Raju Shrivastava faced a fatal second cardiac arrest on the date 21st of September, in the Delhi AIIMS. After getting hospitalized for around 40 days, he finally took his last breath a day ago. While the nation was busy morning the loss of the famous comedian, stand-up comedian Rohan Joshi made an ‘Inhuman’ remark towards the Late Raju Shrivastava.
Another famous comedian Atul Khatri made a post on Raju’s death with a picture of him he wrote, ‘RIP Rajubhai. You were such an inspiration to so many. Every time you went on stage you lit it up. Your presence people just made automatically smile on their faces. You will be truly missed. A big loss for the Indian Stand-up Comedy scene.‘
Rohan Joshi: F*ck him and good riddance, for Raju Shrivastava
Under the post of Atul Khatri, which was about Raju, Rohan Joshi commented, ‘We haven’t lost a thing. Whether it was Karma whether it was the roast or any comic in the news. Raju Srivastav took every opportunity he ever got to sh*t on newer comics, especially after the new wave of stand-up started. He went on every f*ckall news channel every time he was there to go sh*t on an upcoming art form and call it offensive just because he couldn’t understand it and new stars were rising. He might have told a few good jokes but he understood nothing about the spirit of comedy or defending someone’s right to say something even if you don’t agree. F*ck him and good riddance.’
Netizens are very disappointed by Rohan, as of his comment is deleted now. Among the people who are disciplining him is Bollywood actor Sikandar Kher. Who wrote on his Instagram with a screenshot of Rohan’s comment. ‘There are always people that won’t be the perfect way we think they should be. But, it’s life, and we are humans, and humanity should deal with it for our own health and happiness (opinion). After reading this about someone who’s passed away too soon, I am just sad to see that a young guy who may be funny or witty, probably lacks a huge dose of humanity. #unfortunate #disheartening and very very very #uncool. it took a lot for me to be this polite.’