Sonu Sood has been the beacon of hope and positivity in this lockdown. He has proved that humanity is not all dead, there is still hope as long as we have celebs like Sonu Sood. He has been tirelessly working for the benefit of migrant workers and laborers during the Pandemic. The Bollywood actor is now up to something else.
Just recently, the actor launched a scholarship program for IAS aspirants. The great personality has come up with an initiative to sponsor the education of the students across the country. He launched the programme in the memory of his late mother, Prof. Saroj Sood. She used to teach students on a non-commercial basis and on 13th October, the actor aims to carry the legacy created by the great soul.
The actor took to Twitter to announce his great plan. In a tweet, he said, “October 13; 13 years since My Mother passed. She left behind a legacy of Education. On her anniversary today, I pledge to support IAS aspirants to reach their goals thru Prof Saroj Sood Scholarships. Seeking blessings Miss u maa. @scholify_me.”
Here’s the post:
October 13; 13 years since My Mother passed. She left behind a legacy of Education. On her anniversary today, I pledge to support IAS aspirants reach their goals thru Prof Saroj Sood Scholarships. Seeking blessings 🙏 Miss you maa. @Scholifyme pic.twitter.com/vxcIYte7NZ
— sonu sood (@SonuSood) October 13, 2020
The actor continues to inspire millions of people across the globe. His benevolent nature has helped several people. Sometime back, the actor also sent smartphones to a village in Haryana for the students to attend their online classes during the Pandemic.
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In July, the actor posted a throwback picture with his mother where he expressed his gratitude and love towards her mother. He wrote, “Happy birthday Maa…just keep guiding me always the way you have been doing all my life. Wish I could give you a tight hug and tell you how much I love you..but I am sure you must be missing us where ever you are. Life will never be the same but be my guiding angel always till I see you again maa. Miss you.”