Actor Sonu Sood, who has helped flood victims of Yes-affected residents of Sundarbans, has been included in a Durga Puja pandal of Kolkata’s Kestopur Prafulla Kanan Durga Puja Samiti, which has dedicated this year’s theme of the pandal to flood victims. is his.
The Sunderban village area is dominated by fishermen population and this year it was devastated by Cyclone Yes, which completely destroyed an entire village.
The Kestopur Prafulla Kanan Puja Committee made sculptures of fishermen carrying fish with them for the pandal. In addition, a life-size statue has been dedicated to Sonu Sood to help the flood victims.
Expressing his gratitude, Mr. Sonu shared, “I feel really overwhelmed, honored and humbled to have received so much love! I remember last year also they had made pandals, but this time it was on a very large scale. When people click Taking selfies in these pandals and tagging me on social media makes me feel that Durga Maa has guided me in the right direction to help people.
I remember visiting Durga Puja pandals during my college days. One has to stand in long queues for hours. Today, for the second year in a row, I feel humbled at the Durga Puja pandal in Kolkata. I wish I could get along with my parents if they were still around.#kestopurprafulfull ️. pic.twitter.com/6kJtSmDQWN
— Soni Sood (@SonuSood) 13 October 2021
He further expressed his gratitude to his parents for teaching them to “live for others”.
“It has been two years, and the journey is still on. I have been successful in saving thousands of lives and reaching many souls in these two years. I want to thank the almighty and my parents who blessed me with life. Important lesson taught and how important it is. Live for others and believe in giving. So today, when I see so much love, I thank God and all the people who made this possible.”
Mr Sonu has earned a huge fan base for his philanthropic work amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.