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Raju Srivastava is still on a ventilator, slowly recovering 

Raju Srivastava is still kept on a ventilator, and it’s now been more than one month since the comedian was admitted to the hospital. His brother, Deepu, gave us this news today, stating that the comedian actor is recovering slowly. While they wish to continue his treatment at AIIMS, all his family members are taking good care of him. After he suffered from cardiac arrest, his family brought him to the hospital on August 10. He went through an angioplasty on the same day.

Raju’s brother, who is also a comedian, said, “My brother is slowly recovering, but still unconscious. He will be fine soon. His condition is stable and he is kept on a ventilator. It’s been 35 days now, but doctors say that they are doing whatever possible. We look for your prayers. “

On being asked if they had thought of transferring the comedian to another hospital for treatment, he said, “There are no such plans for now. His treatment will continue at AIIMS, and we will take him once he recovers. We trust the doctors here. “

Also Read: Whoa! Raju Srivastava gets an unwanted visitor inside the ICU for a selfie with him!

Since 1980, the comedian has been in the entertainment industry after he rose to popularity with the standup comedy show “The Great Indian Laughter Challenge” season 1. It aired on Star One in 2005.

Raju Srivastava has also worked in Hindi cinema as a supporting character. We have seen him in various Hindi movies like Baazigar, Maine Pyar Kiya, Aamdani Atthani Kharcha Rupaiya, and Journey; Bombay to Goa.

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Suryaprakash Singh


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