Sonu Sood is doing relentless work in helping scores of people amid the coronavirus pandemic. The actor has been aiding those in need of medical assistance and other essential services. Known for his magnanimity, Sonu has also been at the forefront of helping people ever since the outbreak of coronavirus.
The actor featured on the latest Filmfare magazine cover and he is seen clad in a ‘Superman’ shirt. He paired the shirt with a dual-color plaid blazer and a dotted tie. With his black-framed glasses and well-groomed hair, Sonu sports a chic geeky nerd office look.
The actor recalled his ordeal of coming to Mumbai from Ludhiana in his initial days. He shared that he dreamt of appearing on Filmfare magazine 20 years ago. “Today after 20 years I’m on the cover and realized it is never too late to achieve your dreams,” he wrote.
The actor turned humanitarian, Sonu Sood arranged transport for stranded migrant workers to reach their hometowns earlier. He has been largely hailed for his noble works all through the pandemic. He was also announced as the brand ambassador of the Punjab government for its Covid vaccination program.
Sonu Sood also met Telangana’s Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister KTR a week ago and he was accompanied by filmmakers Vamshi Paidipally and Meher Ramesh. KTR praised Sonu Sood for his tireless work all through these months. KTR also assured him support in the long run, especially to continue his philanthropic activities.