Sonu Sood, actor-philanthropist, bowed backwards since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 to help those in trouble.
The actor from Simmba who often posts for help in his welfare handles used the handles to make his followers smile a bit, and his recent video demonstrates that.
Sonu can be seen sitting on a bicycle in a recent video uploaded to Instagram, introducing its new “supermarket,” selling bread, eggs, pavs and other foodstuffs.
Towards the video end, Sonu says he must rush to delivery and added “extra fees for delivery to Hain Boss.”
“Free home delivery,” reads the video title. With every 10 eggs #supportsmallbusiness, 1 bread is free.” 1 bread free with every 10. Looking at the title, the actor seems to have made this video in order to encourage his followers to support small companies.
The Sonu Sood Foundation organised medical facilities, oxygen cylinders and beds for people during the second wave of coronavirus.
When the first lockdown forced migrant workers back in their countries, the actor arranged for the migrants to travel. Sood wrote a book called I Am No Messiah, which details his experiences in the pandemic.
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