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Renowned Indian actor Ashish Vidyarthi exchanged wedding vows with Rupali Barua, hailing from Guwahati, in an elegant ceremony held at a Kolkata club on Thursday.
Rupali, associated with a prestigious fashion store in Kolkata, joined Ashish in holy matrimony during a private registry marriage, attended by their immediate family members and close friends. Reflecting on this significant chapter in his life, Ashish expressed, “Marriage to Rupali at this stage is an extraordinary feeling. We had a court marriage in the morning, followed by an intimate gathering in the evening.”
Curious about their love story, Ashish playfully teased, “Oh, that’s a long story. I’ll share it some other time.” Rupali chimed in, saying, “We met some time ago and decided to embark on this journey together. However, both of us desired a small, intimate wedding surrounded by our loved ones.”
When asked about what drew her to Ashish, renowned for his portrayal of complex and dark characters on screen, Rupali smiled and shared, “He is a beautiful human being and a great soul to be with.” The wedding ceremony beautifully blended the cultural traditions of both Ashish and Rupali.
Rupali, adorning a stunning white mekhela chador from Assam, perfectly complemented Ashish’s white and gold Mundu from Kerala. Her exquisite gold jewelry was inspired by the intricate artwork found in South Indian temples, revealed her stylist, Rajat.
Makeup artist Kaushik added that Rupali opted for a simple dewy look, with her hair elegantly tied up in a bun adorned with fresh flowers. The wedding festivities were followed by a formal reception. Ashish Vidyarthi, renowned for his work across various film industries, was born in Delhi on June 19, 1962. With a career spanning from 1986, he has contributed to numerous Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, English, Odia, Marathi, and Bengali films.
Having acted in over 300 films across 11 languages, Ashish made his mark in the industry with his portrayal of VP Menon in the movie “Sardar,” based on the life of Sardar Vallabhai Patel. Notably, his first release was “Drohkaal,” for which he received the National Film Award for the Best Supporting Actor in 1995. His memorable performances include the role of Ashutosh in “1942: A Love Story,” for which he garnered acclaim. Ashish Vidyarthi was also honored with the Star Screen Award for the Best Actor in a Negative Role for the 1996 film called “Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin.”
With an extensive filmography spanning multiple languages, the versatile actor has left an indelible mark on the industry. Prior to his marriage with Rupali, Ashish was married to Rajoshi Vidyarthi, an esteemed Indian actor, singer, and theater artist.