Sonu Sood shares his greatest achievement as his hometown of Moga receives a road named after his late mother – Bollywood

Sonu Sood was moved as a road from his hometown of Punjab, Moga, was named after his late mother, Saroj Sood. Sharing images with the plaque honoring her, he called it “the greatest achievement to date.”

“This is … and this will be … My greatest achievement to date. A road in Moga in the name of my mother: “Prof. Saroj Sood Road ‘. My real path to success. Miss u maa “, the actor wrote on Twitter.

In another post posted on Instagram, Sonu wrote: “A visual I dreamed of all my life. Today, a road in my hometown of Moga was named after my mother: “Prof.Saroj Sood Road”. The same path he took all his life. From home to college and then back home. This will always be the most important chapter of my life. I’m sure Mom and Dad have to smile somewhere in the sky. I wish he was around to see that. I thank Mr. Harjot Kamal, Mr. Sandeep Hans and Mrs. Anita Darshi for making this possible. Now I can proudly say that my favorite place in the world is “Prof. Saros Sood Road. . My road to success. “

In October, Sonu remembered his mother on the anniversary of his death with a sincere post on Instagram. Sharing a picture with her, he wrote: “13 years ago on the same day, October 13 … when life got out of my hands. Maa. “

Sonu was at the forefront of relief efforts during the Covid-19 pandemic. From arranging buses, flights and trains for stranded migrant workers and students to sponsoring the medical treatment of the needy, he has been involved in numerous humanitarian activities.

Every day, Sonu responds to several requests for help on Twitter. In August, he revealed that he receives thousands of requests on various platforms every day and apologized for not being able to answer them all because it is “humanly impossible” to do so.

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Recently, it was reported that Sonu mortgaged eight properties in Mumbai to raise 10 million lei for the less privileged. Speaking about the same thing, he told HT Brunch: “I always thought I came to this city (Mumbai) to become an actor. And yes, I became one and made movies in different languages, but when you do something that helps people, then you connect with your soul. I feel that’s why I came to Mumbai. “

Sonu recently launched a memoir entitled “I am not the messiah”, which recounted his journey from Moga to Mumbai, as well as focusing on his humanitarian efforts.

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