Friendship with Sanjay Suri was one of the rays of Dhoop, Gul Panag’s debut film

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The actress wrote in detail about the film and the friendships she made following it.

The first films are always special. And, if the latest Gul Panag post is anything to follow, they leave an indelible mark on you. The actress revisited her first Dhoop film on Instagram through a detailed post in which she delved into the story and friendships she had made following it. Sharing a poster of the 2003 film, Gul Panag said, “Being Pihu. My first Dhoop film. I had the honor and privilege of working with loyal Om Puri Revathi and Sanjay Suri. It was directed by the winning director of the film. National Award Ashwini Choudhary. It was produced by Parth Arora. “
Gul Panag explained that the film is based on “events surrounding the death of the honorable captain Anuj Nayyar, MVC of the 17 Jat Regiment of the Indian Army”. Captain Anuj Nayyar was martyred in operations against the Pakistani army, in the southwestern sector of Tiger Hill, on July 5, 1999, as part of the Kargil conflict, he said, adding: “The story of the Kapoor family in the film, describes the real events that happened in the life of the Nayyar family. “

The news of his death was a “huge shock to his family and the first half of the film portrays their attempts to cope with their grief,” Gul Panag explained in the post detailing the film’s plot further.

Adding a personal consideration from the film, Gul Panag said, “One of the many things that came out of this film was my friendship with Sanjay. He was a friend in need, an always ready collaborator and constant support over the years ».

Fans and followers of the actress flooded the comment section with heart-shaped emojis. Read the full note here:

Gul Panag often shares snippets of his personal and professional life on the photo sharing platform. Recently, the actress uploaded a video of some time spent with her son, Nihal.

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