Actor Sonu Sood has literally arrested our attention with his noble deeds during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The actor has been working 24/7 in helping the stranded migrant workers reach their hometown amidst of the lockdown from Mumbai to different parts of the country, mostly North India. Thus, his social networking account has been flooded with praises for doing his bit in this crisis. Taking to his Twitter account he shared a post which made him as well as his fans get all nostalgic and somewhat gave a glimpse to his early days.
The actor is his Tweet shared an image of his old railway pass when he used to travel in Mumbai local trains. One of the Twitter users who tweeted, this pic wrote, “The one who has really struggled, understands the suffering of other people Sonu Sood Used to travel with the local pass of 420” The picture has Sonu’s journey details which is from Borivali to Churchgate back in 1998 when he was 24 years old. Back then train journey cost him Rs. 420 for a seasonal pass.
He captioned this image as, “Life is a full circle”
Amidst the lockdown, the actor is helping migrant worker safely reach their hometown, with the help of a team who is helping him achieve his goal. Meanwhile, he has also launched a toll-free number for the ones who in need of help. ALSO READ: Get An Inside Tour To Actor Sonu Sood's Luxurious Abode In Andheri
The actor has been praised by his industry colleagues for going out of his way and helping the ones in need during this time of crisis. ALSO READ: Sonu Sood Now Airlifts 177 Girls Stuck In Kerela After Helping Many Migrant Workers Reach Home Safely
Image Source: Instagram/sonu_sood/Twitter/ArvindP67820085
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