The world of South gave him entry into the cinema, then the Corona epidemic made him a real-life hero. Born on July 30 in Moga, Punjab, Sonu Sood is not dependent on any identity today. Alam is that he has also earned a name for himself from South Cinema to Bollywood and Hollywood. In the birthday special, we present you some pages from the life of Sonu Sood.
Sonu belonged to a middle-class family. His father used to have a clothing store and he wanted his son to be an engineer. For this he sent Sonu to Nagpur. Sonu Sood came to Mumbai after completing his engineering studies. At that time he only had 5,500 rupees. In such a situation, Sonu had to fight hard to make a mark in Mumbai.
Tell them that Sonu Sood participated in the Mr. India competition during 1996 but failed to win. After this, she wrestled for about three years, after which South Cinema broke new ground for her. In the year 1999, she stepped onto the big screen with the film Sur Kalajhagar. At the same time, in the year 2002, she played a strong character in the film Shaheed-e-Azam, based on the life of Shaheed Bhagat Singh. After this, she started working in Southern movies.
Note that apart from South, Sonu Sood has also worked in Hindi movies. In Salman Khan’s film Dabangg, she played the character of the powerful villain Chhedi Singh. Sonu has been in the world of cinema for more than 25 years. During this he has worked in more than 47 films. These include Hollywood movies, in which he was seen with Jackie Chan. Tell them that Sonu Sood has also become the main hero of many movies.
When people were worried about the Corona epidemic. They roamed the streets in search of their respective homes, during which time Sonu Sood appeared as a messiah for them. He took people to their houses. Also, he helped a lot in medical emergencies. The Corona era has passed, but the process of helping Sonu continues even today.