Recall the climax of Anand? Big B actually did that for Raju Srivastav.

Late comedian Raju Srivastav, 58, breathed his last breath on Wednesday . Bachchan wrote in his journal that he was asked to send a voice note to wake up the late comedian .

New Delhi (India), September 23: Anand, a famous 1971 film about a terminally ill man, played by Rajesh Khanna, who wanted to live life to the fullest.As he dies on his deathbed, his doctor, played by Amitabh Bachchan, encourages him to wake up to life.And now, almost five decades later, Bachchan made that reel moment come true for late comedian Raju Srivastav.As Srivastav was a huge Bachchan fan and copied him, the megastar wrote in his journal that he was asked to send a voice note to wake up the late comedian while he was being treated at the AIIMS.

A colleague friend and writer leaves us.. a sudden illness that has passed before time.. before his creative time completion.. each day in the morning with him in spirit and support from near ones..they were given a voice to awaken his condition.. they played it for him in his ears.. On one occasion, he smiled from the Heavens and will be the cause for the gods, writes Bachchan.On Wednesday, Srivastav, 58, breathed his last breath.Since being admitted to the All Indian Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on August 10, he had been on life support.In an interview, Srivastav said, I became a fan of mimicry and comedy when I saw Amitabh Bachchans Deewar.

I dotted his hairstyle and started copying him.Big B.Srivastav is survived by his wife and two children, who used to refer to me.