RIP Parag Kansara: After Raju Srivastava, another Great Indian Laughter Challenge comedian dies due to cardiac arrest
After the death of comedian Raju Srivastav, another The Great Indian Laughter Challenge comedian died due to heart attack. Comedian Parag Kansara, who was seen as a contestant in the first season of the popular reality comedy show passed away on Wednesday. His friend and famous comedian Sunil Pal gave this information via his Instagram handle.
Sunil Pal expressed grief over the demise of comedian Parag Kansara. Pal became emotional while sharing the video on Instagram and said that another shocking news has come forth them, as Parag Kansara ji, their partner of Laughter Challenge from the world of comedy, is no more. Sunil Pal said that Late comedian used to make them laugh by telling them to think the reverse of everything.
‘Now Parag Bhaiya is no more in this world. Don’t know who has caught our eye in the world of comedy. We had lost Raju Bhai only a few days back. We are losing our comedy pillars one after the other,’ Sunil Pal said in his Instagram Video.
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Parag Kansara was living in Vadodara, Gujarat. He got recognition from Sony Entertainment’s comedy show The Great Indian Laughter Challenge where he appeared as a contestant. He was seen in the first season of this show. Even though Parag did not become the winner in the show, people liked his comedy very much.
Apart from The Great Indian Laughter Challenge, Parag also appeared in shows like Comedy Ka King Kaun. However, Parag was not seen in any show for many years. Apart from this, Parag had to go to jail in the year 2011 for breaking traffic rules too.
Just few days back, India’s most noted comedians, Raju Srivastava had died at the age of 58. After staying on life support for more than a month, the King of Comedy took his last at AIIMS Delhi hospital on September 20, 2022.
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