Actor Sonu Sood emerged as a real hero to the needy during the lockdown period triggered by the deadly Covid virus. When the pandemic hit India very hard, he lent a helping hand to Indians. From bringing back Indians struck in other countries to India, to supplying medical supplies, he did his level best to respond to as many requests as possible he has been receiving.
The Messiah appeared in an interview recently, where he spoke about various issues and how people are approaching him to seek help across the platforms. In the interview, Sonu Sood talked about his biggest dream.
Sonu Sood said he wants to start schools and hospitals so that the poor people can be provided with free education and health care. His dream project is for a noble cause.
Talking about the practicalities of the dream project, Sonu Sood opined that it will not materialize immediately. Calling it a long-time dream, Sonu Sood said, he is confident that he will make his dream true.
During the second wave, Sonu Sood has been supplying medical oxygen and vital drugs for the Covid patients. Taking his humanitarian work to a whole new level, he has pledged to set up 18 oxygen plants across the nation.
As a pilot project, Sonu Sood had set up plants in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. The plants were set up in Kurnool and Nellore and Mangalore respectively.
On the work front, Sonu Sood will be seen next in Megastar Chiranjeevi's much-awaited film Acharya. He will be seen as a baddie in the action entertainer.