Actor Sonu SoodSister Malvika Sudha may have jumped into politics by joining the Congress, but the actor has no such intention. In a recent interview with the Times of India, Sood said he would stay away from anything political.
Sood, who insisted that it was her sister’s journey and that she should fight and work for public praise and vote, said she was proud of her courageous decision to get to know the problems of the people, to raise and work for them, and to get into politics. Their good.
Meanwhile, Sonu accidentally rediscovers his public image when he emerges as a good Samaritan during the first brutal wave of the epidemic. The actor made arrangements for the transport of immigrants and, in the second deadly wave, supported the poor by setting up hospital beds and oxygen cylinders for the public. He also released a book, I Am No Messiah, based on his efforts to help the public, co-authored with film critic Meena Iyer.
On the film front, Sonu Sood is looking forward to the release of his production venture Fateh, which was announced late last year. Sonu plays a major role in the feature, his role is to help people combat cyber scams. The actor also has the historical drama Prithviraj in his kitty where he is going to share screen space with Akshay Kumar and Manushi Chillar. The YRF movie release date has not been announced yet.