Popular Indian comedian Raju Srivastava dies at age 58 at AIIMS
Popular Indian comedian Raju Srivastava died on September 21. The comedian died on Wednesday at age 58. He was admitted to AIIMS over a month ago after he fell while working out at the gym.
Srivastava’s cousin Ashok Srivastava had spoken PTI as of late and affirmed that the comedian had suffered a heart attack while working out. “He was doing his routine exercise and while he was on the treadmill, he suddenly fell down. He suffered a heart attack and was immediately taken to the AIIMS hospital,” Ashok had told PTI.
According to recent reports from ANI, the comedian’s personal secretary Garvin Narang informed that Raju Srivastava was recovering and was showing signs of improvement. “Raju Srivastava gained consciousness today after 15 days. He’s being monitored by doctors at AIIMS Delhi. His health condition is improving,” he said in the statement.
A few reports had before uncovered that the comedian was put on a ventilator in the wake of suffering brain damage. On August 10, Raju Srivastava collapsed during his gym session. The actor griped of chest pain and was quickly admitted to AIIMS hospital in Delhi by his trainer. Reports additionally said that the comedian was given CPR two times to resuscitate his pulse. While at first, his condition apparently was improving, soon after, reports of his health deteriorating began doing the rounds.
Raju Srivastava rose to acclaim with The Great Indian Laughter Challenge. While his stand-up comedy was generally appreciated, he played done smaller roles in a few movies including Maine Pyar Kiya, Baazigar, Bombay to Goa, and Aamdani Atthanni Kharcha Rupaiya. He had additionally taken part in Bigg Boss 3. He was the Chairman of the Film Development Council in Uttar Pradesh.