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Bollywood Celebs Mourn Raju Srivastava’s Death, See Emotional Tweets

Celebs like Jaaved Jaaferi, Divya Dutta, Sonu Sood and Mika Singh are mourning the demise of comedian Raju Srivastava.

Raju Srivastava Death: The nation is mourning Raju Srivastava’s death today. The popular Indian comedian was admitted to AIIMS Delhi for the last 41 days. However, he lost the battle of life today and took his last breath at 10:15 this morning. Raju Srivastava was a popular name in the Bollywood and Television industry. He started his career as a side actor in Hindi films. He got his first role in Anil Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit starrer 1988 film “Tezaab.” Over the years, he featured in several movies before emerging as the “King Of Comedy” with his participation in comedy reality shows.

Celebs from the entertainment industry are mourning his demise.

Jaaved Jaaferi wrote on Twitter, “The funniest guy in the business has saddened innumerable hearts today. Knew him from his very humble beginnings in show biz. You will be always remembered with a smile. RIP @iRajuSrivastava. Condolences to family and friends.”

Mika Singh tweeted, “The great comedian, the most humble and respected @iRajuSrivastava bhai has sadly left us with his memories. May God bless his soul, rest in eternal peace. Om Shanti.”

Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar wrote, “Saddened to hear the tragic news of Raju Srivastav’s untimely demise. He made us all laugh with his amazing comic timing for so many years we have lost a gem. My deepest condolences to his family members & admirers.”

Actress Divya Dutta tweeted, “Heartbreaking to hear about the sad demise of #rajusrivastava .my first film had him in an integral part. Thankyou for all the smiles. laughs and warmth. RIP.may God give your family strength.”

Actor Sonu Sood paid his tribute as he wrote, “RIP Raju Bhai.”

Comedian Raju Srivastava is survived by his wife and two kids.

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