Sonu Sood offers this couple a trip to Goa as wife feels 'stuck with husband'
New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: Actor Sonu Sood's mettle during coronavirus crisis as a messiah of poor enabling the homecoming of a huge number of people stuck away from their native places, has already made him a household name with so much of admiration dispensed over 'Dabangg' antagonist from all over the country.
Sonu continues to respond to tens of requests of people stuck in different parts of the nation while enabling their safe home return. Amid all this, the 46-years-old actor was recently taken aback by amusement with the request of a woman stuck with her husband ever since the nation came under the garb of COVID lockdown with Janta Curfew being its start bell.
The actor's witty wisdom has gone viral on social media with many 'Good one' connotations topping the admiration metre for the 'Simmba' actor.
"@SonuSood I am staying with my husband from Janta Curfew to lock down 4. Can u either send him or send me to my mother's house, as I can't stay with him any more," a Twitter user wrote.
“I have a better plan,” Sonu said, while adding that, let him send both husband-wife to Goa, “What say?,” Sonu wrote with a Laugh Out Loud emoji.
I have a better plan .. let me send both of you to Goa What say? https://t.co/XbYNFWWflK
May 31, 2020
Tweeples, alongside Sonu's exceptionally humanitarian efforts, appreciated his unmatched wit too.
Sood briefed the Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari on Saturday about his ongoing efforts in helping the migrant crisis. Honourable Governor 'applauded his great work and assured him of his fullest support in these endeavours'.
Film star @SonuSood called on at Raj Bhavan, Mumbai today. Shri Sood briefed about his ongoing work to help the migrant people to reach their home states and to provide them food. Applauded his great work and assured him of his fullest support in these endeavours. pic.twitter.com/oUMfIQGTeX— Bhagat Singh Koshyari (@BSKoshyari) May 30, 2020
On Sunday night, according to a Times of India report, Sonu himself got on the Railway Station and sent off close to a thousand labourers to their native places after arranging sanitisers and meal kits for them, for a safe journey amid the spread of Coronavirus infection.
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