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Sonu Sood Gave A Heart-Winning Reply To A Twitter User Who Wanted To Go To His Mother

Amidst Coronavirus pandemic, Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has been working tirelessly to provide relief to the daily wage workers during this tough time. He has also been very active to help the Corona warriors during this pandemic. Sonu has already given away his Mumbai hotel for the accommodation of the medical officials and staffers. Besides this, he has donated over 1,500 PPE kits to doctors across Punjab.

Besides this, he has turned out to be a real hero for the migrants. In association with Neeti Goel, he has been helping migrants by arranging transportation for them to their hometown. Ever since the news of Sonu Sood helping hundreds of migrants reach their homes came out, several migrants are now taking to Twitter to seek help from Sonu.

Amidst many, a twitter user expressed that he is a student and is currently stuck in Thane. His mother is ill and very worried about him. He wrote:

@SonuSood sir I’m a student & I stuck in thane. Nobody is helping me. My mother is very ill, she is very worried for me. I have to go to Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh. you’re my last hope, please help me sir please…”

Here, check out the Tweet:

Sonu Sood was quick to notice the tweet and come up with a heart-winning reply. He wrote:

“Tell your mom you are seeing her soon”

Here, check out the tweet of Sonu Sood:

 

 

Another twitter user expressed his pain by writing to Sonu Sood. In his tweet, the twitter user wrote that he needs help to go to his hometown as he is stuck in Nalasopara on the outskirts of Mumbai. The user also expressed how his mother is crying every day to meet him. To this Sonu Sood came up with another heart-touching message. Sonu wrote:

“Tell mom not to cry.. you will hug her soon,”

Here, check out the tweet:

A number of migrants are now taking to their respective Twitter handles and are flooding Sonu Sood’s timeline day and night every day. Recently, in an interview with India Today, Sonu Sood said:

“These workers have names, we keep calling them migrants…they made our homes, can’t we send them back to their homes? Every step they take on the highway, wouldn’t they be thinking that we did so much and built the country over so many years, and we have been forced to do this. It is very important I think everyone has to come forward. You are answerable as a human being, please come out and help all you can to ensure that every single of them reaches their home.”

Hats-off to Sonu Sood. He has turned out to be a light of hope for the migrants in this dark times.

Written by Unnati Madan

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