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In India where cricketers are treated as Gods, film and TV actors with a massive fan following are treated no less than the divine. While each of their moves is closely monitored and sometimes criticized too, their actions do have a lasting impact on impressionable minds. Hence, it becomes a prerogative to become a positive influence on them and society at large.
National Award-winning actor Ashish Vidyarthi recently took a life-altering decision that we think will empower and motivate many others who have been thinking of doing the same.
We have seen Vidyarthi in many films, predominantly portraying the role of an evil villain. But in real life, he’s a motivational speaker, travel and food vlogger, and a lover boy at heart. We say so because the 60-year-old actor recently got married for the second time with the love of his life.
#AshishVidyarthi, National Award-winning actor (‘Drohkaal’), now better known as a motivational speaker, travel and food vlogger & the man who played the elder brother of Rana Daggubati’s character in the web series, ‘Rana Naidu’, has tied the knot for the second time. He’s 60.… pic.twitter.com/FvQwxq6PjD
— IANS (@ians_india) May 25, 2023
Not paying much heed to ‘log kya kahenge’ and how will society react to his decision, the ‘Rana Naidu’ actor took the plunge and married entrepreneur Rupali Barua (50), hailing from Assam in an intimate ceremony attended by close family and friends.
Formerly, the actor who has worked in more than 300 films in multiple languages, was married to actress, singer, and theatre performer Rajoshi AKA Piloo Vidyarthi and the couple have a son Arth Vidyarthi together.
Ashish and Rupali finally married each other after dating for the past several years. According to India Today, the couple had a simple court wedding that followed traditions from Kerala and Assam.
Even though Ashish and Rupali did what they thought was best for them, a section of society shamed them. However, there were many others who supported the couple for doing the right thing.
Everyone deserves a second chance…#VoiceForMen #AshishVidyarthi #AshishVidyarthiMarriage pic.twitter.com/nW0on0opO3
— Voice For Men India (@voiceformenind) May 25, 2023
Why #AshishVidyarthi who is age 60 is being trolled for marrying #RupaliBarua who is age 50. Both are single.
Better appreciate them.. pic.twitter.com/I0C3mMWrNG
— Sunaina Bhola (@sunaina_bhola) May 26, 2023
Ashish Vidyarthi 60
Rupali Barua 50
It’s their second marriage wish them both a happy married life..
Now those who are trolling them for age gap to them go to 14/15 hundreds year ago with a time machine and be the witness of a marriage that held between a 56 years old male and 6… pic.twitter.com/zOsVY13DoP
— 🇮🇳 Indrani 🇮🇳 (@Anti_Congressi) May 26, 2023
This is good. They set a trend that age doesn’t matter to get married. Hope this inspires others to be brave and get married whenever they want. We need to welcome and appreciate things like this. Congratulations #AshishVidyarthi and #RupaliBarua . You did a right thing 👏🏽💐🎉 pic.twitter.com/9qZtWKxsfj
— Shyamalatha Devi (@shyamalathadevi) May 26, 2023
But no matter what anyone else thinks, we definitely laud the newly-married couple for following their heart, setting a great example, and not letting age or society influence their personal decisions.
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