‘’I am happy that young inspiring people have started an ambulance service to help people in need’’ – Sonu Sood
It won’t be wrong to say that a man who shows character in times of need is appreciated by one and all. So has been the case with the actor Sonu Sood. Last year when the entire country was in a state of distress due to the pandemic, Sonu helped thousands of displaced people to reach their native places amidst the lockdown.
Sonu Sood continues to be a source of inspiration for many across the country. His noble gesture of kindness and extending a helping hand to the needy during the on-going Covid-19 pandemic has made him a real life hero or ‘messiah’ who has emerged as a true icon of altruism.
To honour his selfless actions towards the underprivileged, Sonu’s fans and admirers started an ambulance service, Called ‘Sonu Sood Ambulance Service’, it will be spread across states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana and is intended to help patients who cannot afford medical facilities.
Talking about it, Sonu says, “While I was shooting in Hyderabad, I met many people who had to undergo critical medical surgeries but did not have the money to afford them. I am happy that so many inspiring young people have come forward to start an ambulance service to help those in need. We are defined by our actions and this is a reminder that we should continue to be kind and compassionate to all.”
Earlier, the people of Dubba Tanda village in Andhra Pradesh’s Siddipet district came together to erect a temple which they dedicated to the actor who is philanthropist.
However there has been an another update regarding tussle between BMC and Sonu Sood. The Bombay High Court dismissed an appeal and interim application filed by actor against a Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) notice over alleged illegal construction at his residential building in Juhu in Mumbai.