Raju Srivastav Dies Due To Heart Attack

Raju Srivastav Death: Raju Srivastava died, breath his last in Delhi hospital. Treatment was going on for 40 days. Raju was admitted to the hospital on August 10 after he suffered a heart attack.

Famous comedian and actor Raju Srivastava passed away. Raju was declared brain dead a few days back. 58-year-old Raju Srivastava was admitted to AIIMS Hospital in Delhi after suffering a heart attack. Raju Srivastav was admitted to the hospital on August 10, where he was undergoing treatment. This was post working out in the gym at a hotel when he suddenly fell on the treadmill. But, the news of his death surfaced on 21 September.

Raju Srivastava was brain dead for a month

Raju Srivastava, who has been recognized for his comic timing in many famous Hindi films and TV shows, is one of the most popular comedians of the country. On August 10, Raju was staying in a hotel and working out in the gym where he suffered a heart attack. It is being said that then Raju was running on the treadmill and during this time he felt chest pain and he fell down immediately. After which Raju was immediately taken to the hospital. Raju Srivastava's angiography was also done after the heart attack, in which it was found that a large part of his heart was 100 percent blocked.

Raju Srivastav was admitted to AIIMS hospital 

Raju Srivastav  was kept on life support in AIIMS. Raju regained consciousness after being on ventilation for about 15 days. But on September 1, he developed a fever of more than 100 degrees. After which he was again put on ventilator support.

Rumors about Raju Srivastava

After the ongoing treatment in AIIMS, there was also an improvement in his condition in the middle. But yesterday i.e. on 18th August, news started spreading that Raju's brain had stopped working. Due to this, everyone started speculating that he is brain dead. There was an outcry on social media regarding this matter. Finally, the news has broke out about his demise after battling with life today. 

There is a wave of mourning among his fans and friends due to the news of the death of Raju Srivastava on 21 September.

Fitness-conscious Raju Srivastava

Everyone's beloved comedian Raju Srivastav was admitted to the ICU of AIIMS Delhi due to a heart attack in the past. On Wednesday, August 10, he suffered a heart attack during a workout at the gym. Fitness-conscious Raju Srivastava is 58 years old and has also been fit. In such a situation, this incident during the exercise has given a big blow to everyone. Since then we have seen many ups and downs in his condition.

Reason for Raju Srivastava death 

It has been noted that the main reason for Raju Srivastava’s death is workout at the gym while running on treadmill. Working out in the gym without knowing one’s limitations will lead to cardiovascular problems. We need to be extremely careful about our heart and ensure healthy heart habits. It is important to go for a regular routine check up for all the parameters of heart such as blood pressure, cholesterol and sugar levels to maintain a healthy heart. 

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