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Gul Panag the actress and her unknown & unusual side

Born: January 3, 1979

Education: BA (Mathematics), Patiala University
MA (Political Science), Punjab University, Chandigarh

Interests : Read below!!!

The simple and so-feminine Zeenat in the critically acclaimed film Dor is a bike enthusiast and more in real life. Gul Panag loves sports and adventure and would love to own a Harley one day. White water rafting, rock climbing and trekking enthuse her as much as acting and modeling. She drives from Mumbai to Leh every year in her custom-made Scorpio, camping en route; she runs the Mumbai International Marathon; and she is in demand as an actor. An avid reader, she collects First Editions. Phew!!! Yes there is more to come! Degrees in Mathematics and Political Science and winning the Miss India Universe crown in 1999. Born into a second generation armed forces Sikh family (she is the daughter of Lt. Gen. Panag), Gul is adept at shooting skeet and rifle and trains under her brother Sherbir and has also participated and won medals in equestrian events.

Amidst all this action and bustle, SALT caught up with Gul Panag the film star for her views and answers to some mystifying questions.



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