For more than two months now, Twitter user Sushrima Acharya has been fed up with quarantining with her husband and asked actor Sonu Sood to move him out of the house or her to her mother’s home. Sonu ‘s response to the fan ‘s question was witty.
“@SonuSood I ‘m staying with Janta Curfew ‘s husband to lock up 4. Would you either send him or send me to my mother’s house, as I can no longer live with him, “she tweeted to the star, who had a great solution. “I got a better idea .. Let me have you both sent me to Goa. What does it say? “He replied.
Sonu, who arranged transport to fly back to their homes in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic for thousands of refugees, is honoured by people from all walks of life as a real-life hero. He has also received several amusing requests from fans, including being asked for help in getting to a liquor store and a parlour.
Meanwhile, after helping her enter her home, a pregnant migrant woman called her child ‘Sonu Sood.’ The actor claimed in an interview that he was moved by the gesture. “I said, how is it that Sonu Sood is like you are Shrivastav? Sonu Shrivastav possibly might be, but she said, ‘Nahi humney bachche ka naam Sonu Sood Shrivastav rakha hai.’ That was so sweet; I was touched.”
Seeing stranded migrants battling back home has made Sonu ‘highly emotional.’ In an interview last month, he told Hindustan Times that he will be giving his all to the relief efforts. “For me it was an intensely emotional journey, as my heart is pained to see these people living away from their homes and attempting to walk the whole way home.
I will continue to send migrants home until the last migrant reaches his family and loved ones. That’s something that’s very close to my heart and I’m going to give it my all, “he said.