Sonu Sood’s fan walks barefoot from Hyderabad to Mumbai to meet him; actor ‘humbled’ by the gesture

Actor Sonu Sood, who is leaving no stone unturned to help people amid the Covid-19 pandemic, has shared a picture with one of his fans who walked barefoot all the way from Hyderabad to Mumbai to meet him.
Sonu took to social media and shared a happy picture with his fan Venkatesh. In his post, the actor also mentioned how he arranged transportation for him but still, his fan preferred walking all the way.

The ‘Simmba’ actor is ‘humbled’ and ‘inspired’ by his fans. Sharing the update with his fans, Sonu wrote, “Venkatesh, this boy walked barefoot all the way from Hyderabad to Mumbai to meet me, despite me making efforts to arrange some sort of transportation for him to come here. He is truly inspiring and has immensely humbled me 🙏” He further also added that he is not encouraging others to do something like this. He wrote, “Ps. I, however, don’t want to encourage anyone to take the trouble of doing this, love you all ❤️”

Meanwhile, Sonu recently announced that he will set up oxygen plants across the country in almost 16-18 states. Talking to IANS, Sonu said, “I have tried to cover all the states. The oxygen plants will be set up near the needy hospitals which will have almost 150-200 beds. All these hospitals will never have shortage. The patients have to sometimes travel far to reach the hospitals and in some cases, they lose their lives as well. With this, I hope, such situation will never arise.”

He further added, “This will solve the problem forever. Right now there are almost 700 concentrators which we are servicing pan India, but it’s a temporary arrangement. With an oxygen plant, no one will ever face a problem. Why wait for a third or fourth wave to happen? Even when the pandemic will be over, the villages and districts nearby will have oxygen supply forever.”

On the work front, Sonu will be next seen with Akshay Kumar in ‘Prithviraj’.

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