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Good Deeds of Real-Life Hero Sonu Sood

Actor Sonu Sood’s humanitarian work and efforts will never be forgotten; he helped many people during the Coronavirus pandemic. When everyone was talking and playing word games, Sonu Sood came into the scene; he fed many daily wage workers and arranged buses, trains, & even flights to help them reach their homes. He also arranged oxygen cylinders for many people and saved their lives. Along with his team, he is relentlessly working and trying to help as many people as possible. Here is the list of some great deeds of our real-life hero Sonu Sood.

Set-Up of Free Medical Camps

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On his 47th birthday, Sonu Sood set up various free medical camps across the country that are providing medical assistance to over 50,000 people.

Feeding the Have-Nots in Mumbai

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Sonu Sood launched an initiative called Shakti Annadanam in April to provide over 1,50,000 meals every day to poor people in Mumbai. He named this initiative after his late father, Shakti Annadanam.

Helped Women Go Back Home Via Plane

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Sonu Sood arranged a chartered flight on May 29 to help 177 stranded women laborers return to their homes. They were working in a factory in Kerala when lockdown happened.

Helped Migrant Workers Return Home

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Sonu Sood has sent over 20,000 migrant workers to their homes. Sonu Sood, along with his childhood friend Neeti Goel started the Ghar Bhejo initiative, the goal of this initiative is to help people reach their homes during this pandemic. Sonu Sood even launched a toll-free number to reach him; the number is 18001213711. WhatsApp number is 9321472118.

Gifted a Tractor to a Poor Farmer

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Sonu Sood gifted a poor farmer a tractor in order to help him with the land. Sonu Sood watched a video on Twitter where a farmer and his two daughters were plowing the land. He couldn’t resist himself from helping the farmer and gifted him a tractor.

Rehabilitated Homeless People During Cyclone Nisarga

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When Cyclone Nisarga made its way to Mumbai, Sonu Sood provided food and rehabilitation to over 28,000 people who were living near coastal lines.

Sonu Sood is continuously trying to help people during this pandemic, and the whole country salutes him for this great work.

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