Sonu Sood is a real-life messiah for millions of Indians amid the COVID-19 pandemic. After helping the migrants reach home safely in 2020, the Bollywood star is actively assisting the needy. Be it medical procedures or encouraging people to get vaccinated, Sonu is there for all. Now, amid the second wave of COVID-19, Sood is struggling to arrange hospital beds and medicines.
The actor, on Monday, shared that not just his team, but the healthcare system in India has failed people. A disheartened Sonu wrote, "Request for beds: 570. I could arrange just: 112. Requests for Remdesivir: 1477. I could arrange just: 18. Yes, we have failed. So is our health care system."
However, fans and admirers of Sonu cheered him up by appreciating his efforts. A follower wrote, "Atleast you done something sir and that's what makes you great," while the other said, "No problem sir u have done what you needed to that others can't u r truly an angel sir."
Earlier this month, Sonu launched Sanjeevani: A Shot of Life, an initiative to encourage people to get vaccinated and raise awareness. He was also appointed as the brand ambassador for Punjab’s vaccination programme. However, days after taking the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, Sonu tested positive. He is currently under home quarantine.