Shibani Bedi is an Indian actress and content creator who is famous for appearing in different TV series and movies. She also appeared in many funny videos on social media.
Shibani Bedi was born on Thursday, 5 June 1986 (age 36 years; as of 2023) in New Delhi. Her zodiac sign is Gemini. She did her schooling at Manav Sthali School, New Delhi. She pursued B.A. (Hons.) in philosophy (2004-2007) at Miranda House, Delhi University and PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication (2007-2008) at St Xavier’s College, Mumbai. 
Height (approx.): 5′ 6″
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Black
Parents & Siblings
Shibani’s father’s name is Arvind Bedi.
Her mother’s name is Varsha Bedi.
She has a brother, Palash Bedi.
As of 2023, she is unmarried.
She started her career in May 2008 when she joined The Asian Age as a sub-editor. In August 2008, she started working at New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV) as an assistant output editor. Her work in the organization was to edit videos, record voice-overs, and report cultural events in the city. In January 2010, she got her promotion to the post of Associate Output Editor at NDTV. In June 2011, she joined India Today Magazine as a senior sub-editor and used to write feature stories and stories for supplements. Her stories were mostly about celebrity interaction as well as current affairs. She also used to write and report for their website and edited and re-wrote the news stories. In January 2012, she started working at Hindustan Times as a senior copy editor. She used to do reporting, copy editing, rewriting, and structuring copies and content. In August 2014, she joined the online platform NDTV Convergence and started working as a chief sub-editor of online entertainment. In February 2015, she started working as the chief content curator at Hindustan Times. In November 2015, she was hired as the editor of the website Vagabomb which is owned by ScoopWhoop Media Pvt Ltd. She also wrote and edited content where feminist stands were pointed out in 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 made her debut in 2015 with the film Tau Jhagdu.
She has appeared in movies like Mantra (2017), Why Cheat India (2019), Bharat (2019), Flight (2021), and Hum Do Hamare Do (2021). She’s also done cameos in blockbuster films like Rang De Basanti (2006) and No One Killed Jessica (2011).
In 2008, she appeared in the television show Kuch Iss Tara.
She made her debut on YouTube with the TV series Baked (2016).
She has appeared in TV series including Dilliwood (2017) and Dude (2021).
- She has a tattoo on her left hand and ‘Bloody but unowed’ inked on her right shoulder
- She has a tattoo inked on her right wrist
- She follows a non-vegetarian diet.
- Since she was a child, she was interested in dancing and acting.
- In an interview, she said that worked in a 9 to 5 job for a few years, but that was never her dream. She wanted to do acting and modelling for which she even joined theatre for a few years. 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 an interview, she said that she worked hard to get a role in the film and that being an online content creator is not the only thing that has helped her. In the interview, she further said,
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 said that when she was doing her first film Tau Jhagdu, the name of her character was changed from Chidiya to Moti because she was really fat at that time.