In the last one year, we saw parents naming their newborn and streets being named after actor Sonu Sood, as he is working round the clock helping people battling COVID-19. Today, he reacted to a news piece that reported about a mutton shop named after him. Unlike the usual times, where he pays his gratitude towards people, he had a rather funny reply. In his reply, he revealed being a vegetarian and hence he suggested if he could help the shop owner to open something serving vegetarian.
Sharing the news video, giving a glimpse of this mutton, he replied in his Tweet, “I am a vegetarian.. N mutton shop on my name? Can I help him open something vegetarian” In the video, we can see a huge poster of Sonu Sood outside the butcher shop. The actor’s fans spoke about the gratitude the shop owner has for the actor’s kind deeds towards the needy. In the recent past, some of the people also poured milk on a huge poster of the actor, thanking him for his efforts for the people affected by the deadly Coronavirus.
Here is Sonu Sood’s reaction to the news piece below-
I am a vegetarian..— sonu sood (@SonuSood) May 30, 2021
N mutton shop on my name?🙈
Can I help him open something vegetarian 😄 https://t.co/jYO40xAgRd
One of the fans clarified that the shop is not named after the actor, but the owner is selling meat for Rs. 650 instead of Rs. 700 and has been donating Rs. 50 to the actor’s foundation working for helping people affected due to this pandemic. "Bhai, the vendor of the Shop is selling mutton at 650rs per kg where the price is around 700 per kg, and he has decided to transfer the 50rs per every kg to your foundation, to tell you that we are all with you and support you.. good decision kannaya #Telangana #Karimnagar," tweeted his fan. ALSO READ: Sonu Sood Invites Fans To Spend A Day To Understand How He Functions; Says Even His Milkman Cannot Handle The Pressure-WATCH
During the first wave of COVID-19 in 2020, Sonu helped migrant workers reach their homes stuck due to lockdown, during the second wave, the actor has arranged for medical facilities, oxygen cylinders and generators and hospital beds for patients battling COVID-19 pandemic. ALSO READ: Sonu Sood To Work For COVID-19 Orphans, 'I'm In Touch With Families Whose Children Have Lost Parents'
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