The actor tied the knot with Assam's Rupali Barua in an intimate ceremony.
Last Updated: 01.56 PM, May 25, 2023
On May 25, in a private ceremony, veteran actor Ashish Vidyarthi and Rupali Barua of Assam were wed in marriage. The actor, who has starred in several films including those in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and others, has found love once more in Rupali.
The actress Shakuntala Barua's daughter Rajoshi Barua was the former spouse of the National Award-winning actor. Rupali, the now-wife of Vidyarthi and a native of Guwahati, works for a high-end clothing retailer in Kolkata.
The actor and his wife Rupali held a little reception to commemorate the memorable day after the court marriage.
The actor's wedding picture has been doing the rounds online. The bride and groom can be seen in the picture wearing traditional attire. Rupali was spotted wearing a traditional Assamese white saree with a golden border, while Vidyarthi was dressed in a white and gold mundu for the wedding.
In an interview with Times of India, actor Ashish Vidyarthi described how it feels to fall in love once more. He said, “At this stage of my life, getting married to Rupali is an extraordinary feeling. We had a court marriage in the morning, followed by a get-together in the evening.”
The actor was previously married to actor Rajoshi Barua, daughter of yesteryear actress Shakuntala Barua. They have a son together.
Ashish Vidyarthi steadfastly declined to discuss the specifics of his romance with Rupali Barua. Barua, on the other hand, remarked that "He is a beautiful human being and a great soul to be with."
Since 1991, Ashish Vidyarthi, a National Award-winning actor, has constantly worked in a variety of film industries. For his part in the 1994 movie Drohkaal, he received the National Award.
Ashish Vidyarthi has appeared in many Indian films. He is best known for playing villains in Bollywood films. The actor was born in Delhi on June 19, 1962. Ashish Vidyarthi has acted in numerous Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, English, Odia, Marathi, and Bengali films throughout his career. To date, he has lent his voice to around 300 films in 11 different languages.