Bollywood actor and producer Sonu Sood has rather established himself as a humanitarian in the last few months, with several appreciable deeds. A star in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Punjabi films, Sonu has also emerged as a real-life star now.
After helping a Hyderabad woman, who lost her job during the pandemic, with another job, the actor is once again garnering love and praises online after taking the responsibility of three orphan kid from Bhuvanagiri district in Telangana.
The incident came to light when journalist Rajesh Karanam shared a video on Twitter tagging Sood, showing how the kids did their household chores all by themselves with the eldest sibling taking care of the younger ones and feeding them.
@SonuSood three kids lost thier parents from yadadri Bhuvanagiri district Telangana and These 3 Kids Dont have any body and the elder kid taking care. Now they became orphans.They are seeking your help. Please help them https://t.co/IMbypFIuTT pic.twitter.com/i1jcPvZkHo— Rajesh karanam (@rajeshkaranam9) July 31, 2020
In less than about 15 minutes, the actor replied, "They are no longer orphans. They will be my responsibility ❣️"
They are no longer orphans. They will be my responsibility ❣️ https://t.co/pT0hQd4nCx— sonu sood (@SonuSood) July 31, 2020
The tweet soon went viral with netizens once again taking to the post to hail the actor for his inconsistent efforts to provide help to all those adversely affected by the pandemic.
You are the real God in this artificial world— Manohar Reddy (@Manohar79220806) July 31, 2020
— INDIA WAKES UP (@IndiaWakesUp_) July 31, 2020
— Sandip Kamal (@sandip_kamal) July 31, 2020
— Honey Tarak Nivetha (@Tarak_Girl) July 31, 2020
Ek hi dil hai sir kitni baar jeetoge ❤️— Paritosh Kumar (@Paritosh_K2016) July 31, 2020
You are amazing :)— Pallavi (@_pallavi__) July 31, 2020
A few days back, Sonu Sood had gifted a tractor to a farmer in a remote village in Andhra Pradesh to help him till the land. The actor came up with the idea after going through a viral video clip on social media wherein a tomato farmer in Madanapalle in Chittoor district was seen ploughing the land with his two daughters carrying the yoke on their shoulders.