Ashish Vidyarthi, a Bollywood actor who just wed twice, recently discussed the differences between first and second marriages.
Recently, on May 25, in a private registry wedding, Bollywood actor Ashish Vidyarthi and fashion mogul Rupali Barua wed for the second time. In a private ceremony attended by their close friends, the couple wed. Even though there were rumors that Ashish married again at age 60, he recently admitted that he is 57 and Rupali is 50.
While the news of his second marriage went viral, it also divided social media users into groups. While one group ridiculed the actor, others praised him for living his life and getting married to the love of his life. The actor has now answered several speculations and revealed details about his second marriage amid the confusion.
Speaking about his former wife Piloo Vidyarthi, he said, “About 22 years back, Piloo and I met and we got married and it was an amazing one. We had Arth who is now 22. He is working. But somehow for the last few years, Piloo and I discovered that after this beautiful innings that we played together, how we saw the future was slightly different from one another.”
He further said, “We tried our best if we could sort out our differences. That we noticed 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 will take away from happiness. And, happiness is all that we want, right? So at that point, we both sat down together and said that we would do it amicably.”
At the same he is also about his 2nd marriage with Rupali. Ashish Vidyarthi said, “I literally let the word out in the universe. I was at that point 55, maybe, and I said I want somebody to get married to. That’s how I met Rupali Barua and we got chatting then we met. Then we discovered something interesting about one another and we thought that we could be walking together as husband and wife. Therefore, Rupali and I got married. She is 50 and I’m 57, not 60. But age doesn’t matter my friend. Each one of us can be happy. Whatever our age, right? So, just wanted to let you know let’s keep moving. Let’s respect how people are living their lives.”