Raju Srivastava’s condition has deteriorated yet again. Doctors have stated that his condition is critical and is not improving. In their response to the family, the doctors stated that his brain is dead and his heart is not functioning properly. After suffering a heart attack, Comedian was admitted to AIIMS. He suffered a heart attack while working out at the gym on August 12, prompting an MRI.
Raju Srivastav Identified through the Laughter Challenge
The comedian was whisked away to an emergency catheterization lab for angiography. He received cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) twice that day. Raju Srivastava, a stand-up comedian, rose to prominence in 2005 after appearing on the first season of ‘The Great Indian Laughter Challenge.’ Raju Srivastava’s health was updated earlier on Wednesday by actor Shekhar Suman. He stated that Raju’s health has improved. He is immobile but stable. They will need a week to recover. Everyone should pray.
Today's update on Raju's health is that he is stable.Still unconscious but stable.Will take a week to recover.Prayers for a quick recovery🙏har har mahadev.
— Shekhar Suman (@shekharsuman7) August 17, 2022
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath have all spoken with his family about their situation. He has promised to assist the family in any way they can.
Nephew urged people not to believe rumours.
Previously, His health had improved slightly. Raju is on a ventilator in the AIIMS ICU, according to his nephew Kushal Srivastava, He is “getting better.” There were also claims that he overexerted himself in the gym, which Kushal denied.
Raju’s nephew Kushal shared an update on his health, saying, ‘Raju ji’s condition is slowly improving.’ Doctors have also stated that he is responding positively. There is no mention of negative outcomes in their report, which is another encouraging sign. He asked the comedian’s fans not to bother the family, and he also asked his well-wishers not to send messages to the family.