Actor and humanitarian Sonu Sood continues to help people after gaining popularity for his heroic actions during the pandemic. As a result of his tireless efforts, his legion of admirers is significantly growing. Every day, there are reports of someone paying Sonu Sood a special tribute in some form. Now, on the eve of India's 74th Republic Day, on January 26, they paid a special tribute to the Happy New Year star by breaking the world record and making an 87,000 sq.ft. poster of the actor.
A spectacular portrait of the actor had been made in Kolhapur, Maharashtra, as part of Republic Day celebrations, which gave Sonu Sood a pleasant surprise the morning of the 74th Republic Day. Using more than 7 tonnes of rangoli powder, artist Vipul Shiripad Mirajkar created this incredible picture of the actor in a public park over the course of a few days. The actor expressed his awe at the artistic creation by saying, "I'm at a loss for words. All of this admiration and devotion has me speechless. I'm so appreciative."
Aside from that, recently the video of a woman who went viral after singing the popular Bollywood song ‘Mere Naina Sawan Bhadon' caught the attention of the actor and humanitarian Sonu Sood, who was so impressed with her singing that he offered the woman a chance to sing in movies. On January 27, Sonu Sood reshared the video of the female singer from the 1976 movie "Mehbooba" singing "Mere Naina Sawan Bhadon." In order to get her to sing in movies, the actor requested the woman's phone number in the post's caption. “Send her number. The mother will now sing for films,” Sonu wrote. Internet users have applauded Mr. Sood for his thoughtful action and complimented him for being a "Messiah" for the poor.