Actor-philanthropist Sonu Sood recently met karate champion Amritpal Kaur, who has won several medals for India, including the gold at the South Asian Championships in 2019. Sonu shared a glimpse of their meeting on Instagram, revealing that he had helped her two years ago when she needed knee surgery. had . He has helped several people across the country since the Covid-19 lockdown. (Read also: Sonu Sood helps the little Bihar girl who was born with four legs and four arms

Sharing pre- and post-operative photos of Amritpal, Sonu wrote: “Seeing the positive impact you’ve had in the lives of others makes your life even more rewarding. I met Amritpal 2 years ago when she urgently needed knee surgery. She had big dreams, but circumstances didn’t make her work for them. Helping her get there was one of the greatest honors of my life and seeing this medal in her hand today makes it all the more rewarding.”

“The All India Karate Champion Amritpal won the gold medal without giving a single score to the opponents and will soon represent India at the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. I am sure she will bring glory to all of us and the nation,” he added. In response to the actor’s words, Amritpal dedicated the gold to Sonu for her help at the “lowest” point in her life.

She called Sonu ‘savior’ and said in a message: “I met my savior @sonu_sood sir who helped me 2 years ago. I dedicate this Gold of All India karate championship (National) to you sir. Thank you so much are there for me, I would not have made it without your help.” Earlier, Sonu had made headlines for helping a little girl from Bihar named Chaumukhi Kumari, who was born with four legs and four arms, and Sonu helped her with an operation.

Sonu currently hosts the final season of MTV’s Roadies, the first episode of which premiered on April 8, 2022. Apart from this, he was last seen in Akshay Kumarastarrer Samrat Prithviraj and played the role of Chand Barai in the film.


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