Sonu Sood supports the domestic sugarcane juice business in the United States
Sonu Sood helps a man fulfill his dream of becoming a pilot. Image source: IANS News
New Delhi, August 27: Actor and philanthropist Sonu Sood, who is currently shooting his upcoming film “Fateh” in the US, has extended his support to the local sugarcane juice business in America.
Sonu took to Instagram on Sunday, and shared a video of Reel, where he can be seen wearing an all-black outfit. In the video, viewers can see Sonu saying, “Hamne Hindustan me to bahut saare ganne ke ras nikale hain, lekin aaj ham log America me khade hain, SFO me aur ganne ka ras nikalte hain.”
We see an Indian man who has a small shop in the US, selling sugarcane juice. Sonu greets the man and asks where is he from. He tells the shop owner that he is from Haryana, India.
Taking a cane in his hand, Sonu also says: “Hindustan le jab gani ka ras banta hai na to sound bahut sari, ghungro ki sound paagti hai.” The man asks, “Baji aap Miss Karti is Gungro Ki Awaz.”
The man said that his sugarcane machine makes no noise and should also be used in India. He also told that he has been in the US since last year.
Sonu said, “yahan par bhi jo hamare Hindustan wale hain, bhai log hai inko support karo. Aur jo ese kamaal ke kaam karte hain unko applaud karo, ganne ka ras peete raho or health raho. All the best.”
The actor can be seen making the juice himself. He captioned the video, “Anybody want sugarcane juice? Straight from America #supportssmall business.”
The Reel has 1.2 million views, and Jacqueline Fernandez likes it. “Trust you to find this,” choreographer and director Farah Khan said.
Fans took to the comments section and wrote: “Sir, you are a beautiful person”, “So cute”, “Sonu Sood of the year 2024, you should be PM of India”, “Aye Hai Hindustan to Sab Jagga Chaya Hwa Hai”. , and “very good”.
Meanwhile, Fatah, a movie about cybercrime, is set in the holy city of Amritsar in Punjab. The film is directed by Vaibhav Mishra and stars Sonu and Jacqueline.
Earlier, Sonu said, “The film is rooted in reality, and it is inspired by real-life incidents that I have seen happen to people even during the lockdown.”
The film also features Shivjyoti Rajput and Vijay Raaz in prominent roles. Some of the best names from Hollywood, including the director of photography, research team and choreographers, have been selected for this film, which is set to be released later this year.
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