Sonu Sood has funny reply as man asks for an iPhone for his girlfriend: ‘Tera kuch nahi rahega’ | Bollywood

Sonu Sood acquired a reasonably humorous request on Monday as he provided his providers to these in want. A person mentioned that his girlfriend was demanding an iPhone and requested the actor if he may assist with that.

As Sonu Sood wrote, “Aur koi seva ho toh bataiye (Let me know if I will help in some other means) @SoodFoundation,” in response to a tweet thanking him for serving to a bit of lady get medical therapy, a person made an uncommon request. “Bhai, meri girlfriend iPhone ki maang kar rahi hai, uska kuch ho sakta hai (Brother, my girlfriend is asking for an iPhone, are you able to assist with that)?” the fan replied.

“Uska toh pata nahi, agar iPhone diya toh, par tera kuch nahi rahega (I do not learn about that but when I get her a telephone, you received’t profit from it),” the actor replied.

Sonu has been within the information for his philanthropic efforts, as he has been on the forefront of aid efforts since final yr. Over the previous couple of weeks, he has been responding to requests for assist, and arranging hospital beds, oxygen provides and medicines for a lot of, amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Nonetheless, whereas many have been reaching out to Sonu with real appeals, he additionally faces his share of pranksters. Up to now, folks requested him for assist with issues comparable to a visit to the Maldives, a automotive, higher web velocity and sponsoring weddings.

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In April, Sonu mentioned that having the ability to assist somebody get medical therapy on time is ‘extra satisfying’ than delivering a 100 crore hit. “In the midst of evening,after making quite a few calls if u r capable of get beds for needy, oxygen for some folks n save few lives, I’s million occasions extra satisfying than being part of any 100cr movie. We are able to’t sleep when persons are infront of hospitals ready for a mattress,” he wrote on Twitter.

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