Sonu Sood’s Response to A Fan’s Request For a Ride to Liquor Shop 

Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has been helping migrant workers and those less privileged reach home and has earned several accolades for his efforts from all sides whether it be the film industry, politicians, or his fan base. Anytime his Twitter feed can be seen filled with people asking for his help to reach home.

Sonu Sood’s Response to Fan's Request
Sonu Sood’s Response to Fan’s Request

But recently, a fan wanting to take Sonu for a ride asked him a quirky question through a tweet and Sonu was quick to reply in his own style.

This fan wrote,

“Sonu bhai main apne ghar me fasa hua hu. Mujhe theke tak pahucha do (Brother, I am stuck at my home, please help me reach a liquor shop).”

And Sonu replied,

“Bhai main theke se ghar tak to pahucha sakta hu, zarurat pade to bol dena (Brother, I can help you reach home from a liquor shop, if you need help do tell me).”

Have a look at the conversation below:

Just recently, Union minister Smriti Irani also showered praises on Sonu Sood via a tweet for his continuous efforts to send migrants home, during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

“I’ve had the privilege of knowing you as a professional colleague for over 2 decades now @SonuSood and celebrated your rise as an actor, but the kindness you have displayed in these challenging times makes me prouder still thank you for helping those in need.”

Talking to Zee News, Sonu gave us a deep insight into his initiative and said that he will not rest until every migrant worker is back home safely.

Sonu Sood’s Response to Fan's Request
Sonu Sood’s Response to Fan’s Request

“I will continue my work until every migrant worker reaches their home. I don’t mind the hard work it requires but it is important for me that everyone reaches their home.”

For the unaware, Sonu has been feeding more than 45,000 people every day in Andheri, Juhu, Jogeshwari, and Bandra. The actor has also been arranging buses and tickets for migrants who want to go back to their native villages.


Gaurav Gupta

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