New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has been praised a lot for helping the migrant workers reach their native villages amid the coronavirus-induced nationwide lockdown.

From arranging buses and flight services to providing food and essentials, the 46-year-old actor has left no stone unturned to help the stranded labourers reach their hometowns and reunite with their families. 

Now, after arranging buses and flights for the migrants, actor Sonu Sood is also helping people solve their personal issues and social media is calling him a 'blessing in disguise'.

The Paltan actor is also quite active on Twitter and has been receiving thanks for his noble gesture from celebrities to politicians to local people.

Recently, a user tweeted to Sood narrating how COVID-19 is taking a toll on him. He mentioned that there is no work and he and his wife have been fighting constantly and have finally decided to part ways. The user urged the actor to arrange transport to travel from Guwahati to Delhi.

He wrote, "dear sir I m in Assam Guwhati Want to go haryana rewari my own town no work after lockdown suffering with so many issue even fighting with wife now both decide to take divorce pls mange and send me from Guwhati to Delhi I would be thankful for whole life."

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The user's tweet has finally reached to the migrants' hero Sood and he has asked the user to stay together, promising “to take them out on a dinner”.

He replied, "Hey.. pls don’t fight Don’t let the tough times affect this precious bond. I promise to take u both out for dinner and will speak to you Tom on a video call too. But only if u promise to stay together."

Sonu’s sweet reply has melt the hearts of people across the social media, with many even calling him a ‘blessing in disguise’. 

On the work front, Sonu’s last outing was a Telugu romantic comedy Sita, directed by Teja. His next project will be Prithviraj, based on the life of the great king Prithviraj Chauhan. The movie stars Akshay Kumar and Manushi Chhillar in the lead roles.

Posted By: Aalok Sensharma