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Raju Srivastava’s fever reached 100 degrees before he was placed back on a ventilator.

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The nation’s favourite comic, Raju Srivastava, underwent heart arrest on August 10 and was subsequently admitted to the AIIMS hospital in Delhi. In a South Delhi gym, Raju passed out while running on the treadmill. His trainer took him to the hospital, where he received CPR before having an angioplasty. Friends and relatives of Raju frequently update his supporters on his health. They have urged everyone to only accept their official announcements and to disregard any fake news. Raju was recently taken off the ventilator because his health was getting better after being supported by one.


Raju Srivastava was taken off a ventilator on Tuesday, according to a News18 report. He began moving his hands and legs slightly earlier last week, which led to the removal of the ventilator support. According to recent reports, Raju has once more returned to ventilator support. Raju had to be placed back on a ventilator because of a fever of about 100 degrees. Everyone at the AIIMS hospital is keeping a careful eye on him.

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Ahsaan Qureshi, a comedian and friend of Raju Srivastava, stated a few days ago, “Medicine has given up. Only a miracle can save him now, despite their assurances to the family that they would do everything in their power to save him. The reports of his death are incorrect; according to the physicians, he only has a dead brain. His health is in grave danger. Recently, my buddies and I chanted the Hanuman Chalisa while in prayer. I ask everyone to pray for a miracle while he is now at Delhi AIIMS.” Since being admitted, Raju’s condition hasn’t significantly improved, but his supporters haven’t stopped hoping for a quick recovery for the nation’s favorite comic.

About Raju Srivastava
After taking part in the inaugural season of the stand-up comedy programme “The Great Indian Laughter Challenge” in 2005, Raju Srivastava, who has been involved in the entertainment sector since the late 1980s, gained prominence. In Hindi movies like Maine Pyar Kiya, Baazigar, the remade version of Bombay to Goa, and Aamdani Atthani Kharcha Rupaiya, Raju has appeared. Additionally, he oversees the Uttar Pradesh Film Development Council as its chairman.

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