Bhubaneswar: The actor who received immense love from Indian cine-lovers for his on-screen performances for years has now garnered more respect and good wishes as a philanthropist as he continues to help the needy in these testing times of COVID pandemic.
After arranging safe return of thousands of migrant labourers to their hometowns during the nation-wide lockdown, Sonu Sood has been in talks for helping as many people, who turned up before him seeking help. Now that JEE and NEET are scheduled to begin from September 1 and September 12, respectively, the actor with his Samaritan’s hat still on has extended his helping hand to arrange transport facilities for the aspirants, who fail to manage one.
Taking to Twitter, Sonu yesterday tweeted, “In case JEE, NEET doesn’t get postponed, I am standing by you!”
“If you are stuck anywhere, let me know your areas of travel. I will help you reach your examination centres,” the actor added.
— sonu sood (@SonuSood) August 28, 2020
After this tweet, the actor received several requests for help, one of which was from a student who has received admission in Nielsen Northpoint.
Here’s how Sonu responded:
Send me your details dear. Will try my best to make your dream come true🤞 https://t.co/HG0a1mLQXg
— sonu sood (@SonuSood) August 29, 2020