After becoming Miss India, I used to do jhadoo, pocha: Gul Panag on coming ‘full circle’ in life

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Gul Panag comes from a military background and she knows the value of discipline. She recently talked about the ongoing lockdown in the country and also opened about her personal life. Talking about the ongoing emergency, she said that a new emergency needs a new kind of heroes and we should be very thankful to them.

All the doctors, nurses, medical shops, the cleaners are the new heroes and they are working selflessly to serve us in this difficult time. She further said, ”It’s our duty to stay at home and support the government’s decision and our hard-working superheroes.”

Gul Panag, who is currently managing her home, also talked about her husband. As he was flying for the commercial airlines in this emergency time, she was worried that if he had stuck somewhere else, she would have been able to see him after the 21 days of lockdown. On the same, she said, ”I am glad the commercial airlines suspended the operations and he is back home.”

Panag relates herself to this situation and said it will change people’s perspective towards life. She said, ”At the point when I earlier set up my home as a 20-year-old in Delhi after winning Miss India in 1999, I used to do jhadoo, pocha and I also used to wash clothes without the washing machine, and cook. And now with time, I have a cleaning person, cook and a washing machine.” She described she has come full circle in life!

Published by Ishan Soni on 31 Mar 2020

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