Raju Srivastava: The great comedian-actor passed away on wednesday.

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Raju Srivastava passed away on 21st september, 2022 of age 58.

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He was being treated in ICU at AIIMS Delhi since 41 days.

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Last month, while utilising the gym's treadmill, he suffered a heart attack.

He was actually born in Kanpur in 1963. Raju enjoyed to copy movie stars and greatly awaited his chance to play at school events. 

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Since that time, he had been kept alive by a machine and had also started to heal.

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When Raju was chosen for the comedy series Tea Time Manoranjan, which aired on Doordarshan, his television career officially got underway. 

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He later had an appearance in the 1990s television show "Shaktimaan." Dhurandhar Singh, one of the famous kids.

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Following the success of his act on the programme The Great Indian Laughter Challenge, Raju Srivastava's career took off.

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Raju had his own solo programme, "Raju Hazir Ho," on Imagine TV in 2008. He also was present in 2009's Bigg Boss 3.

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