Actor Sonu Sood who is been dubbed as the ‘Messiah of migrants’ for his philanthropic work towards the people during the on-going Covid-19 pandemic, is all set to pen his autobiography titled ‘I Am No Messiah.’ The book will be co-written by Meena Iyer. Also Read: “Not All Heroes Wear Capes”: Heart-warming initiatives started by Sonu Sood
Sonu Sood’s autobiography ‘I Am No Messiah’
On November 12, Sonu Sood shared the cover page of the book on his Instagram handle while announcing that pre-order has begun. The book ‘I Am No Messiah’ will be released in English and Hindi. Captioning the picture, the actor revealed that the book will tell the “story of my life, as much as it is of the thousands of migrant workers.” Also Read: Sonu Sood honoured with life-size statue at Durga Pooja Pandal in Kolkata, actor calls it his ‘Biggest Award Ever’
Earlier, Penguin Random House India had announced that the Dabangg actor will be penning an autobiography that will chronicle his experiences during the coronavirus pandemic. Apart from this, the autobiography that is written in the first person, will reveal the emotional and often challenging journeys the actor undertook along with the people he rescued, as well. Also Read: Sonu Sood hits back at Troll after his social work called a ‘PR Stunt’, shares proof of accounts
The actor will narrate the many stories of the miseries and atrocities he heard and the interactions he had, and Sonu will also share his experience of how this experience not only changed his outlook but also his life’s purpose. The autobiography of Sonu Sood ‘I Am No Messiah’ will be released in December this year.
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