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What turning 30 brings…
January 12th, 2011
The title of homewrecker, a lesson in remaining tight-lipped about her personal life and a movie focusing on hitting the ‘dreaded' age - Gul Panag tells City Times about taking on 30"Indian cinema rarely ever tells the stories of girls like me," criticises Turning 30!!! director Alankrita Srivastav when we get her on the phone. "Instead, women on screen are either seen as 21-year-old ‘bimbettes' or the older ‘bhabhiji' types."But… more
Gul Panag on ‘Turning 30’
January 12th, 2011
MUMBAI: "It's good to be 30. I think you become more stable both financially and emotionally when you are in your 30s," said Gul Panag, who was in town as part of a promotional tour for her new film, ‘Turning 30'. The actress tells why despite being a woman she doesn't mind getting older and why being 30 for her is better than 20.Do you think being 30 is good?Absolutely!… more
Star Tech – Gul Panag
January 12th, 2011
I use several gadgets, but my favourite is my alarm clock. I've had it for two yearsTOCK TIME... I am quite a gadget fan and use several gadgets to make life simpler. My favourite gizmo is an alarm clock. It is a brand called Clocky and I have had it for two years now. It comes in only one colour - white - as far as I know.CHASING THE CLOCK...… more
Terrific thirties!
January 11th, 2011
Turning 30 means coming to terms with who you are, says Gul Panag Call it coincidence, if you wish. When actor Gul Panag signed up for "Turning 30", she was "just turning 30". "And, the film was probably the most logical thing for me to do at that point of time," she says.So, how comfortable is she with her age? "I'm happy at 30; 30 is the new 20," she quips.… more
‘I want to ride with Salman as pillion’
January 11th, 2011
Not many know that actress GUL PANAG has been riding bikes since she was 16. She tells NANDA DAS that she loves to explore beaches.The perfection with which she made the bike roll on the street and smartly curved it along a sharp turn, it was quite evident that actress Gul Panag has been secretly mastering the art of riding a bike. And guess for how long? "Since the time… more
Gul Panag: Cozy and Cute at ‘Turning 30’ Presser
January 11th, 2011
January 11, 2011, (Sawf News) - Gul Panag looked snug and stylish in blue denim jeans, high neck purple colored top with a cardigan atop promoting her upcoming film Turning 30 in New Delhi on Monday, January 10.Panag was accompanied by her co-stars Siddharth Makkar and Purabl Kohli; debutante director Alankrita and her mentor producer Prakash Jha, amidst others.Explaining her role in the film, Panag said, "I am playing a… more
Gul Panag getting a grip on life
January 8th, 2011
According to actress Gul Panag it's not in the twenties that one actually gets a complete grip on their lives. "It's in your thirties," she insists."When you grow older, you get a firmer grip on your life. I definitely feel that thirty is kind of a turning point in your life. You learn that you need to stop apologising for being yourself," says Gul, who recently turned 32.The actress says… more
Gul says ‘Yes’ to shaadi!
January 7th, 2011
Shocked, are you dearies? Well, we were too when we heard that the pretty Gul Panag went on to say 'yes' on national television. Recently, at an event she'd said, "30 rocks, and it's great being at that age." So, we're wondering what's with this sudden desperation. Here's the real story. A fan named Purab called in and proposed marriage to Gul, on zoOm's Ring-A-Star show, and she was so… more
Gul Panag attends Volkswagen Polo Cup
January 7th, 2011
Gul Panag is somebody who truly defines the term 'beauty with brains'. After a successful career in modelling, she made her debut in Bollywood with the sensitive film Dhoop. Soon she was seen in some rather interesting films such as Dor, Manorama Six Feet Under and Rann. And it is the same Gul Panag, who is now all over the place, promoting her forthcoming film Turning 30. One has to… more
Gal pals for muses
January 7th, 2011
She assisted director-producer Prakash Jha on projects like Gangajal, Apaharan and Raajneeti, and made a serious short film titled Open Doors about domestic abuse. But for her first commercial film, she chose to make a chick flick. Alankrita Srivastava states that she could relate with the subject matter of Turning 30 because she's a young, urban girl and knows the nuances of the life she's tried to show in her… more

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