Raju Srivastav, a comedian, has died. Following a heart attack while working out, the actor and comedian was hospitalised to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) hospital in New Delhi last month. The news of his passing was broadcast.
“His family confirms that comedian Raju Srivastava passed dead at the age of 58 in Delhi. On August 10, he was rushed to AIIMS Delhi after collapsing at the gym and complaining of chest trouble.
For those who are unaware, Raju Srivastav had a heart attack on August 9 and was taken to the AIIMS hospital in Delhi as a result. His staff has established that the comedian had a heart attack while exercising. Around 11 or 11:30 he was exercising on the treadmill when he suffered a stroke. He is now steady. Right now, there is nothing to worry about. Doctors are performing testing; we’ll have more details soon, according to his staff. Later reports claimed that the comedian’s cardiac arrest also caused severe brain damage.
Raju was well-known in the comedy community. He was also well-liked for his portrayals of politicians and Bollywood actors. Additionally, he took part in various comedy programmes, such as Comedy Ka Maha Muqabala, Comedy Circus, and Comedy Nights with Kapil.
Raju further disclosed in 2017 that even Prime Minister Narendra Modi appreciates his impersonation. He advised me to imitate me if I wanted to, but to make sure the audience was amused. He regards mimicry as a form of art. In fact, Modi ji stated that there should be no prejudice, that persons in positions of authority should not be made fun of, and that only the other portions should be the focus of one’s humour.