Sonu Sood is famous for portraying negative characters in Bollywood films. However, in real life, he has the personality of a real hero. Every time, whenever someone needs help, Sonu Sood comes forward to help people. This is why people on Twitter consider him a ‘messiah’.
In the Coronavirus epidemic, when other celebrities are contributing to the huge donation, Sonu Sood personally took up the matter.
He managed to send migrant workers who were stranded in Mumbai. As we told you, this is not the first time Sonu Sood has done such mercy and heroic deeds.
Take a look at the list we have made to celebrate Sonu Sood’s valor with his kindness.
1. Sonu launches B Ghar Baho campaign
Sonu Sood started the Home Banquet Campaign with the help of his restless friend Neeti Goyal. He started the campaign on 11 May and helped the migrants reach their home.
In an interview, he said, “The hardest thing was to get permission from home states. We had to ensure that the migrants had the necessary documents so that they were stranded at some border for lack of permissions. “
2. Sonu Sood launches helpline number for homebound migrants
In this coronavirus pandemic, Sonu Sood tweeted a helpline number – 18001213711, with a message asking migrant workers to contact them and share location details so that their team could help them. He also told PTI about starting a helpline number.
“I was getting a lot of calls… thousands of calls every day. My family and friends were busy collecting data, then we realized that we could miss many people whom we would not be able to contact. So we decided to open this call center, it is a toll-free number. “He said,” We have a dedicated team working on it, trying to reach the maximum number of people and contact every person. We do not know how many people we will be able to help but we will try. ”
3. Sonu Sood helped the migrants personally
Before he launched a helpline number, he was getting lots of tweets from people who were seeking his help.
The actors were also helping whatever they could. Because of his gesture, people started calling him the Messiah. You can see some tweets or new memes on Sonu Sood better.
4. Sonu Sood offered his Juhu hotel for health workers
He offered his hotel for health workers including nurses, doctors and paramedical staff. He said, “It is my honor that we can do our work for the doctors, nurses and paramedical staff of our country, who are working day and night to save the lives of millions of people in the country.”
I am really happy to open my hotel doors to these real-time heroes. ”
5. Sonu Sood also donated over 1,500 PPE kits to doctors across Punjab
When the coronavirus epidemic began, there was a shortage of medical kits worldwide. While some actors have donated big bucks.
Actors like Hrithik Roshan and Sonu Sood helped the country by giving PPE kits to doctors.
6. Sonu Sood Launches Skin Donation Campaign
He started the Skin Donation Campaign for Acid Attack Survivors with an NGO run by Kulsoom Shadab in Bangalore called Hothur Foundation.
Sonu said, “The Skin Donation Campaign, organized by the Hothur Foundation, aims to raise awareness and support for acid attack survivors who are in dire need of skin to live a regular independent life.”
7. Helped the martyrs of Pulwama terror attack
Sonu Sood decided to contribute to martyr child education. “Sonu will sponsor the education of the five-year-old son of late army jawan Jaimal Singh based in his hometown Moga (Punjab),” a source said.
8. Sonu Sood working for drug-free Punjab
In 2018, there were headlines that he had met drug addicts to make them aware of the dangerous effects of drugs.
Sonu said, “The anti-drug campaign is a mission to make Punjab a drug-free state. After Punjab, we will promote travel in various states.
9. He built the cricket academy for weak children
Another initiative that made headlines was when Sonu Sood built a cricket academy for underprivileged children in Punjab and Mumbai.
10. Sonu gifts bicycles to his gym members
In 2015, he gifted bicycles to members of his gym in his hometown. Speaking to the media, he said, “The people to whom I have given a bicycle are also poor and come from far-flung villages. By cycling, they burn their calories while doing their work. ”