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RIP Raju Srivastava: Friend Sunil Pal still hoping for a miracle! Shekhar Suman was afraid of this for 1 month


Raju Srivastava On the death of (Raju Srivastava Death), his friend Sunil Pal and actor Shekhar Suman, who judged him, have expressed grief. Sunil has given a condolence message by releasing a video. While Shekhar has shared the memories of judging Raju by tweeting. Sunil said in the video released, “Dear Raju Bhai, got to know about this sad news today. Very sad news. I wish today doesn’t come. The war you were fighting for 40 days, we were praying everyday that some miracle would happen.

Sunil Pal further said, “But for the world of comedy, for the fans of comedy, the news that you have come, never even dreamed that we would get to see and hear. Very sad day for today. For our family and everyone. How to believe? Have always seen you laughing, playing, singing.”

Sunil Pal further said, “After hearing the news about you, it seemed that I wish it was a rumour. Still it seems that nature is doing some miracle. Sunil is deeply saddened by the demise of Raju Srivastava. At the same time, Shekhar Suman, who has judged Raju in many shows, also expressed grief over his death and shared his experience of judging him.

Shekhar was harassing Suman

Shekhar wrote in the first tweet, “What I was afraid of for the last one month has happened. Raju Srivastava has left all of us for our heavenly abode. I am saddened to hear the news. May God grant them eternal peace. Oh peace.”

Shekhar Suman

Shekhar Suman paid tribute to Raju Srivastava.

Shekhar shares his experience of judging

Shekhar Suman wrote in his next tweet, “Raju was the funniest guy. We all will always remember him. I had the privilege and honor of judging him on several shows, including “The Great Indian Laughter Challenge” which took him to unimaginable heights. He was unique and beyond imagination. Long live Raju ji!”

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