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Ashish Vidyarthi (born 19 June 1962) is an Indian film actor known who works in multiple language films, predominantly in Bollywood, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu and Bengali cinema. He is noted for his antagonist characters. In 1995, he received the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for Drohkaal.
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He was born in 19 June 1960 (age 57 years) Kannur, Kerala, to Reba Vidyarthi, a Kathak dancer of Bengali origin and Govind Vidyarthi, a Malayali theatre personality from Thalassery, Kannur. Ashish got his surname from his father, who took on the surname 'Vidyarthi' as a tribute to freedom fighter Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi who died in Kanpur riots during the time of partition of India. He moved to Delhi in 1969 and joined the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Mehta Vidyalaya, where he won acclaim for his performances as an actor in dramatic and comedic roles. He attended Hindu College and earned a BA in History.
He had a presence in the theatre circuit but he was first noticed by television audience in Sai Paranjpye comedy series Hum Panchi Ek Chawl Ke. He started acting in minor roles in regional television serials. He also acted in Dastaan where he was the antagonist.
Vidyarthi's film career began with a supporting role in the Kannada Film Anand. Later, he starred with Suresh Gopi in Hijack (1991). His break in Hindi films came with Naajayaz and Baazi.
1995: National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor: Drohkaal
1996: Bengal Film Journalists' Association - Best Actor Award (Hindi): Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin
1997: Star Screen Award for Best Villain: Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin
2005: Filmfare Award for Best Villain – Telugu: Athanokkade
1996: Filmfare Best Villain Award for Drohkaal
1997: Filmfare Best Villain Award: Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin
2012: SIIMA Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role (Telugu): Ala Modalaindi
2014: SIIMA Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role (Kannada): Shivajinagara