepreneurs make us take notice of the pivotal role played by homemakers in our lives. In the video, Gul Panag highlights that being a homemaker is tougher than being a CEO, Upasana Taku, CEO of Mobikwik, showcases while… more
‘Censor board is archaic, rate movies for ages’
March 7th, 2017
BENGALURU: Bollywood actress Gul Panag, in the city for a talk on the society in transition, called the Censor Board an “archaic” institution. She has worked with Alankrita Shrivastava, whose film Lipstick Under Burkha was denied a certification by the CBFC, calling it a “lady-oriented’ film. Gul said such decisions by the Board only only reveals its misogynistic and patriarchal side. “It is okay to have man-oriented cinema but the… more
I believe I can fly
March 7th, 2017
Gul Panang says her posts on flying went viral because they were an inspiration for other women to chase their dreams From winning the Miss India title in 1999 to becoming a pilot, actor Gul Panag has done it all. Talking on International Women’s Day 2017 organised by Embassy Office Park she said “In the past few years we have seen greater inclusion and participation of women. Indian women showed… more
Women have to empower each other: Gul Panag
March 6th, 2017
With International Women’s Day (March 8) around the corner, it is again time for conversations about women’s issues to gain momentum. The celebrations may be short-lived, but the conversations and the messages that emerge are worth carrying forward. Speaking at a recent event in Bengaluru, actor, pilot, former beauty queen, model and politician Gul Panag urged a group of women working in the corporate world to break the barriers that… more
Gul Panag and Kalki Koechlin lend their support to women empowerment campaign ‘United By Half’
February 11th, 2017
On Friday, bollywood actors Gul Panag, Kalki Koechlin, Purab Kohli were present at United Colors of Benettion campaign #UnitedByHalf which is a women empowerment campaign. In the panel discussion, both bollywood actresses felt that, in changing times women’s should be given equal rights along with men. Gul said, “It’s a commendable attempt in a male dominated society, because in our society women still struggle to get equal rights and share… more
Gul Panag on celebrity activism
January 17th, 2017
Bollywood actress Gul Panag has defended Indian celebrities who are hesitant to voice their opinions about social issues. “Indian stars do take a stand... [but] look at what you do to them once they take a stand. The backlash that comes... you have to be prepared for it and I think [you] really grow a thick skin as well,” Panag said. “But then the bread and butter gets affected because… more
Gul Panag: If stars take political stand, their bread and butter is hit
January 15th, 2017
Bollywood actress Gul Panag says Indian celebrities do take a stand on issues but have to be prepared for the backlash. The actress feels one has to be very strong to withstand the massive opposition they might face for voicing an opinion. "Indian stars do take a stand, look at what you do to them once they take a stand. The backlash that comes, you have to be prepared for… more

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