How rich is Rajinder Singh Bedi? Net Worth


Rajinder Singh Bedi Net Worth

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Total Net Worth at the moment 2024 year – is about $130,1 Million.



Rajinder Singh Bedi information Birth date: September 1, 1915, Sialkot, Pakistan Death date: 1984, Mumbai, India Birth place: Sialkot, Punjab, British India. [now in Pakistan] Profession:Writer, Director, Producer Children:Narendra Bedi, Rajkumar Bedi Parents:Seva Dai, Hira Singh BediBooks:I Take this Woman, Ordained by Fate, Bhol?

Height, Weight

:How tall is Rajinder Singh Bedi – 1,61m.
How much weight is Rajinder Singh Bedi – 68kg


Rajinder Singh Bedi Net Worth
Rajinder Singh Bedi Net Worth
Rajinder Singh Bedi Net Worth
Rajinder Singh Bedi Net Worth


Rajinder Singh Bedi (Punjabi: ??????? ???? ????, Urdu: ?????? ???? ?????, Hindi: ??????? ???? ???? , September 1, 1915 – 1984) was an Urdu writer of progressive writers movement, playwright, who later became a Hindi film director, screenwriter and dialogue writer.As a screenwriter and dialogue writer, he is best known for Hrishikesh Mukherjees films Abhimaan, Anupama and Satyakam, and Bimal Roys Madhumati. As a director he is known for Dastak (1970), starring Sanjeev Kumar and Rehana Sultan and Phagun (1973), starring Dharmendra, Waheeda Rehman, Jaya Bhaduri and Vijay Arora.Bedi is considered one of the leading 20th century progressive writers of Urdu fiction, and second most prominent Urdu fiction writer, after Saadat Hasan Manto, and like Manto he is most known for his disturbing Partition of India tales.
Biography,Early lifeBedi was born in village Dhalli-ki in Sialkot district, Punjab, now in Pakistan, to Hira Singh Bedi and Seva Dai. He spent his early years in Lahore, where he received his education in Urdu, as it was common to most Punjabi families, though he never graduated from a college.CareerHis first collection of short stories, Daan-O-Daam (The Catch), featuring his prominent story Garam Coat (Warm Coat) was published in 1940. In 1942, he published his second collection of short stories, Grehan (The Eclipse).[citation needed]In 1943, he joined Maheshwari Films, a small Lahore film studio, although after one and half years he returned to All India Radio and was posted to Jammu, where he worked until 1947, and became the Director of Jammu and Kashmir Broadcasting Service. By the time of Partition Rajinder Singh Bedi had published numerous more short stories, and had made a name for himself as a prolific writer. His Urdu novel, Ek Chadar Maili Si, translated into English as I Take This Woman, received the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1965. The book was later translated into Hindi, Kashmiri and Bengali.[citation needed]His later collections of short stories were Kokh Jali and Apne Dukh Mujhe Dedo and a collection of plays, Saat Khel.FilmsAfter the partition of India in 1947, he moved to Bombay, and started working with D. D. Kashyap and got his first screen credit for dialogue, in the 1949 film Badi Bahen, although he received greater recognition for his second film Daag, a 1952 film.In 1954, he joined with Amar Kumar, Balraj Sahni, Geeta Bali and others to create a new company called Cine Cooperative. In 1955, it produced its first film, Garam Coat. Based on Bedis short story Garam Coat, starring Balraj Sahni and Nirupa Roy, and directed by Aman Kumar, the film gave Bedi the chance to write an entire screenplay.[citation needed]Their second film, Rangoli (1962), starring Kishore Kumar, Vyjayantimala, and Durga Khote, was also directed by Amar Kumar.He continued to display his range in dialogue writing styles in many classic Hindi films, starting with Sohrab Modis Mirza Ghalib (1954), Bimal Roys Devdas (1955), and Madhumati (1958), Amar Kumar and Hrishikesh Mukherjees films, Anuradha (1960), Anupama (1966), Satyakam (1969) and Abhimaan (1973).He made his directorial debut with Hindi classic Dastak (1970), starring Sanjeev Kumar and Rehana Sultan, with music by Madan Mohan, and in the following decade he directed three more films: Phagun (1973), Nawab Sahib (1978) and Aankhin Dekhi (1978).[citation needed]His novella Ek Chadar Maili Si was made into a film in Pakistan, Mutthi Bhar Chawal (1978)[11] and later in India, as Ek Chadar Maili Si (1986).[12]His son Narender Bedi was also a film director and the maker of films including Jawani Diwani (1972), Benaam (1974), Rafoo Chakkar (1975), and Sanam Teri Kasam (1982). He died in 1982, a few years after Bedis wife. Thereafter, Bedis health consistently deteriorated. He suffered paralysis in 1982 and died in Bombay two years later.His short story Lajwanti was made into a telefilm, by Neena Gupta in 2006.[13]


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