Shibani Bedi Height, Age, Boyfriend, Family, Biography & More

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Marital Status: Unmarried
Hometown: New Delhi
Age: 36 Years

Shibani Bedi

ProfessionActor, Content Creator
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 168 cm
in meters- 1.68 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 6”
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBrown
DebutFilm: Tau Jhagdu (2015)
Shibani Bedi in the film 'Tau Jhagdu'
TV: Kuch Iss Tara (2008)
Poster of the serial 'Kuch Iss Tara'
TV Series: Baked (2016)
Poster of the TV series 'Baked'
Personal Life
Date of Birth5 June 1986 (Thursday)
Age (as of 2023) 36 Years
BirthplaceNew Delhi
Zodiac signGemini
SchoolManav Sthali School, New Delhi
College/University• Miranda House, Delhi University
• St Xavier's College, Mumbai
Educational Qualification(s) [1]Shibani Bedi - Linkedin• B.A. (Hons.) Philosophy (2004-2007)
• PG Diploma, Journalism and Mass Communication (2007-2008)
Food HabitNon-vegetarian
Shibani Bedi's Instagram post about her eating habits
HobbiesTravelling, Dancing, Singing
Tattoo(s)• Left hand
Shibani Bedi's tattoo on her left hand
• 'Bloody but unowed' inked on her right shoulder
Shibani Bedi's tattoo on her right shoulder
• Right wrist
Shibani Bedi's tattoo on her right hand
Relationships & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
ParentsFather- Arvind Bedi
Shibani Bedi with her father
Mother- Varsha Bedi
Shibani Bedi with her mother
SiblingsBrother- Palash Bedi
Shibani Bedi with her brother
Shibani Bedi

Some Lesser Known Facts About Shibani Bedi

  • Shibani Bedi is an Indian actress and content creator known for appearing in various funny videos on social media. She has also appeared in many TV series and movies.
  • She used to like dancing and acting since she was a child.

    Shibani Bedi as a child

    Shibani Bedi as a child

  • She never wanted to do a 9 to 5 job and wait for weekends to enjoy her life. She was always interested in acting and theatre. She has been a theatre artist for a long time. In an interview, she talked about how theatre has changed her life and said,

    Acting came as a magical-floating tube in my river-raft kind of life that saved me and kept me afloat in my endless abyss of self doubt and confusion. It has given me shelter and refuge, when I was on the run from being who I am, or trying to figure out my place in the scheme of things. The ability to act has given my angst, sorrow, happiness, desolation, meaninglessness, and energy, a sense of purpose and expression. It has given me the strength to say things that I might never have had the courage or the cockiness to express.”

  • In May 2008, she started training as a sub-editor at The Asian Age.
  • In August 2008, she joined New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV) as an assistant output editor. She used to work as a video editor, voice-over artist, and reporter of cultural events in the city. In January 2010, she was promoted to the post of Associate Output Editor.
  • In June 2011, she started working at India Today Magazine as a senior sub-editor and used to write feature stories and stories for supplements, mostly based on celebrity interaction as well as current affairs. Her work also included writing and reporting for the web and sub-editing and rewriting news stories for the main magazine.
  • In January 2012, she became a senior copy editor at Hindustan Times where she used to do reporting, copy editing, rewriting, and structuring copies and content.
  • In August 2014, she started working as a chief sub-editor of online entertainment at NDTV Convergence.
  • In February 2015, she became the chief content curator at Hindustan Times.
  • In November 2015, she became the editor of the website Vagabomb which is owned by ScoopWhoop Media Pvt Ltd. She sued to write and edit content with the tone and the feminist stand of the magazine.
  • In August 2016, she started working as a video content and actor consultant at Times Internet. She started working as the chief copy editor at Idiva and also used to write scripts and perform video content on Idiva, MensXp, and Indiatimes.
  • She has appeared in short films like Dark Brew (2017), Pride (2018), and Pride _ Love on the Rocks (2019).

    Shibani Bedi in the short film 'Pride'

    Shibani Bedi in the short film ‘Pride’

  • She has appeared in TV series including Dilliwood (2017) and Dude (2021).

    Shibani Bedi in the television series 'Dilliwood'

    Shibani Bedi in the television series ‘Dilliwood’

  • She has appeared in movies like Mantra (2017), Why Cheat India (2019), Bharat (2019), Flight (2021), and Hum Do Hamare Do (2021).

    Shibani Bedi during the shoot of the film 'Flight'

    Shibani Bedi during the shoot of the film ‘Flight’

  • She’s also done cameos in blockbuster films like Rang De Basanti (2006) and No One Killed Jessica (2011).

    Shibani Bedi in the movie 'No One Killed Jessica'

    Shibani Bedi in the movie ‘No One Killed Jessica’

  • In an interview, she was asked if being a content creator makes it easy for her to get a role in the film, to which she replied,

    I don’t know what particularly works for people to get into OTT platforms and I know that if you are a good actor and you crack an audition, your online presence helps. Channels narrow down to taking you as opposed to a social media celebrity, but as I said there are no rules, sometimes they actually prefer not taking popular faces as long as you are a good actor.”

  • In an interview, she revealed that in the first film Tau Jhagdu, the name of her character was Chidiya, but because Shibani was fat, they kept the name of the character Moti.