comedian Raju Srivastava He passed away on Wednesday and left a void in the entertainment industry. While fans and celebrities continue to mourn his loss, comedian Rohan Joshi’s comment on his death did not sit well with many. It happened after Rohan responded to Atul Khatri’s post regarding Raju Srivastava’s death. Read also: Raju Srivastava died of his second cardiac arrest
Atul posted a picture of Raju on his Instagram and wrote, “RIP Rajubhai. You have been an inspiration to so many. Whenever you go up on stage you light him up. Your presence was like that when people just saw you, there was a spontaneous smile on their faces. You will really be missed. A big loss for the comedy scene Indian”.
to this, Rohan Joshi He responded with a caption: “Nothing is lost. Whether it’s karma whether it’s barbecue or whatever is in the news. Raju Srivastava took every chance he got from the new comics, especially after the new wave of standing started. He went to every fkall news channel every time He was invited to go into an upcoming art form and called it offensive just because he couldn’t understand it and new stars were rising in. He might have said some good jokes but he didn’t understand anything about the spirit of comedy or defending someone’s right to say something even if you didn’t agree. ^k his and his goodness”.
Soon after he posted the comment, some social media users criticized him for calling Raju’s demise “karma”. While the comment is no longer visible, Rohan later clarified that he removed it after the backlash. “Yehi soch kar deleted kiya kyuki after a minute of anger I realized today is not about my personal feelings. Sorry if that hurts and thanks for the point of view,” relayed DNA.
Meanwhile, Rohan’s comment “Doomed” also infuriated the actor Iskandar Khair. He shared on his Instagram Stories, “There are always people who will not be the perfect way we think they should be. But, this is life and we as humans and humanity must deal with it for our health and happiness (in my opinion). But, after reading this about someone who died in So early on, I feel sad seeing that a young man who might have been funny and smart, probably lacks a huge dose of humanity. Note: It took me a lot to be polite.”
Raju Srivastava passed away after more than 40 days of hospitalization at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi. According to Kushal Srivastava, Raju’s nephew, he died of a second cardiac arrest. He was hospitalized after suffering a heart attack in a Delhi hotel on August 10.
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