Fighting and struggling through this pandemic is pretty much what everybody has indeed been doing and even though lockdown in essence is pretty much over, COVID-19 is still very much around and affecting many. And if there is one man who has been a savior to those many who were affected then that was actor Sonu Sood.
The man's gestures and efforts to be helping thousands (even lakhs) either reach their destiation or help them financially, he is been on it.
Even now, he continues to do that and owing to the same, the Election Commission of India (ECI) has recently appointed him the state icon of Punjab. Needless to say, Sood has expressed his happiness over the same and says, “I am overwhelmed and extremely grateful for this honour. Having been born in Punjab, this appointment means so much to me, emotionally. I am happy to have made my state proud of me and I am motivated to keep working hard.” The actor also continues getting praised for his humanitarian work.
He also recently announced that he has been writing a book recounting the experience with the migrant workers and helping them amidst the COVID-19 lockdown. It will be written in the first person and is named ‘I am No Messiah.’ It will reportedly also include the challenges that Sonu Sood faced while helping the people.