Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has been termed because the ‘real-life hero’ within the COVID-19 pandemic as he has gained a number of hearts for working tirelessly for the individuals in want and reaching out to them through the pandemic. He has organized buses, trains, and flights to assist the stranded migrants and others, head again to their hometowns.
Not simply this, he helped the individuals in want in each method he might from serving to individuals discover jobs to handing out tractors, buffaloes, and even smartphones as per their wants.
A number of individuals are continuously reaching out to the actor on Twitter and are in search of his assistance on varied issues. On a regular basis Sonu Sood’s twitter timeline will get flooded with many real requests for assist, nevertheless, there are some requests that depart even the actor stunned.
Within the newest incident, a twitter consumer requested Sonu Sood for Amazon Prime Subscription for one yr. A Twitter consumer wrote to the actor:
“@SonuSood Bhai muje 1 Amazon prime account honaa 1 saal ke liye thoda assist kaarono Bhai ..I’m eagerly ready for #V_movie (Brother I would like an Amazon Prime account for 1 yr, please assist me..I’m eagerly awaiting for V film).”
Sonu Sood was fast to note the tweet and provide you with a hilarious reply, that has left everybody in splits and goes viral on Twitter. With a pinch of sarcasm, Sonu Sood replied:
“Ought to I ship a tv additionally alongside brother? An air conditioner and a few popcorns.”
Right here, take a look at the tweet:
Ought to I ship a tv additionally alongside brother? An air conditioner and a few popcorns ??? https://t.co/O03v46ydQr
— sonu sood (@SonuSood) August 28, 2020
In the meantime, Sonu Sood wrote that he’s keen to assist all these college students who’re caught in flood-hit areas of Bihar, Assam, and Gujarat, to succeed in to their examination facilities, following the choice of the federal government to go forward with the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) and Nationwide Eligibility Cum Entrance Take a look at (NEET) amid the COVID-19 pandemic.