Narendra Bedi (1937-1982) was a Bollywood director and son of the writer Rajinder Singh Bedi. He is most known for hits movies like Jawani Diwani (1972) starring Randhir Kapoor and Jaya Bhaduri, Rajesh Khanna starrers Bandhan and Maha Chor , and Amitabh Bachchan starrers Benaam (1974) and Adalat (1977) and the comedy film Rafoo Chakkar.
|Years active||1965 - 2004|
|Children||3, including Rajat Bedi (son)|
Manek Bedi (son)
Ila Bedi Dutta (daughter)
Narendra Bedi was the son of famous Urdu writer and screenwriter Rajinder Singh Bedi. He received a degree in Arts from University of Mumbai, and thereafter started his career by joining the film production team of G. P. Sippy, who later produced Bedi's debut film, Bandhan (1969), starring Rajesh Khanna and Mumtaz.
His films were either in romantic comedy genre like that of Jawani Diwani, Dil Diwana, Rafoo Chakkar, Sanam Teri Kasam or were of action genre like Maha Chor, Khotey Sikkay, and had music by R.D. Burman. His film Sanam Teri Kasam fetched R.D.Burman his very first Filmfare Best Music Director Award. His only flops in his career as directors were Dil Diwana, Kacche Heere and Aakhri Sangarsh.
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- then University of Bombay
- 1st Filmfare Awards 1953
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