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Learning from life


HE has a way with women. But then he also has a way with parting. Actor KABIR BEDI, often in the news for his high-profile relationships, insists after his recent break up that he's "happy to be alone and am enjoying my splendid isolation".

He claims that life is a great teacher and he "has been a good and patient learner. I never ever tried to figure out why my three marriages did not work. They were wonderful while they lasted," said he.

While he is busy trying to catch up on the professional front, Bedi said he kept himself busy reading and was now planning to write a semi-autobiographical book.

"It will have selective bits about my journey. I would think it more in terms of my impressions about my own life," said he. Considering his huge female fan following, Bedi's book will certainly have no shortage of takers, even if it doesn't reveal all.

BY SUCHITRA BEHAL

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