Sonu Sood, the famous on-screen villain has turned into a national hero after his recent work towards sending migrant workers back home. The actor arranged buses for migrant workers to get home safely in the midst of the lockdown.
He even fed 25,000 migrants in Mumbai during the month of Ramzan. Apart from that, the actor has been providing food and shelter at his Juhu hotel for healthcare workers.
And now, Twitter can't stop thanking Sonu and sharing wholesome memes of the actor's contributions.
Number or details to bhejo mere dost. ❣️ https://t.co/iQuSpq9JO5— sonu sood (@SonuSood) May 23, 2020
Sonu Sood is responding to queries on his Twitter account and is working towards sending those in distress, back home. From responding with 'remind me tomorrow' to 'are you ready to go home?' he surely is winning hearts.
Sonu Sood Sir is the Vaccine for Migrant Workers. He is not less than God for the workers & peoples who want to go home & meet their family. Love you 3000 sir, you're doing a remarkable job. Real Hero ❤️ #SonuSood pic.twitter.com/fKgwVCMCc1— Abhi 🗨️ (@AbhiCricket18) May 23, 2020
Sonu Sood is arranging buses for migrants who want to go back to their homes. He is trying to help as many migrants as he can. The on screen villain is an inspiring hero in reality!— Jayant Patil (@Jayant_R_Patil) May 23, 2020
God bless him ❤️@SonuSood #SonuSood pic.twitter.com/cokoowzjhU
When no one is paying any heed towards the plight of the migrants who have been walking from one state to another this man has become a blessing for them.... Real life hero #SonuSood @SonuSood 🙏🙏🙏🙏 pic.twitter.com/DVy0FROcNi— arpit agnihotri (@arpitsparda) May 23, 2020
This too shall pass but Covid-19 will leave some positive lifetime memories of how the humanity was served by the man with golden heart @SonuSood ❣️how he became a hope for thousands of migrant workers stranded in Mumbai during lockdown.— Vikas Upadhyay (@imvikasupadhyay) May 23, 2020
You have truly inspired us #SonuSood bro. pic.twitter.com/qR3uT8mBW9
Not all heroes wear capes!