This is How Sonu Sood Helps His Neice Get Ready For School; The Clip Will Cheer Up Your Weekend – WATCH VIDEOBollywood
Actor Sonu Sood is once again making headlines because of sweet gestures. A video of the actor helping his niece tie a braid has been stirring on social media. The video is too adorable to be missed
Sonu Sood, an actor, and humanitarian, has drawn a lot of attention from his fans for his exceptional acting abilities as well as his outstanding philanthropic work. The actor is well-liked throughout the country.
Sonu Sood recently made his fans happy with a sweet moment of him trying to tie a plait for his little niece, whom he affectionately refers to as Nyru.
In the video, the actor is seen tying his sister’s daughter’s hair as she eats her breakfast while dressed in her school uniform. The kid appeared to be as adorable as his mamu. Sonu Sood, who is well-known for his ability to tie braids, assisted her in getting ready to go to school. In the video, he asks her, “What will you tell your teacher?” “I will tell her that my mama (uncle) braided my hair,” she replied.
“What if the braid isn’t up to her standards?” Sood asked again. “Then ma’am will hit me,” said the actor’s niece. Sonu Sood immediately asked her to notify her teacher that “Sonu Sood uncle had tied your hair.”
“The simple pleasures are life’s truest treasures,” he wrote in the video caption. I’m loving and pampering my incredibly cute Nyru even more before she’s no longer a baby. After all, it’s the lovely simple pleasures that are the real ones.” The video has gone viral on social media, and fans are adoring this side of the actor.
On November 14, Sonu Sood’s sister Malvika Sood Sachar announced her entry into politics. She is prepared to run in the upcoming Punjab meeting elections. She stated that she must start serving her house state. On the work front, the actor was most recently seen in Rohit Shetty’s 2018 film ‘Simmba.’
Since the first wave of the COVID pandemic, he has been involved in humanitarian endeavours aimed at assisting others in difficult situations. He was recognised by the United Nations Development Programme for his actions throughout the COVID-19 outbreak and was chosen for the ‘SDG Special Humanitarian Action Award’ in September 2020.