The popular comedian in the Bollywood Entertainment Industry, Raju Shrivastava passed away on Wednesday, 21 September 2022 at the age of 58. He was having treatment in the top Medical Hospital in Delhi i.e. AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences). He was admitted to the hospital last month when he suffered from a cardiac arrest during the trade mill session in the gym. He was on the ventilator since August 10 and took his last breath today morning.
His Medical History:-
Doctors proclaimed after examining Raju Shrivastava, that he has no history of such heart problems in the past. Also, he had shown some signs of improvement during the initial days. But for the last few days, there was no improvement in his health condition even after the angioplasty procedure.
A few days ago, it was admitted that our PM Mr. Narendra Modi have a checked on Raju’s health via his wife and wished for his speedy recovery. Also, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and our Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also called his family, wishing him a speedy recovery.
From the time the news of his sad demise flashed, his family and all his friends and colleagues in the Bollywood Industry are in great shock. All of them have shown their sole condolences to the family. Everyone is in shock after this sad news of his demise.
Raju Srivastava’s Angioplasty Procedure:-
On August 10, Raju has undergone balloon angioplasty and percutaneous transluminal angioplasty. This procedure is used to widen the blocked or narrowed down arteries and veins which happen due to arterial atherosclerosis.
This is done to break all the fat deposition in the blood vessel and is recommended or persons who have a risk of heart functions.
Condolences for the Late Actor:-
Kapil Sharma pays tribute to Raju Srivastava and says ‘For the first time you have made us cry Raju Bhai’.
Actor Shekhar Suman tweeted by remembering Raju Srivastava, “He was the funniest man alive. We will miss him forever. I have the privilege and honor of judging him on many shows. Long live Raju.”
Aamir Khan also tweeted “You will live on forever in our memories, #RajuSrivastava Ji. Thank you for spreading so much joy and laughter in this world. May you rest in peace and may God give strength to your loved ones.”
Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, who was one of the contestants in the stand-up comedy show “The Great Indian Laughter Challenge” in 2005 along with Srivastava, also tweeted “#RajuSrivastav ji made us laugh a lot in his life but today it is very sad to hear this news. Worked a lot with him and got to learn a lot. Raju Ji may not be with us physically but his performance will always be alive in our hearts. We’ll miss you “Gajodhar Bhaiya”
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