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Gul Panag Talks About Phase Where She Did 'jhaadu-pocha' After Winning Miss India In 1999

Gul Panag talks about her husband Rishi Attari, a pilot was flying planes till March 24 amid COVID-19. She said her life has come a full circle after 21 yrs.

Gul Panag

Aviator, actor-producer, entrepreneur, biker and above all a wife & a mother — Gul Panag — is an inspiration for many women. Her husband Rishi Attari, who is a pilot was flying planes till March 24 amid Coronavirus pandemic.

In an interview, the Dhoop actor revealed that she took a sigh of relief when her husband returned home as the Government gave orders to shut the airspace because she honestly thought she would see him only after 21 days. She said that 'duty is above anything else' in her family because Attari and herself come from 'three generations of Armed Forces'.

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Lauding the Government's extreme measure of complete lockdown, Gul Panag said, 'difficult times call for difficult measures' and said she salutes the government's courage for taking an 'unprecedented decisive step'. For Panag, life has come a full circle after 21 years. How you may wonder?

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Well, the actor confessed that after winning Miss India title in 1999, she used to do jhaadu-pocha, wash clothes on her own and cook meals by herself. Only with time she got help, and a washing machine.

"This phase will change people fundamentally and will make you realise you can do everything," Gul concluded. 


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