Veteran actor Kabir Bedi made headlines in April this year because of the shocking revelations he made in his autobiography titled “Stories I Must Tell: The Emotional Life of an Actor,” which he wrote during the lockdown in due to the coronavirus pandemic. From his controversial relationship with the late actress Parveen Babi the suicide of his late son Siddharth, the 74-year-old man actor touched on various aspects of his life that were either controversial or unknown to many. In his book, revisiting a “traumatic” chapter in his life when he went bankrupt, he mentioned that it humiliated him. Now, in a recent interview, he opened up about the same thing and said, “I had traumatic experiences with my son’s suicide, with my bankruptcy in Hollywood. It is very humiliating for a celebrity to go bankrupt. But you have to find ways to lift yourself up and resurrect yourself. He added, “Throughout my life I have reinvented myself. Much of the meditation I learned in my you, much of the spiritual foundation that my parents gave me through their remarkable traditions. of Sikhism and Buddhism, and my own inner sense of me gave me the strength to say, ‘no, I’m going to fight back’.