Veteran actor Kabir Bedi will inform the story of his life “with raw emotional honesty” in his memoir which will likely be printed this April. “Stories I Must Tell: The Emotional Journey of an Actor” will take readers by way of the highs and lows of Bedi’s skilled and private life, his relationships, together with marriage and divorce, why his beliefs have modified, and his thrilling days in movie, tv and theatre, in India, Europe and Hollywood, publishers Westland introduced Sunday.
This is the story of a middle-class boy from Delhi who met with extraordinary successes in addition to heart-wrenching setbacks and a person who holds nothing again, in love or in storytelling.
Bedi, 75, says he has “poured my heart into this book about my turbulent professional and emotional life and I have told it with raw emotional honesty”.
According to Karthika V Okay, writer at Westland Publications, “This is an unusually candid and heart-warming life story with unexpected tragic turns. I think it will surprise even those who know Kabir well.”
Bedi went from Bollywood, labored in Hollywood, and have become a star in Europe. Internationally, he was the villain within the James Bond movie “Octopussy”, and starred in “The Bold and the Beautiful”.
In Europe, his “Sandokan” collection broke many tv viewership data.
Bedi’s profession spans three continents in three mediums: movie, tv and theatre. He has acted in over 65 Hindi films, together with “Khoon Bhari Maang”, “Main Hoon Na” and “Mohenjo Daro”. He starred with Michael Caine in “Ashanti”, and Roddy McDowell in “Thief of Baghdad”.
He performed the title function within the Italian movie “The Black Pirate” (Il Corsaro Nero).
On American tv, Bedi has acted in widespread collection like “Highlander”, “Murder She Wrote”, “Magnum P.I.” and “Dynasty”, and lots of HBO mini-series.
On stage, he starred in John Murrell’s “TAJ” on the Luminato Festival in Canada, and M M Kaye’s “Far Pavilions” in London’s West End.