Raju Srivastava passed away in Delhi on Wednesday. He started his job by appearing in bit parts in a number of films, including Maine Pyar Kiya, Baazigar, Bombay to Goa and Aamdani Atthanni Kharcha Rupaiya.

Actor-comedian Raju Srivastava died on Wednesday at the age of 58 in Delhi, his household confirmed to Indian Express. Raju’s sibling Dipoo stated, “He passed away on Wednesday early morning. His little girl Antara informed me right now. I’m in Mumbai, leaving for Delhi.” Hospital sources said the comedian passed away at 10:30 am. Delhi primary preacher Arvind Kejriwal, lyricist Manoj Muntashir and actor Nimrat Kaur, to name a few, commemorated Raju.

Raju had experienced a heart attack while working out at a gym in the city last month. He was admitted to AIIMS where he undertook angioplasty. He was claimed to be important and also on ventilator for over a month. While he showed minor improvement, Raju’s wellness took a turn for worse previously today.

Srivastava’s cousin Ashok Srivastava had actually previously verified that he had suffered a cardiac arrest while working out. “He was doing his regular workout as well as while he got on the treadmill, he all of a sudden fell down. He experienced a cardiovascular disease and was immediately taken to the AIIMS hospital,” Ashok had told PTI.

Raju Srivastava started his occupation by showing up in small roles in a number of films, consisting of Maine Pyar Kiya, Baazigar, Bombay to Goa as well as Aamdani Atthanni Kharcha Rupaiya. He became a home name after joining the comedy program The Great Indian Laughter Challenge. He later on additionally went into the 3rd season of Bigg Boss.

He was the existing chairman of the Film Growth Council Uttar Pradesh.

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Last Updated: 21 September 2022