“Do you never sleep, sir, you work 24 hours?, Here’s reply from Sonu Sood to his fan

“Villain on the screen and hero off the screen” is the best phrase to describe Sonu Sood. The Indian actor has emerged as a real hero for migrant workers and daily wage workers amid nationwide lockdown.

Today, he has become a real hero for many people. Social media users have showered praises on him for his kindness act. Meanwhile, Impressed by Sonu Sood’s good work in this crisis, a fan asked him a quirky question and Sonu replied in his own style. A fan wrote, “Sonu sir, aapko neend nahi aati kya??? Din ho ya raat sbhi k msg ka reply krye hai aap, 24 hour sewa k liye taiyar h logo k liye, aaj aap logo k liye mashiha ban gaye hai..Thank you sir and really love you..” (“Sonu sir don’t you sleep? You reply to everyone’s message, day or night. You are ready to serve people 24 hours. Today you have become the Messiah for the people. Thank you sir and love you so much.”)

Sonu replied to his tweet by saying, “Ek baar sab ghar pahuch jaaye, fir aaram se soyenge” (“Once everyone reaches then they will sleep comfortably”.) Following which, his Twitter account was flooded with messages by users.

In the need of the hour, actor Sonu Sood has once again come to help the migrant workers. He arranged buses for the hundreds of migrants who were stuck in the city owing to the epidemic. He had not only sponsored the travel but also offered meal kits for the workers. The actor has sent thousands of migrant workers back to their homes safely.

The 46-year-old actor who is known for his roles in films like ‘Singh is Kinng,’ ‘Simmba’ and ‘Dabangg’ is widely being praised for arranging buses for migrant labourers stranded in Mumbai.

In an interview, Sonu Sood revealed that he understands the pain of the workers and their struggle very well. I am helping migrant laborers because I too was a migrant who came to Mumbai with a lot of dreams, he said.

It should be noted that the Uttar Pradesh government has sealed the borders in an attempt to prevent the entry of coronavirus carriers. However, Sonu Sood sought permission from District Magistrates of Lucknow and Siddharthnagar and eventually made this possible.

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