On September 21, well-known Indian comedian Raju Srivastava passed away. The comedian passed away on Wednesday at the age of 58. Over a month ago, after collapsing during a gym workout, he was brought to AIIMS.
Ashok Srivastava, a relative of Srivastava, recently talked with PTI and verified that the comic had experienced a heart attack while exercising. He was exercising as usual when he unexpectedly collapsed while standing on the treadmill. He had a heart attack and was rushed right away to the AIIMS hospital, according to Ashok, who spoke to PTI.
According to the latest ANI reports, the comedian’s personal secretary, Garvin Narang, said that Raju Srivastava was improving and on the mend. “After 15 days, Raju Srivastava regained consciousness today. At AIIMS Delhi, doctors are keeping an eye on him. His health is getting better, he claimed in the statement.
Earlier reports stated that the comedian suffered brain damage and had been placed on a ventilator. On August 10, Raju Srivastava passed out while working out in the gym. When the actor complained of chest trouble, his trainer promptly got the actor hospitalised at Delhi’s AIIMS hospital. According to reports, the comedian received CPR twice in order to restore his heartbeat. At first, it seemed like his condition was getting better, but soon after that, rumours started to spread that his health was getting worse.
With the help of The Great Indian Laughter Challenge, Raju Srivastava gained notoriety. He had smaller roles in a number of movies, including Maine Pyar Kiya, Baazigar, Bombay to Goa, and Aamdani Atthanni Kharcha Rupaiya, despite the fact that his stand-up humour was well-liked. Additionally, he has taken part in Bigg Boss 3. He presided over the Uttar Pradesh Film Development Council.