Raju Srivastav passed away at 58

Raju Srivastav passed away at 58
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At the age of 58, well-known comedian Raju Srivastava passed suddenly. At the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi, the comedian passed away. On August 10, Raju suffered a heart attack and was subsequently hospitalized at AIIMS.
At 10.20 am, the comedian passed away after spending 41 days in the hospital. On Thursday, Raju’s last rites will be conducted in Delhi. A heart attack struck the 58-year-old stand-up comic as he was exercising in a South Delhi gym. When Raju was transferred to the hospital, he reportedly complained that he felt nervous. The following day, he had an angioplasty, and even then, he has been on a ventilator.

“He was on the treadmill performing his normal exercise when all of a sudden, he lost his balance and crashed. After having a heart attack, he was transported right away to the AIIMS hospital “Earlier, the relative of Raju Srivastava spoke to PTI.

The comedian’s health had seen considerable changes over the previous few days. Despite claims that Raju had regained consciousness on August 25, Raju’s brother Dipoo Srivastava told ABP News that the family had not received any such information from the physicians. Dipoo also stated that the comedian had made only slight progress and was only slowly getting better.

Shikha, Raju’s wife, often updated his followers and family on his health and pleaded with them to pray for his recovery.

Raju Srivastav

Raju, who is most known for playing the stage persona “Gajodhar,” was born on December 25, 1963, into a middle-class family in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. Ramesh Chandra Srivastava, his father, was a poet. Since he was little, he had good imitation skills.

With his clever one-liners and humorous insights on some extremely current topics in life, Raju carved out a place for himself in the world of stand-up comedy. He became well-known thanks to the groundbreaking stand-up comedy talent competition program “The Great Indian Laughter Challenge,” which debuted its inaugural season in 2005.

In Hindi movies like “Maine Pyar Kiya,” “Baazigar,” “Bombay to Goa” (remake), and “Aamdani Atthani Kharcha Rupaiya,” he made an appearance. He participated in the third season of “Bigg Boss.”

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