The 58-year-old Indian comedian Raju Srivastava passed away in AIIMS Delhi. His death has been confirmed by his loved ones.
Bollywood comedian Raju Srivastava passed away on Wednesday at the age of 58 in Delhi. His passing was reported to Hindustan Times by his loved ones. After being hospitalized for 41 days, the comedian passed away at 10:20 a.m. On August 10th, Raju was taken to AIIMS Delhi after collapsing from chest symptoms he encountered after a workout.
Raju was still using a ventilator more than a month after his heart attack hospitalization. His brother Dipoo Srivastava recently stated that the comedian was slowly healing but was unconscious.
“The upswing is sluggish. He’ll feel better soon. On a ventilator, his condition is stable. He hasn’t come yet. Medical professionals insist they are making progress despite the passage of 35 days. Please say a prayer for us “The statement by Dipoo was made to PTI.
Dipoo had previously stated that there were no intentions to transfer the comedian to another hospital in Mumbai, where Raju was now being treated. “After he has been cared for at AIIMS, we will bring him home to rest. Trusting the medical professionals is important to us “His comment was an addition.
After working in show business since the ’80s, Raju finally had his big break in 2005 when he competed in the inaugural season of the reality stand-up comedy show The Great Indian Laughter Challenge.
The Hindi films Maine Pyar Kiya, Baazigar, the new version of Bombay to Goa, and Aamdani Atthani Kharcha Rupaiya all feature him in supporting roles. The Film Development Council of Uttar Pradesh was headed by him until his untimely passing.