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Sonu Sood Biography

Dec. 11, 2020, 4:12 p.m. by Karuwaki Speaks ( 504 views)

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Sonu Sood is an Indian film actor, producer, and humanitarian who acts predominantly in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Punjabi films. Sonu Sood was born on Monday, 30 July 197(age 47 years; as in 2020).


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He did his schooling from Sacred Heart School, Moga. He did his graduation in Electronic Engineering from Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, Nagpur. In his final year of studying engineering at Nagpur, Sood participated in the Grasim Mr. India contest, and made it to the top five. After completing his graduation, he went to Mumbai and started taking modelling assignments.


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He belongs to a Hindu family. His father Shakti Sagar Sood was an entrepreneur while his mother was a teacher. He has two sisters-- Monika Sood, who is elder than Sonu Sood and his younger sister is Malvika Sachar. In the year 1996, Sonu Sood married Sonali Sood and the couple has two sons-- Ishant and Ayaan.

Acting Career:

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In the year 1999, Sonu Sood was introduced to Tamil movies with Nenjinile and Kallazhagar. In the year 2000, he made his Telugu debut with 'Hands Up!'. By 2001, he did two more Tamil films-- Sandhitha Velai and Majunu. In the year 2002, he did his Bollywood debut with the movie 'Shaheed-E-Azam'. He did many Hindi, Tamil and Telugu movies and rose to fame in 2005 with the Bollywood movie 'Aashiq Banaya Aapne'. He did many Telugu, Tamil and Hindi movies such as Super, Ashok, Arundhati, Jodha Akbar, Anjaneyulu, Ek Niranjan, Dabangg, etc. he made his English film debut in 2017 with the film,” Rockin’Merra”.He has also featured in the Chinese film “Xuanzang”.


  1. His hobbies include playing the guitar, doing workout, and kick-boxing.
  2. He is a fitness enthusiast and visits the gym regularly.
  3. Sonu has a deep faith in lord ganesha.
  4. He is an animal lover.
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Amid the global pandemic, he proved to be a messiah for underprivileged people who helped migrant workers reach home during the Covid-19 lockdown, aims to help at least two crore people get employed over the next five years through his new initiative, Pravasi Rojgar.

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When I see a suffering patient with limited medical help,I ask myself,why don't we have enough doctors?

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