In this hard time of the pandemic, Sonu Sood has proven himself as a messiah of the people and we couldn’t agree more. The actor is working day and night for the people in need. At least 500 people visit Sonu’s residence for his one glimpse.
Doesn’t this kind of admiration by so many people scare Sonu Sood? “It doesn’t scare me,” he replies quietly. “I love the space God has granted me. And I try to make sure I use that space for the betterment of the needy. I know people need me, want me to help. So I always do my best. God is always guiding me,” says actor Sonu Sood.
There is this viral video of a distressed young woman pleading for Sonu’s help. “The girl you saw crying in the video that was viral on June 4. I found her a place to stay and she is now into baking cakes. After her medical tests are done she will get a home and a job. My job is done.”
Sonu is unable to describe the feeling when he is able to provide succor to the needy. “It’s like being told by God that my life is worth something. Your only function on this earth is to make this world a better place. I think I’m contributing to that. I am blessed.”
On the work front, Sonu Sood was last seen in Simbba. The film also starred Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan and was directed by Rohit Shetty.