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Ashish Vidyarthi does bihu with Rupali Barua, ties mangalsutra in inside pics from wedding

New footage from actor Ashish Vidyarthi’s marriage ceremony with Rupali Barua have surfaced on social media. It captures them dancing their coronary heart out as they celebrated their union with shut family and friends members. Ashish was seen tying mangalsutra on Rupali in one of many images as they opted for registry marriage. Also learn: Ashish Vidyarthi opens up about divorce from Piloo after marrying Rupali Barua

Ashish Vidyarthi married entrepreneur Rupali Barua.

In a photograph, Ashish was seen smiling whereas posing with Rupali Barua. He wore a beige kurta, paired with a Mundu from Kerala. He additionally sported a standard gamocha from Assam as Rupali hails from Guwahati. Rupali opted for a white and golden Mekhela Chador and accomplished her look with some gold jewelry impressed by South Indian temple artwork.

The picture images function Rupali with sindoor. She and Ashish had been additionally seen in varmalas. One of the images was clicked throughout the second when Ashish tied the mangalsutra on Rupali. They additionally matched steps and carried out bihu in images. Their marriage ceremony befell at a Kolkata membership, which was mentioned to be adopted by a reception.

Ashish was beforehand married to Rajoshi Barua, alias Piloo Vidyarthi, who’s the daughter of actor Shakuntala Barua. They have a son, Arth Vidyarthi. Talking about their divorce, Ashish shared on social media, “About 22 years back, Piloo and I met and we got married, and it was an amazing one. We had Arth who is now is now 22, and he’s working. But, somehow, for the last two years, Piloo and I discovered that after this beautiful inning that we played together, we felt that how we saw the future was slightly different from one another. Yes, we tried our best, if we can sort out the differences, but then we discovered that the differences can be sorted out but it would be in a way that one of us will impose on the other and that would take away the happiness. Happiness is all we want, right?”

“There was no torture, hardship or anything as people are speculating. We are two different people. For two years we tried to go our separate paths and now he is doing great in his career. I have been looking after a lot of backend things for the last five years. In my personal life, I have different needs now. I cannot fill the goal of Mrs Vidyarthi now,” added Piloo Vidyarthi to Hindustan Times in an unique interview.



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