PM Narendra Modi responded to a video Gul Panag shared of her son. He took to twitter and called Gul Panag’s son: Nihal, ‘extremely adorable’. He was prompted to do this after Gul Panag shared a video of her son identifying Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s face on magazine covers and newspapers.
In this shared video, Gul Panag could be seen correcting her son. While he calls ‘Modi’ upon noticing the PM, she corrects him by stating ‘Modi ji’. Gul Panag shared this video and captioned it with the words,
“So Nihal now promptly identifies @narendramodi in magazines & newspapers. Gleefully pointing him out me – often first thing in the morning. I managed to make him do it ‘for the camera’. @Openthemag”
PM Modi was quick to respond to this cute video of the mother-son duo. He wrote,
“Extremely adorable! Do convey my blessings to young Nihal. Wishing him the very best, in whatever he seeks to do. I am also sure he will find an amazing mentor and guide in you, @GulPanag.”
Have a look at the video and PM Modi’s response here:
So Nihal now promptly identifies @narendramodi in magazines & newspapers. Gleefully pointing him out me – often first thing in the morning. I managed to make him do it 'for the camera'. @Openthemag pic.twitter.com/lQCLWqQOeZ
— Gul Panag (@GulPanag) October 16, 2019
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 17, 2019
Talking about Gul Panag she became a mother for the 1st time last year. She tied the knot with pilot Rishi Attari when she was almost 40, thus setting new goals for couples in this new era where professional life is taking a preference over personal life.
Gul Panag is a model-turned-actress, who has tried her hand at politics but failed to make any breakthrough and is interestingly a certified pilot just like her husband. She represented India in the Miss Universe pageant back in 1999.
Talking about her recent projects, she was recently embroiled in a controversy over some of the words that her character said in Netflix Series: The Family Man. These comments took aim at govt’s handling of necessary public services like communication in sensitive regions of Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.