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The renowned Bollywood actor Ashish Vidyarthi has been in the news due to his personal life. Ashish Vidyarthi tied the knot with Rupali Barua in Kolkata on Thursday (May 25th) for the second time, considering their age. After his second marriage, Ashish Vidyarthi shared a video regarding this matter. In the video, he clearly stated that the reason for the conflict with his first wife, Rajoshi Barua (Piloo Vidyarthi), was apparent. He said, “Our lives have taken different paths. Our desires, the opportunities we seek, everything is different now. Each person lives life in their own way. However, we all want to lead a happy life. 22 years ago, Piloo, also known as Rajoshi, entered my life. We developed a good friendship. We have a son together. He is now 22 years old and has a job.”

“In our 22 years of living together, we realized a slight difference in our visions for the future a year or two ago. We thought and made efforts to reconcile those differences. However, upon introspection, we understood that there was a possibility of one of us being a hindrance to the other’s progress. Therefore, we realized that the way we had joyfully spent these 22 years together cannot continue in the same manner. It won’t be possible for us to continue living together with happiness, and this realization dawned upon us. We may physically be together for the sake of showing unity to others, but there won’t be any happiness in that, and we came to know this. Both of us didn’t want that,” he further added.

Ashish Vidyarthi continued, “We have seen people living together in different ways, embracing diverse lifestyles. But that wasn’t the life we desired. Therefore, we made the decision to separate. We also wanted to uphold our dignity in this matter. When two individuals live together while being different, there are moments of dissatisfaction. When one expresses their discontent, it affects others as well. However, there was nothing we could do about it; we both agreed on this. Our child was involved in this conversation as well. We had discussions with our close relatives, friends, and acquaintances. Afterward, we made the decision to part ways. We became separate entities, but I didn’t need to stay alone.”