Rakesh Bedi’s Family Background: His father, Madan Gopal Bedi, worked for Indian Airlines for many years. Ridhima and Ritika are the names of Rakesh Bedi’s daughters, whom he shares with his wife, Aradhana.
Rakesh Bedi’s Education
Bedi received all of his education in the city of Delhi and graduated from there. When Bedi was a student in high school, he frequently participated in competitions for monologue acting.
Rakesh Bedi is a film and television actor who studied at the prestigious Film and Television Institute of India.
Bedi has an extensive acting career, in addition to his employment at Pierrot’s Troupe in New Delhi.
Rakesh Bedi’s Career Life
Rakesh Bedi is a well-known celebrity from India who has worked in both Indian film and television.
Bedi’s first appearance in a film was as a supporting character in the 1979 movie Hamare Tumhare, in which he co-starred with Sanjeev Kumar. This role was the one that established his acting career.
Bindiya Gill played the lead part in the MSM Arts film “Qatil Kaun” (1999), which was never released and starred Love Kumar, Muskan, Kanchan, Reema Lagoo, Rakesh Bedi, Dinesh Hingoo, Music by M.A.Raheem, and Dinesh Hingoo, and was directed by Indra Kumar.
Sharad Joshi and Kundan Shah wrote and directed the comedy Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi (1984), Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain (1995), and Shrimaan Shrimati (1995), all of which he appeared as a guest star.
The actor has acted in nearly 200 films, including Ek Duuje Ke Liye, directed by K. Balachander, Hero No.1, and Jhootha Kahin ka. In 1981’s Chashme Buddoor, he starred with Farooq Shaikh and Ravi Baswani.
For a short time, he presented ZeeQ’s Science with BrainCafé, a science-oriented conversation show, in addition to his work in the Mumbai theatre scene.
In the successful one-man play Massage that Vijay Tendulkar created, he portrayed a total of 24 different characters.
His first television show was called Shubh Vivah, and it debuted in the year 2012.
He is an Indian actor who has worked in film, on stage, and television. His work can be found in all three mediums.
Rakesh Bedi is a member of IPTA and has written and directed several plays and short films, such as Jab We Separated and Patte Khul Gaye, in addition to leading the plays Mera Woh Matlab Nahi Tha and Shimla Coffee House.