Lachmi Deb Roy talks to Kabir Bedi about his autobiography, Stories I Must Tell, his successes as an international star, his torrid love affairs, painful memories of his schizophrenic son’s illness and death, and a lot more. Excerpts:
On why he wrote the book
I felt my story is one that people could relate to and be inspired by. It has lessons for everyone. In the beginning of last year, I felt I was ready to tell my story. In the process, I hope to have cleared some misinterpretations. It’s the story of a boy from Delhi who comes to Bollywood and goes on to become an international star. I have seen great glory; I’ve also made many mistakes. It’s the story of making, breaking and re-making of me as a man.
On writing during lockdown
The story was literally bursting inside me for 10...