Sharing a video to his Instagram handle, Indian singer and music composer Kailash Kher urged his fans and others to pray for popular comedian Raju Srivastav’s speedy recovery and stop spreading the rumors he has been asking for.
The comedian (58) was hospitalized on Wednesday August 10 after suffering a heart attack, where he underwent angioplasty the same day. His condition is critical. The team of doctors is doing everything possible for the comedian. Along with this, the comedian’s fans constantly wish for his speedy recovery. The source told ‘PTI-Bhasha’, ‘Srivastava’s condition remains critical and he is on a ventilator. His condition did not improve. He did not regain consciousness after being admitted to hospital.
appeal not to spread rumors
In the video, Kailash Kher said, “Namaskar, I want to tell Kailash Kher India and the whole world that Raju Srivastava is our family friend and elder brother, calamity has befallen him. His health is not good, which is why he is still admitted to the hospital. In this difficult time, some people are spreading rumors about his health. He has passed away. Please don’t spread such fake news.
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He further said, please pray for his good health instead, for there is much power in prayer. We have organized Mahamrityunjaya Mantra by 21 saints at individual level. Earlier, Shekhar Suman and Sunil Pal inquired about the comedian’s health. He had said that Raju Srivastava’s condition was improving, he will be fine soon.
Raju Srivastava is a well-known face in the industry. He has been active in the entertainment world since the late 1980s. He gained recognition in 2005 after appearing on the first season of the comedy show “The Great Indian Laughter Challenge”. He acted in movies like ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’, ‘Baazigar’, ‘Bombay to Goa’ (remake) and ‘Aamdani Athani Kharsha Rupaiya’. He was one of the contestants in the third season of “Bigg Boss”. Srivastava is also Chairman of the Uttar Pradesh Film Development Council.
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FIRST POST: August 14, 2022, 3:08 p.m. HST