THIS is what Sonu Sood has to say on being called ‘the next Amitabh Bachchan’

Sonu Sood's reaction on being called the next Amitabh Bachchan has been winning hearts on social media.

Almost all Bollywood stars have extended their helping hands to fight war against Coronavirus but what Sonu Sood did is winning hearts across all social media platforms. Sonu Sood has been in the news for a while due to his kind gesture and arranging safe transportation for thousands of migrant workers stuck in Mumbai due to the nationwide lockdown in India.

The Dabangg 3 actor is an avid social media user and he knows very well how to reach out to his fans via social media. There have been various occasions when Sonu Sood had directly responded to his fans’ queries and questions.

After being labelled as ‘Twitter Hero’, ‘India’s Real Hero’, ‘Home Minister’, Twitteratti have called Sonu Sood ‘the next Amitabh Bachchan’.

A Twitter user posted that when lockdown is lifted and condition across the country returns to normalcy, Sonu Sood should take day-off on Sunday as people would queue up outside his house to have a glimpse of him, just like they Big B’s fans gather outside his bungalow for the meet and greet session every Sunday.

“Jab sab thik ho jayega, uske baad aapko har Sunday shoot se chutti leni padegi. Log apse milne aenge. Jo log Mumbai ghumne ayenge wo puchenge ki Sonu Sood ka ghar kahan hain. Sonu Sood agla Amitabh Bachchan,” read the tweet.

Promptly, the ‘Dabangg’ actor’s tweet won over hearts. He replied: “Wo kyu mere ghar ayenge dost, mai un sab ke ghar jaunga. Bahut sare aloo paranthe, paan aur chai udhar hai mere doston pe.”

Sonu Sood has been tirelessly helping migrant workers and making all possible efforts to get everyone reached safely at their hometown.

In a recent interview, he had said that he will continue to arrange safe transportation for migrant workers until everyone reached their home town. He revealed that it gives him immense satisfaction to see these people reuniting with their family members.

“I will be on the roads until all the workers reach home. I am not concerned about the hardwork it takes, I am determined to send them to their families. My phone rings constantly, my social media accounts are flooded with messages. I try to reach out to everyone possible,” said Sonu Sood.

Meanwhile, he launched a toll-free number to facilitate the migrants to reach their home safely.

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