Comedian Ace Raju Srivastava breathed his end on Wednesday, September 21 after fighting for his life for 43 days. He was handed over to AIIMS, the place where he was admitted to hospital on August 9 and was put on a ventilator after suffering cardiac arrest while at the health club in South Delhi. With the entire nation mourning his loss, Amitabh Bachchan revealed that Raju opened his eyes slightly while in a coma when his voice was recorded in his ears.
In response to early reviews, big post “B” is an audio word for the Raju family and was performed to bring the comedy back from the coma. “It's enough Raju. Raju got up, and waited as he commanded us all to laugh, “The message was the big star.
Big B was deeply saddened by Raju's early death. He expressed his emotions, saying, “Another colleague, good friend, and art artist is leaving us.” . A sudden illness and (he) went away earlier than time, earlier than the time of his creativity. Every day in the morning, with him in spirit and data from those close to him.”
Mentioned in relation to the audio recording, Amitabh Bachchan wrote in his blog, “They have suggested sending a voice to awaken his position. I did it and they did it for him in his case in his ears. At one point he opened his eyes a little and then went away. His sense of timing and early slang humor will remain with us. She was distinctive, candid, candid, and full of humour. He is smiling from heaven now and it will be a reason to have fun with God.
Raju Srivastava was cremated at Nigambodh Ghat in New Delhi on September 22. His son Ayushman performed the final rituals as per Hindu ritual. The funeral was attended by veteran humorist Surendra Sharma, Ashok Chakradar, and director Madhur Bhandarkar, and fellow comedians and buddies like Sunil Pal and Ehsan Qureshi.The late comedian is survived by his wife, Sheikha, and their children, Antara and Ayushman. Hollywood, South, TV and Internet-Sequence. Click to install us on Facebook and Twitter , YouTube and Instagram.
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