RIP Raju Srivastava: Times of Bollywood are not going well after Corona. One by one, Lata Mangeshkar, Bapi Lahiri, Sushant Singh, and others have left their fans without saying goodbye. Now Raju Srivastava has joined that list. This King of Laughter traveled to the afterlife leaving numerous fans across the country in tears.
Finally, 41 days of unequal struggle of people have ended. Comedian Raju Srivastava left the illusion of this world. He was 58 years old at the time of death. He died this morning at Delhi’s AIIMS hospital. His family confirmed this news. The famous stand-up comedian was running on a treadmill at the gym last month when he felt a pain across his chest and fell on the treadmill. He was immediately admitted to AIIMS in Delhi from there.
Since his admission in AIIMS, his condition has never been very good. After being brought to the hospital, he was given CPR twice. Angioplasty is also done later. He was then transferred to a ventilator. He was on ventilator till his death. His death is an irreparable loss to Bollywood. He has worked in many movies in his long career. Among them, his work in the movies Maine Pyaar Kiya, Baazigar, Bombay To Goa remake, Import Atthani Kharcha Rupaiya is highly appreciated.
His real name is Satya Prakash Srivastava, but he is professionally known as Raju Srivastava. He finished as the second runner-up in the talent show The Great Indian Laughter Challenge. He later participated in the spin-off, The Great Indian Laughter Challenge, where he won the title “The Great Indian Laughter Challenge”. Raju Srivastava also participated in season 3 of Bigg Boss. He has been associated with the entertainment industry since 1980. He was the Chairman of Uttar Pradesh Film Development Council till his death.