Sonu Sood has congratulated his sister Malvika on joining Congress. The actor tweeted and wrote that I am looking forward to seeing his new journey.
bollywood actors Sonu Sood (Sonu Sood) He has been seen as the messiah of the country during the Corona period. He had helped people in every possible way during the time of Corona, which no one can forget. Because of this, Sonu has become the real hero of the country. His sister Malvika Sood (Malvika Sood) Congress Party (Congress Party) has joined. His brother Sonu Sood has congratulated him. The actor tweeted on his Twitter account, while posting pictures with his sister, “My sister Malavika has started a political journey. I congratulate him and can’t wait to see him move forward in this new chapter of life. Good luck Malavika. With this, he said that without any political distraction, I will continue to work as an actor and humanitarian.
Sonu congratulated sister Malvika by tweeting
As my sister Malvika Sood embarks on her political journey, I wish her the best and can’t wait to see her flourish in this new chapter of her life. Good luck Malvika!
My own work as an actor & humanitarian continues, without any political affiliations or distractions. pic.twitter.com/NCI0d4nUgC
— sonu sood (@SonuSood) January 10, 2022
Malvika joined Congress in the presence of Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu and CM Charanjit Singh Channi at Sonu Sood’s house. According to the report, Malvika was getting tickets from every party but she decided to go with the Congress.
Shortly before, Sonu Sood had removed his name from the post of state icon of Punjab. He was given this honor in the year 2020. There were speculations for a long time that Sonu Sood might join the political party. However, the actor has always rubbished these speculations. Sonu said that even in the third wave of Corona, we will do everything possible to help people. Sonu stays connected with people on social media. The actor is very active on social media. Recently, he along with his sister Malvika has promised to distribute 1000 cycles to school girls and social workers in Moga, Chandigarh.