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Raju Srivastava's old video joking about Yama, the God of Death, goes near viral | WATCH

In the comedy video clip, the actor can be seen making fun of the death. He says that do such a thing in life, that even Yamraj comes, he will ask you to take him, brother, you sit on the buffalo.
03:19 PM Sep 21, 2022 IST | APN Live
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Noted comedian Raju Srivastava passed away today at the age of 58. He was admitted to Delhi’s All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) after a cardiac arrest on August 10. His fans and followers are sending heartfelt condolences to the comedian’s family.


Following his death, Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid condolences to his family. He took to Twitter and paid a heartfelt tribute to the deceased comedian. In a tweet, PM Modi wrote that Raju Srivastava brightened lives with his laughter, humour, and positivity. The comedian left the world too soon but he will continue to live in the hearts of countless people, the tweet further read.

PM Modi also thanked the comedian for his rich work over the years and paid condolences to his family and admirers.


Soon after Raju Srivastava’s death, multiple pictures and videos of him are doing rounds on the internet. Amid this, fans have dug out one of his old videos wherein he could be seen joking about Yama, the God of Death. In the now-viral video, he asked his fans to be wise in life and do good deeds to get respect even after death.

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The untimely demise of Raju Srivastava has undoubtedly sent a shock wave to all his fans. From fans to prominent leaders to celebrities, social media is swamped with condolences for the comedian.

Politician and former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir tweeted that the comedian will be remembered for enthralling the audience with his unique style of observation and clean comedy.

Actor-politician Ravi Kishan shared a heartwarming video and shared how they both started their journey as artists and bought their first houses in Bombay together.

Cricketer Suresh Raina also paid condolences and wrote that the comedian made the entire nation smile and it is extremely sad to hear about the demise of the legend of stand-up comedy.

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