Sonu Sood was hailed as a truer hero all across the country for the efforts he took in order to send migrant workers home during the ongoing pandemic.
Sonu has now decided to write the story so that the world can read about it. He has teamed up with Penguin Random House to shed light on what inspired him to go through the task. The book is untitled as of now and might hit the shelves at the end of this year. It will be published by Ebury Press.
Talking about the book, Sonu Sood said, “The past three and half months have been a kind of a life-changing experience for me, living with the migrants for sixteen to eighteen hours a day and sharing the pain. When I go to see them off as they begin their journey back home, my heart is filled with joy and relief. Seeing the smiles on their faces, the tears of happiness in their eyes has been the most special experience of my life, and I pledged that I’ll keep on working to send them back to their homes until the last migrant reaches his village, to his loved ones.’