Sonu Sood Says “I Think People Still Take Covid Lightly”

On the personal front, Sonu Sood has been referred to as the Messiah who has helped millions across the country and Indians trapped abroad amid the pandemic. The actor is also very hardworking on a professional level and shoots day and night.

Sood has already completed filming for his role in Prithviraj with Akshay Kumar. “I’ve done my bit of the sooting and even finished the dubbing. The film comes out early next year,” he continues, “There are two-three more projects in the pipeline, announcements for which are going to happen. They are all very nice.”

With all the good things happening on the workplace front, the only thing that bothers Sood is that many people still don’t realise the seriousness of the situation, despite the fact that so much awareness has been raised about Covid19. And that’s something he realized when he got to work.

“I think people still take Covid lightly. I’ve seen many without masks… you shouldn’t do that. The whole country needs to get vaccinated, so yes, we need to be on our toes and make sure not only our safety, but also the safety of our family and loved ones. It’s very important to take those measures,” urges the Dabangg (2010) and Happy New Year (2014) actor.

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As the film industry recovers and many future projects eventually go to the movies, the sector has been hit the hardest for day laborers, including technicians and emerging artists. Sood, along with his other initiatives, has also reached out to help these people.

“We’ve already organised free ration drives for daily wage workers. It doesn’t matter who you are, a spot boy, lightman or bus driver… anyone who needs rations can be there. It was there for the past 16 months. Everyone should come forward, and make sure whether there’s Covid or not, it should be there for everyone. It’s a very small thing and we can make that happen,” Sood ends.

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