SONU SOOD: I THINK PEOPLE STILL TAKE COVID-19 LIGHTLY
Hindustan Times|October 22, 2021
The actor is baffled at the way people are breaking Covid-19 safety protocols
Rishabh Suri rishabh.suri@htlive.com

Amid the pandemic, actor Sonu Sood became a messiah for many as he helped millions across the country, actor is busy again, shooting “day and Indians stuck abroad. Now, the night” for his upcoming projects.

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