India is now the tenth affected nation in the world from a coronavirus pandemic. Mumbai is the most affected city in India from COVID-19. Due to lockdown, many migrant workers and students stuck in several parts of the country. Many migrant workers are going back walking towards their hometown miles away. Sonu Sood, who has mostly played negative roles in movies like Dabangg, Simmba, is a real-life hero.
Over the last few weeks, Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has arranged the buses to send migrant workers their home. He has sent migrant workers to their homes in states like Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and Jharkhand. He said he will continue sending migrants home until the last one reunites with his family.
Now, Sonu Sood has launched a helpline number 18001213711 for the migrant workers, through which people can reach out to his team for help. He has also launched WhatsApp number 9321472118. Sonu said,
“I was getting a lot of calls… thousands of calls every day. My family and friends were busy collecting the data then we realized we might miss out on a lot of people who we will not be able to approach us. So we decided to open this call center, it is a toll-free number,”
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He is getting the messages from migrant workers in the lightning-fast speed. Sonu Sood himself tweeted and told that he and his team are taking all the efforts to help everyone, but if he misses any message, he apologizes.
Sonu Sood has also provided his Mumbai hotel for the accommodation of the healthcare workers. Not only this, but he is also providing meals to thousands of underprivileged people. Previously, he has donated over 1500 PPE kits doctors across Punjab.
Sonu Sood has been a knight in shining armor for many people. The actor has shown generosity and console many and assured them that they would meet their family soon. Man, what a gentleman he is. We have massive respect for you brother Sonu Sood.