Ashish Vidyarthi's First Wife Rajoshi Barua Shares Cryptic Post About Getting Hurt After Actor Gets MARRIED To Rupali Barua At 60
Ashish Vidyarthi's first wife Rajoshi Barua shares a cryptic post where she talked about getting hurt after the actor got married for a second time!
Veteran actor Ashish Vidyarthi got married to fashion entrepreneur Rupali Barua in an intimate ceremony in Kolkata. This is his second wedding, as he was earlier married to Rajoshi Barua, and with her, he also has a son. As per the latest reports, Ashish and Rupali had a court marriage at a club and the ceremony was attended by family and close friends. Now, the actor’s first wife Rajoshi has shared cryptic posts on her Instagram handle.
She shared a note talking about getting hurt by the person he thought was the right match for her. Her note read, “The right person will not make you the question of what you mean to them. They will not do what they know hurts you. Remember that.” In another story, Rajoshi doled out some motivation as she talked about how she has been able to achieve peace by doing away with the reasons for overthinking. She wrote, “May the overthinking and the doubt exit your mind right now. May clarity replace confusion. May peace and calm fill your life. You've been strong long enough, it's time to star receiving your blessings. You deserve it.” ALSO READ: Veteran Actor Ashish Vidyarthi Gets MARRIED Again At The Age Of 60, Ties The Knot With Fashion Entrepreneur Rupali Barua In Kolkata-See PICS
Meanwhile, Ashish Vidyarthi and Rupali’s pictures as a groom and bride are doing the rounds on social media. it showed the actor dressed in a cream-colored Sherwani and funky glasses, while the fashion entrepreneur wore a white and golden Mekhela Chador and styled her look with some gold jewellery inspired by South Indian temple art.
Talking about marrying Rupali at the age of 60, the Ziddi actor told Times Of India he is feeling ‘extraordinary.’ The actor was quoted saying, “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.”