Ashish Vidyarthi surprised fans earlier this week when photos of his wedding took social media by storm. The National Award-winning actor tied the knot with fashion entrepreneur Rupali Barua from Guwahati, Assam, with many extending their wishes to the newly-married couple. On the other hand, Ashish's first wife, Rajoshi aka. Piloo Vidyarthi has shared cryptic posts on Instagram, which have created a lot of buzz. Posting a series of Stories, she shared a quote by Najba Zebian as a repost from the Third Eye Thoughts page that stated, "The right one will not make you question what you mean to them. They will not do what they know hurts you. Remember that." In her second story, Rajoshi posted another quote from the same page that read, "May the overthinking, and the doubt exit your mind right now. May clarity replace confusion. May peace and calmness fill your life. You’ve been strong long enough, it's time to start receiving your blessings. You deserve it,".
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With her Instagram Stories getting a lot of attention, Rajoshi also posted a picture of herself all smiles along with the caption, "Don’t get puzzled in the puzzle called LIFE." Hailing from Kolkata, she is the daughter of popular Bengali actress Shakuntala Barua and the co-founder of Ashish Vidyarthi & Associates, an organization involved with theatre and music. Rajoshi had a son Arth Vidyarthi, 23, with her former husband Ashish. On the work front, she appeared in several notable Hindi films and television serials that include Suhani Si Ek Ladki (2019) and Imlie (2020).
As for Ashish Vidyarthi, the actor talked about his wedding to Rupali Barua in an interview with Times of India and 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." He added, "We met some time ago and decided to take it forward. But both of us wanted our wedding to be a small family affair." Ashish is best known for his antagonist and character roles and won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the 1995 film, Drohkaal. He made his debut in Tamil cinema as the villain in 'Chiyaan' Vikram's 2001 hit, Dhill, before gaining massive popularity in the blockbuster 'Thalapathy' Vijay-starrer Ghilli in 2005 by playing the role of his father, who is a stern police officer. Ashish also made appearances in films like Aaru, E, Azhagiya Tamil Magan, Kuruvi, Bheemaa, Kanthaswamy, Uthamaputhiran, Meaghamann, and Yennai Arindhaal.