On Sunday the Bollywood actor and social workers Sonu Sood went to Twitter to show that other people are currently the biggest charitable organisation that can be done. Sonu Sood tweeted on Sunday, ‘In the present day the greatest charity you can do is provide a job.’
The tweet of the actor comes at a time when the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic since over a year has left a lot of people unemployed, struggling to reach ends. In the meantime, a free CA education initiative has been launched by Sonu Sood via its Sood Charity Foundation.
This aims to assist talented students to obtain free coaching, internships and, finally, a job. Sonu recently tweeted announcing the same: “We need bright CA’s to grow India’s economy.
The actor also ensures that students in certain places of Kerala don’t miss online classes with poor internet connectivity. Sonu tweeted Saturday “Recce begins for the mobile tower at Kerala, no student will miss their online lessons.
In 2009, in Arundhati, he was Pasupathy. In the Indian epic film Jodha Akbar directed by Ashutosh Gowariker, after the release of Arundhati in Tollywood, he played a role of Rajkumar Sujamal.
In 2009, in Anjaneyulu against Ravi Teja, he played the role of the gangster Bada. He was in another Telugu movie in the last half of 2009, Ek Niranjan, in which he played the antagonist again.
He played the main antagonist with Salman Khan in 2010 in Abhinav Kashyap’s Dabangg. His debut in Kannada with Sudeep in Vishnuvardhana (2011) was reported in positive feedback. The state electoral commission has appointed him the “state icon of Punjab.