Veteran Indian actor Kabir Bedi, who was the special guest at the 16th River to River Florence Indian Film Festival, has been honoured with the Keys to the City of Florence.
“Honoured by being presented Keys to the city of Florence by Mayor at the 16th River to River Florence Indian Film Festival. Grazie. Firenze,” he tweeted on Sunday after Deputy Mayor Cristina Giachi gave him the Keys to te City.
The aim of the six-day fest, which began on Saturday, is to promote films from and about India.
The actor was recently honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Valladolid International Film Festival (Seminci) Edition 2016 in Spain as well.
On foreign shores, the 70-year-old has worked in projects like “Sandokan”, “General Hospital”, “The Bold and the Beautiful”, “Guns & Glory: The Indian Soldier”, “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time” and “Fantastic Four”.
In India, Kabir featured in films like “Khoon Bhari Maang”, “Yalgaar”, “Kachche Dhaage” and “Nagin”.