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Gul Panag launches anti-tobacco campaign
September 12th, 2013
Actress and activist Gul Panag is urging the youth to join the fight against tobacco she launched a campaign titled 'No More Tobacco In 21 Century' on the first day of the "International Conference on Public Health Priorities in the 21st Century: The Endgame for Tobacco" organised by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, with Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) and Health Related Information Dissemination Amongst Youth (HRIDAY) in… more
Gul Panag talks about feminism, breast cancer and running (Interview)
September 9th, 2013
Defying what appears to be a trend with most celebrites in the media eye, there are no over-sized sunglasses shielding her friendly gaze. Her down-to-earth aura belies the fact that she spends quite a bit of her working and playing hours interacting with the rich and the famous. With a coffee on the way and a quick brief of the story I’m working on, she’s unstoppable, as she nimbly hops… more
Gul Panag goes pink!
September 8th, 2013
Known for her roles in films like ‘Dor’ and ‘Manorama Six Feet Under’, actress Gul Panag is working towards social cause by showing her support via social networking sites. She has also been associated with marathons like The Pinkathon and will soon be seen essaying a role of a journalist in ‘Ab Tak Chhappan 2’. Speaking about the marathon, she shares, “I have been running since 15 years. The Pinkathon… more
I am looking forward to host Zubin Mehta’s concert: Gul Panag
September 6th, 2013
Tomorrow's concert is being organized by the German Embassy in collaboration with the Centre and the state government.      77-year-old Mehta, an Indian-origin maestro in western classical music, will conduct Munich's Bavarian State Orchestra before guests, including ministers and diplomats at Shalimar Bagh.      "I am looking forward to host this concert. I was personally asked by the German ambassador to be part of the event and I… more
Gul Panag goes back to school
September 3rd, 2013
Not many know that Gul Panag, who has been an actor in Bollywood for nearly a decade now, is still a student. She has recently completed a masters (MA) in Political Science from Panjab University, and plans to pursue further studies. Gul feels that besides adding credentials to her professional qualifications, a higher degree also helps her understand society in a better way. “I feel that the most contemporary subjects… more
Gul Panag completes her master’s degree in political science
September 3rd, 2013
The actress-activist is definitely moving in the direction. She recently completed her master's degree in political science and earned a first class Her debates on political issues on a micro-blogging site, especially on women’s rights indicate a deep interest in governance. Gul’s also making an impact in diplomatic circles. She is part of the Germany Day celebrations on October 3. She will also be hosting the Ehsaas -e-Kashmir concert by… more
Celebs at a cafe launch
September 2nd, 2013
Bollywood celebs Rishi Kapoor, director Subhash Ghai, Gul Panag, telly actors Ronit Roy and Karanvir Bohra among others were present at the event. more
Nobody wants to challenge the status quo
August 26th, 2013
We saw her as the confident Beant of Pollywood film Sikander, storming the male bastion at Panjab University (PU) elections. And, why not, when Miss Panag herself was a post-graduate student at the university recently? Her movie might have gotten lost in the crowd of below-average rom-coms, but with the film, Gul Panag proved that she stands for everything she believes in, on and off-screen. In the wake of PU… more

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