Actor Sonu Sood who transformed from a reel-to-real life hero for thousands of migrants during the first COVID-19 lockdown, has now come up with a unique plan to show support for small businesses.
He recently posted a video on Instagram where he can be seen selling eggs, packets of bread and other food items while pedalling a bicycle. He called it “Sonu Ki Supermarket”.
In the video, Sonu said, “Who says malls are shut? The most important and expensive supermarket is right here. I have everything that you need. There are eggs, which are currently priced at Rs 6 per egg. I have a big packet of bread which costs Rs 40, and the smaller one comes for Rs 22. I even have pav, rusk, puffed rice, chips etc”.
“Whoever needs it, come and place your orders quickly. Now it’s the delivery time and I will charge extra for delivery. Sonu Sood’s Supermarket is a hit”. He added.
“Verified. Free home delivery. 1 bread free with every 10 eggs. #supermarket #supportsmallbusiness”, Sonu Sood wrote in the caption.
Since the beginning of the migrant crisis and COVID-19 pandemic, Sonu Sood has been in the limelight for his philanthropic work.
From helping migrant workers reach their hometowns to delivering oxygen cylinders and setting up oxygen plants, Sonu has been working tirelessly for months.
His memoir “I Am No Messiah” is also on its way to chronicling the experiences of the masses when life came to a standstill courtesy of the coronavirus pandemic. He has also recently announced a movie titled Kisaan, to be directed by E Niwas and backed by filmmaker Raaj Shaandilyaa.