On Wednesday morning (September 21), the king of humour Raju Srivastava lost the struggle for life.

He passed away in the AIIMS in Delhi after 41 days of struggling till the very end.

On August 10, 59-year-old Raju Srivastava was brought to the AIIMS in Delhi after passing out during a gym workout.

Raju Srivastava, a citizen of Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, is the owner of enormously valuable property.

Despite being born into a middle-class household, he struggled for a long time to create his own identity.

Raju Srivastava's net worth is said to be between 15 and 20 crores on numerous sources.

He lived the most of his life in Kanpur, where he was born. He moved to Mumbai once he rose to fame.

He owns a home in Mumbai in addition to his one in Kanpur. The residence of Raju Srivastava is rumoured to be in Delhi's affluent district.

Raju Srivastava was fond of expensive cars. Among the pricey cars in his collection are the Innova, BMW 3, Mercedes, and Audi Q7.

Gajodhar Bhaiya reportedly used to charge between Rs 4 and 5 lakh for a theatrical performance.

In addition to this, he made a lot of money from advertising, hosting, and movies.

His monthly income varied between 7 and 8 lakh rupees. The Great Indian Laughter Challenge helped him gain genuine notoriety.