Sonu Sood’s milkman raised his hands, said – I cannot bear the pressure like you

Sonu Sood remains active on social media.  photo credit-@sonu_sood/Instagram

Sonu Sood remains active on social media. photo [email protected]_sood/Instagram

Sharing the video, Sonu Sood wrote, ‘My milkman Guddu has also raised his hands. He can’t handle the pressure anymore. Everyone who wants to know how I do this, come and stay with me for a day.’

Mumbai. During the Corona period, Bollywood actor Sonu Sood is constantly helping people. Although people are asking him for help on social media, but Sonu has told many times that his family and friends are also engaged in this campaign. But now Sonu Sood’s milkman is defeated, he has raised his hands. A video of Guddu Bhaiya has been shared by actor Sonu Sood himself, in which he is heard saying that I cannot bear as much pressure as you.

Sonu Sood is very active on social media, recently he has shared a video on his Instagram account, in which he is seen talking to his milkman Guddu Bhaiya. Sonu asks him whether you listen to all the calls that come on the number given to you or not. On Sonu’s question, Guddu told that, calls come at night. Sometimes 6 calls come in the morning. Sometimes call at 4 in the morning. Sometimes call at 1 o’clock. I can’t tell how upset I am. On this Sonu says – I also get calls from people, I also listen to people, what is the problem with you. Then Guddu replied that we do not have that much capacity, we cannot bear that much.

Sharing this video, Sonu Sood wrote in the caption, ‘Guddu, my milkman, has also raised his hands. He can’t handle the pressure anymore. Everyone who wants to know how I do this, come and stay with me for a day.’

A lot of reactions of people are coming on this video. People are giving him a lot of blessings after watching the video.

Let us tell you that since last year, Sonu has been continuously helping people affected by the Kovid-19 epidemic across the country. Recently, the actor had ordered oxygen plants which will be installed in state hospitals.




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