Sonu Sood: I think it’s too early to make a film on me

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Actor Sonu Sood has done everything in the last few months that made us proud of him. Sonu Sood has spared no effort to help the needy, from helping foreign workers to the needy. In fact, due to his noble deeds, Sonu, known as an on-screen villain, has become a national hero.

Speaking to SpotBoy, Sonu Sood, when asked if he was ready for a biopic treatment, said, “I think it’s too early to film me. I still have a lot of visits. To achieve many goals so far” but there are some producers who only Insist that there are not one but many films. But I don’t know if I’m ready to put my life on the screen. “

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He added, “Every day hundreds of people are reaching out to us. There is so much to do. God has given me the opportunity to make myself useful to society. Don’t sit back and be proud of my performance.”

Although Sonu is not ready for biopic treatment yet, he is sure who he wants in the biopic. He said, “I will definitely play myself. When my biopic comes out, I feel like I have earned the right to live in it. So this will be my only pre-condition for the biopic.”

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Meanwhile, the Simba The actor is set to launch his book, in which the actor writes about his experiences with foreign workers who helped him during the novel Coronavirus Outbreak. “A lot of chapters are ready. We have to get it out by October. No medals have been won yet. It should be done soon,” Sood said.

In terms of work, Sonu will now be seen in the film Chandra Prakash Dwivedi Prithviraj With Akshay Kumar, Manushi Chillar and Sanjay Dutt.

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