Now when it comes to keeping fans’ requests, being the humble best with respect to behaviour with fans, Sonu Sood is right there at the top. The actor’s large heartedness isn’t just talked about by fans or admirers but also by people within the industry who have known Sonu in and out. The actor is also blessed to enjoy a rollercoaster ride at the cinemas working with the best in the business.
His last hindi film, ‘Simmba’ directed by Rohit Shetty alongside Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan was a blockbuster at the box office and his performance in his negative character of ‘Dhurva Ranade’ was widely appreciated.
Interestingly enough, the success of ‘Simmba’ and all the appreciation and accolades came at a time when it was much needed for him. Not because he was in desperate need of a ‘hit’ or something. But because, just about a month before ‘Simmba’, his integrity and professionalism was questioned by Kangana Ranaut after the war of words the duo had regarding ‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi’.
But when it comes to work and discipline, Sonu as quoted by his colleagues like Rohit Shetty and Ranveer Singh, is a hardcore professional who is extremely focussed regarding his work and fitness. Ranveer had earlier even gone ahead to say that the harder and stronger Sonu Sood appears from outside, the softer and tender is his heart. While his friends might have had many instances to feel that way, his fans surely don’t get to much of that as they cannot have that personal access to him.
But here’s one fan on Twitter who is such an ardent admirer of Sonu Sood that he decided to name his new-born baby boy after Sonu’s name. The fan recently tweeted.
The tweet somehow caught Sonu Sood’s attention and he was overwhelmed with the love and affection bestowed on him. He didn’t just decide to thank the fan on Twitter but also wish the baby boy loads of love and luck for his future like a true tender hearted soul.
We are pretty sure the wish and blessings from Sonu’s end would have doubled the happiness of the fan. A really sweet gesture indeed!