|Born||3 January 1979|
|Other names||Gul Panag-Attari, Gulkirat Kaur Panag|
|Occupation||Actress, voice actress, model, politician|
|Height||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Political party||Aam Aadmi Party|
Gul Panag (born Gulkirat Kaur Panag, 3 January 1979; Chandigarh, India) is an Indian actress, voice actress, model, and former beauty queen who competed in the Miss Universe pageant. Panag began her career in Bollywood with the 2003 film Dhoop. Since then, she has worked in films like Jurm and the TV series Kashmeer. Her films include Dor, Dhoop, Manorama Six Feet Under, Hello, Straight, and Ab Tak Chhappan 2.
She played a commoner, fighting hard to save her husband from going to the gallows, in the 2006 Nagesh Kukunoor film, Dor. In 2008, she acted in the films Hello and Summer 2007. In 2009, she appeared in the movie Straight. She featured in Rann in a role attempting to stop her boyfriend from doing the right thing. Panag appeared on the front page of Maxim with whom she did a photo shoot in September 2008. She debuted in Punjabi movies with Sarsa. She was the Aam Aadmi Party candidate from Chandigarh for 2014 Lok Sabha Elections.
Panag started her education in Sangrur, in Punjab. Her father, Lt. Gen. Panag was in the army and the family moved to different places across India and abroad. As a result of this, she studied in 14 different schools including Kendriya Vidyalayas (Chandigarh, Mhow, Leh and Wellington, Tamil Nadu), The Lawrence School, Lovedale and the International School of Lusaka, Zambia. She did her Bachelors in Mathematics from Punjabi University, Patiala, and Masters in Political Science from Panjab University, Chandigarh. As a student, Panag was interested in sports and public speaking. She won numerous state and national level debate competitions, including two gold medals at the Annual National Inter University Debate competition.
Panag was the Twitter Face for the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week held in 2009, to cover the happenings/proceedings on the micro-blogging site.
Gul Panag runs the Colonel Shamsher Singh Foundation, an NGO that works towards a variety of causes including gender equality, education and disaster management. She served on the advisory board of the Wockhardt Foundation. She also participated in the India Against Corruption movement. She ran at the Delhi Half Marathon in November 2010, but endured eve teasing (sexual harassment) from male runners at the event. She later remarked that the attitude of men in Delhi needed to change and that the city was unsafe for women.
A serial half-marathon runner, avid biker who is also a certified pilot and was trained on a professional platform- Formula E. Panag. She debuted on the racing track at the Mahindra Racing's all new M4Electro at the circuit de Calafat in Catalonia, Spain.
An health activist and fitness advocate Gul Panag, co-founded Health and fitness startup MobieFit in 2017.
Panag married her long-time boyfriend, an airline pilot, Rishi Attari on 13 March 2011 in a Gurdwara in Chandigarh in a traditional Punjabi Sikh ceremony. The couple has a son named Nihal born in 2018.
- 2007 - Tied - Zee Cine Critics Award for Best Actress, tied with Ayesha Takia for Dor.
- 2020 - Nominated – Filmfare OTT Awards for Best Supporting Actress (Drama Series) - Paatal Lok
|2003||Dhoop||Peehu A. Verma||Hindi|
|2006||Dor||Zeenat Fatima/Zeenat A. Khan||Hindi|
|2007||Manorama Six Feet Under||Nimmi||Hindi|
|2009||Anubhav||Meera Hemant Valecha / Meera A. Malhotra||Hindi|
|2010||Hello Darling||Mansi Joshi||Hindi|
|2011||Turning 30||Naina Singh||Hindi|
|2015||Ab Tak Chhappan 2||Shalu||Hindi|
|2019||Student of the Year 2||Coach Kuljeet||Hindi|
|2017||Musafir Hoon Yaaron||Presenter||Star Plus|
|2018||Vijay Jyoti||Jyoti||Zee TV|
|2002||Kismey Kitnaa Hai Dam||Presenter||Star Plus|
|2019||The Family Man||Saloni||Amazon Web series|
|2019||Rangbaaz Phirse||Anupriya||ZEE5 originals web series|
|2020||Paatal Lok||Renu Chaudhary||Amazon Web series|
|2020||Pawan and Pooja||Pooja Mehra||MX Player|
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