We are falling short of words to compliment, praise and hail Sonu Sood for the generous person that he is. The Bollywood actor, who has been portrayed as a villain on the big screen for n number of times, is no less than a superhero in real life. Well, he has successfully sent tens of thousands of migrant workers back to their houses amid the Coronavirus pandemic, which has resulted in a countrywide lockdown from the past few months. Sonu is being lauded for his heroics across and hundreds of people in need are reaching out to the actor for help. He isn't disappointing any of them!
The Dabangg star is also super-active on his Twitter account these days so that, the actor can help as many people as he can. We just happened to take a stroll down his account and his response to a netizen who asked everyone to call him ‘Sonu Sood Sir’ has won our hearts, yet again. Sonu straightaway rejected such request and said that he would rather want everyone to call him ‘Oye Sonu’ because the term sir brings an end to relationships.
To a tweet that read, “Correct @SonuSood should be addressed as Sir Sonu Sood from now on!” the actor replied, “Sir” कहने से रिश्ता दूर होता है। मुझे . “ओय सोनू “ चलेगा। (Saying "Sir" ends the relationship. For me, "Oye Sonu" will work.” Amazing, isn’t he?
Check out the tweet below:
“Sir” कहने से रिश्ता दूर होता है। मुझे . “ओय सोनू “ चलेगा। https://t.co/mQivRaLZqW— sonu sood (@SonuSood) May 30, 2020
The actor, meanwhile, recently met the Maharashtra Governor to discuss his efforts. An impressed Governor had then tweeted, “Film star Sonu Sood met Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari at Raj Bhavan. He briefed Governor about his work to help migrant people to reach their home states and to provide them with food. The Governor applauded Sonu Sood for his work and assured him fullest support in his endeavours.”
Also, as you read this, Sonu Sood might have successfully sent a bus full of his next friends to their respective homes. Kudos to the gentleman!
image source: instagram/sonusood
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