Raju Srivastava DEATH: Twitter Mourns Sad Demise Of The Comedian; Fan Says 'Gone Too Soon'- Read Tweets

Twitter mourns the sad demise of comedian Raju Srivastava, who passed away today due to a sudden heart attack

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Raju Srivastava DEATH: Twitter Mourns Sad Demise Of The Comedian; Fan Says 'Gone Too Soon'- Read Tweets
Ace comedian Raju Srivastava’s sudden demise has left everyone heartbroken and numb. The actor breathed his last at AIIMS hospital, Delhi due to a sudden heart attack. Raju died at the age of 58 after 41 days of hospitalization due to chest pain. He was admitted to the hospital after he suddenly collapsed while running on a treadmill in a gym. Soon after the news of his sad demise broke out, heartfelt tributes started pouring in from fans and celebrities on social media.

#RajuSrivastava is trending on Twitter with netizens mourning the sad demise of the comedian. Many fans said it's the end of an era. Offering his condolences, one netizen tweeted, “Aayush Kumar @IndiAayush88 RIP #RajuSrivastava .. Legend in the field of Stand Up comedy.. My favorite of all time.. Om Shanti Gajodhar Bhaiya He passed away in AIIMS, Delhi.” Another said, “We all grew up watching his comedy shows . He was and he will be the ultimate comedy king . Legends never die RIP.” ALSO READ: BREAKING: Raju Srivastava PASSES AWAY At 58 Due To Heart Attack-Report

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Raju Srivastava's brother-in-law, Ashish Srivastava confirmed that the comedian died of a heart attack. He said, “Raju Srivastava had a heart attack while going to the gym. He was staying in Delhi to meet some of the big leaders of the state. He went to the gym in the morning and then went to another gym that day. During the same time, he got a heart attack. He has been admitted to AIIMS. But he is back under control. After 5 minutes, the doctors allowed the relatives to meet his grandfather. Only after meeting him, they will be able to give rest of the information.”

Raju was one of the most popular comedians in the industry. He rose to fame after he participated in the stand-up comedy show ‘The Great Indian Laughter Challenge’ in 2005. He is also known for his stints in shows like The Kapil Sharma Show, Shaktimaan, and in Hindi films such as Maine Pyaar Kiya, Tezaab, Baazigar, and more. He is survived by his wife, son, and daughter.