Kabir Bedi, who recently turned author with his autobiography ‘Stories I Must Tell: The Emotional Life of an Actor’, in a recent interview talks about lesser known things about his life. . The veteran actor talked about his son Siddharth Bedi’s suicide leaving the world and going bankrupt in Hollywood.
During an interaction with Brute India, Kabir talked about it and also about playing non-Indian characters in international shows and films. During his Hollywood years, Kabir appeared in The Bold and the Beautiful, one of the most watched shows in the world. He also appeared in Dynasty, She Wrote, Magnum, PI, Hunter, Knight Rider and Highlander: The Series.
On bankruptcy, the veteran actor said, “I went through the painful experience of my son’s sudden passing, along with my bankruptcy in Hollywood. It is very humiliating for a celebrity to be bankrupt. But you have to find ways to rise and revive yourself. Throughout my life, I have rediscovered myself.”
Earlier during an interaction with Bollywood Hungama, Kabir spoke about his son saying, “Siddharth was a very talented young man… He was extraordinary in his abilities, and then suddenly, one day, he can’t think Were. We tried very hard to figure out what was wrong at first, and for three years, we battled these unknown ghosts, and finally, he had this extremely violent breakout on the streets of Montreal, and it took eight policemen to catch him. Put. And then, the doctors in Montreal finally diagnosed him as schizophrenic.
Bedi also said, “He came to Los Angeles and I and we tried our best to fight it. In the end, this is a battle I lost because he chose to give up on his life. He could not bear the world that schizophrenia had given him.”