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Ashish Vidyarthi found love in his 60s; ties knot with Assam’s Rupali Barua

Ashish Vidyarthi and Rupali’s wedding: On Thursday, May 25, Rupali Barua, an Assamese, and veteran actor Ashish Vidyarthi exchanged vows in a private ceremony. The actor, who has appeared in several regional films including those in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and others, has fallen in love with Rupali once more.

Rajoshi Barua, a former spouse of the actor who won a National Award, was the daughter of the actress Shakuntala Barua. Rupali, who was born in Guwahati and is now Vidyarthi’s wife, works for a high-end clothing retailer in Kolkata.

Ashish Vidyarthi and Rupali’s low-key registry wedding

In the presence of loved ones and close friends, Ashish and Rupali had a low-key registry wedding. Perfect cultural fusion was evident at the wedding. Ashish’s white and gold Mundu from Kerala was paired with Rupali’s gorgeous white mekhela, which she began getting ready at 6.30 am. Her mekhla was worn in conjunction with gold temple jewellery.


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TOI quoted the actor, who expressed his thoughts on getting married at 60. “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,” said Ashish.

Considering the exciting news, some people are curious as to how the two met. While sharing some details about their affair, the fashion entrepreneur said, “We met some time ago and decided to take it forward. But both of us wanted our wedding to be a small family affair.”

All about the actor

In the Indian film industry, Ashish Vidyarthi, who is best known for playing villains in Bollywood films, has appeared in several films. On June 19, 1962, in Delhi, India, the actor was born. Ashish Vidyarthi has made appearances in films in several languages, including Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, English, Odia, Marathi, and Bengali, throughout his career, which began in 1986. His involvement with nearly 300 films in 11 different languages.

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