Raju Srivastav, a comedian, passed away today. The late comedian passed away on Wednesday, which was startling news. According to ANI, Shrivastava was brought to AIIMS Delhi due to chest trouble. While exercising at the gym, he apparently passed out.
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About the incident
The comedian experienced a heart attack on August 10 and was then sent to Delhi’s AIIMS hospital. He had passed out while using the treadmill in a South Delhi gym. His trainer hurried him to the hospital, where he had angioplasty and CPR.
Famous works of Raju Srivastav:
Raju Srivastav, an accomplished comedian and actor, passed away at the age of 58. He is most popular for his roles in the Hindi films Maine Pyar Kiya, Baazigar, the Bombay to Goa adaptation, and Aamdani Atthani Kharcha Rupaiya. Raju Srivastav, a well-known figure in the entertainment business since the 1980s, Furthermore, he shot to prominence in 2005 after taking part in the debut season of the reality stand-up comedy series The Great Indian Laughter Challenge.
About Raju Srivastav
Raju Srivastav, also known as Gajodhar, was born on December 25, 1963, into a middle-class family in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. His father, Ramesh Chandra Srivastava, was a poet who was also referred to as Balai Kaka. He has been a skilled imitation since he was young and always knew he would work in comedy.
In Hindi movies, he first appeared in smaller roles. He also took part in Big Boss (Hindi season 3), where he spent more than two months in the house. He then took part in Comedy Ka Maha Muqabala. The comedian and his wife took part in Nach Baliye season 6 in 2013. Additionally, he made an appearance on Comedy Nights with Kapil.