There are no brownie points to predict that Sonu Sood has emerged as a real-life hero in 2020. His noble and selfless gestures during the Covid-19epidemic have earned him as a messiah and a superhero and inspired many to come forward and help the needy.
To honor his philanthropic activities, the people of Dubba Tanda village in Siddipet district of Andhra Pradesh have come together to build a temple, which he has dedicated to Sonu. His altruism has indeed become the highlight of the year and has attracted the attention of many people in different parts of the country.
The temple along with the statue of Sonu Sood was inaugurated on Sunday in the presence of sculptor and locals. Aarti was performed while women wore traditional attire, sang folk songs and chanted slogans.
District Council member Giri Kondal Reddy said that Sood is doing a great job for the public amidst the coronovirus epidemic. “As he has attained the place of God by his good deeds, we have built a temple for Sonu Sood. He is God to us. “
Telangana: Locals of Dabba Tanda village in Siddipet have built a temple to recognize the philanthropic work of actor Sonu Sood.
A local man says, “He helped so many people during the epidemic. It is a great pleasure for us that we have built his temple.” (2020/12/20) pic.twitter.com/XZoj6x55pq
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Talking about it, Sonu said, “This is a very heavy moment. But at the same time, I don’t deserve it. I am just a common man who helped my brothers and sisters.”
In particular, Sood helped scores of countrymen from the underprivileged by arranging safe road travel to transport stranded migrants to their places of origin in different parts of the country. He later launched a job portal for migrant laborers in collaboration with several employment providers. The actor has received appreciation from all quarters for his efforts. As the epidemic continues and uncertainty looms large, he is making sure that he reaches as many people as possible and helps them get back on their feet. Way to go, Sonu!