Veteran actor Kabir Bedi will tell the story of his life “with raw emotional honesty” in his memoir which will be published this April.
“Stories I Must Tell: Actor of Emotional Journey” will take readers through the heights and lows of Bedi’s professional and personal lives, including their relationships, marriage and divorce, why her beliefs have changed, and her film, television Exciting Days and Theaters in India, Europe and Hollywood, publisher Westland announced Sunday.
It is the story of a middle-class boy from Delhi who met with extraordinary successes, heartbreaking failures and a man who does not fall in love or tell a story.
75-year-old Bedi says she has “embodied my turbulent professional and emotional life about this book in my heart and I have told it with raw emotional honesty.”
According to Westland Publications publisher Karthika VK, “It’s an unusually candid and heart-touching life story with an unexpectedly sad twist.” I think it will surprise even those who know Kabir well. “
Bedi moved from Bollywood, worked in Hollywood and became a star in Europe. Internationally, he was the villain in the James Bond film Octopussy, and starred in The Bold and the Beautiful.
In Europe, his Sandokan series broke the records of many television viewers.
Bedi’s career spans three continents: film, television and theater. He has acted in more than 65 Hindi films, including Khoon Bhari Maang, Main Hoon Na and Mohenjo Daro. He starred alongside Michael Caine in Ashishtha and Roddy McDowell in Baghdad’s Chor.
He played the title role in the Italian film The Black Pirate (Il Cosaro Nero).
On American television, Bedi has worked in popular series such as Highlander, Murder She Vaught, Magnum PI and Dynasty, and several HBO mini-series.
Onstage, he starred in John Lumineau Festival in Canada at John Murrell’s “TAJ” and MM Kaye’s “Far Pavilion” in London’s West End.