Meet Gul on‘Turning 30'
C all it coincidence, if you wish. When actor Gul Panag signed up for Turning 30, she was “just turning 30”. .
So, how comfortable is she with her age? “I'm happy at 30; 30 is the new 20,” she quips. “Now, you have a lot more opportunities at 30 than when you were 20,” she insists.Talking about Turning 30, Gul says director Alankrita Srivastava's vision was very similar to the kind of cinema she associates with. Gul identifies urban Indian women as the primary audience of this film. “It is a film made for women, by women. In urban India, at 30, you are at a crisis point, because you have either made it in your career or you haven't. And, you can relate to my character, Naina. ”
On a personal note, Gul says: “Naina is far more gutsy, bold and liberated than I am.”
Gul's other projects include the Pritish Nandy production, A Rectangular Love Story, and a film with Ram Gopal Verma.
(Bollywood News Service)