A biopic is a great way to make people aware of the life of an inspirational personality and to inspire them. In the recent past, many excellent biopic films have been made, which have also been appreciated by the audience. Soon, India’s first Paralympic gold medalist in freestyle swimming, Muralikant Petkar’s biopic ‘Chandu Champion’ is also going to be released, in which actor Kartik Aryan will be seen playing the lead role. Meanwhile, a biopic is also going to be made on India’s first female IPS officer Dr. Kiran Bedi.


Bedi Biopic

Viewers will soon be able to see Kiran Bedi’s life on screen. On Tuesday, June 11, the makers of the film have announced this by releasing a video. This biopic has been named ‘Bedi: The Name You Know, The Story You Don’t’. Kiran Bedi herself gave this information while talking to the media during the video launch. She said that she had received the offer to make a film on her life many times before, but she feels that now is the right time.

Dr. Kiran Bedi

Kiran Bedi has approved the biopic of director Kushal Chawla after seeing his four and a half years of research. She said that she was in Pondicherry for her assignment when Kushal and his father Gaurav Chawla told her that they wanted to make a film on her. On this, Kiran said that it was too early as she was still working, but Kushal and Gaurav had already done a lot of homework, without knowing whether she would say yes or not.

Dr. Kiran Bedi

When asked about the film, which actress can play her character better, she said, it is difficult to say, it would be best to leave it to the directors and producers. We can also conduct a survey on this. This can also improve our choices. Kiran further said that the film can be released next year on the 50th anniversary of International Women’s Year. It will be a global film, in which an Indian woman will be seen on the screen, which will be made by the Indian team.