Kabir Bedi who has acted in Indian and international films will speak at a charity event to honour the late filmmaker Richard Attenborough in London next week.
Arts for India charity, in association with the British Film Institute (BFI), is going to host the fundraising event at BAFTA on October 19 to honour Attenborough posthumously.
Kabir, who has acted in James Bond film “Octopussy” and starred in “Bold and Beautiful” TV series, is happy about being a part of the event for the English actor-filmmaker, who was the President of British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) and had won two Academy Awards for his film on Mahatma Gandhi in 1983.
“Lord Attenborough remains an iconic figure in world cinema. I first met him at the London press screening of his Oscar-winning ‘Gandhi’, where I bowed and touched his feet, Indian style, as a mark of reverence” the actor said. – CINEWS