Raju Srivastav, a well-known stand-up comedian noted for her wit, died early Wednesday.
The 58-year-old comedian died after a heart attack on August 10. Since being placed on a ventilator, he was taken urgently to the hospital.
Early in the morning, I received a call notifying me that Dad had passed away. The news is frightening. His brother Dipoo Srivastava, who spoke with PTI, claimed that he had spent more than 40 days fighting for his life in the hospital.
Srivastava was widely recognised as one of India’s most famous comedians. Many more celebrities offered their condolences on his death.
Rakesh Roshan, a veteran filmmaker, wrote on Instagram, “Raju Srivastava Om Shanti RIP.”
According to comedian Rehman Khan, Raju Srivastava will never be replaced.
Mr. Rasul Bhai: Aap jaisa na koi tha na koi aayega, bahot yaad aaoge aap #RIP #rajusrivastava, he tweeted.
Our heartfelt condolences to the family and loved ones of Late Raju Srivastava ji, actress Nimrat Kaur tweeted. #RIPRajuSrivastava God bless his journey towards the light.
Raju Srivastava rose to prominence after appearing in the reality comedy show The Great Indian Laughter Show in 2005. Furthermore, the actor joined the BJP in 2014 and has acted in a number of immensely popular Bollywood films, including Maine Pyar Kiya and Baazigar.