Actor Sonu Sood, who is highly acclaimed for his charity work during Lockdown, says the roles that come his way have been changed.

Sonu, who became popular as a villain in Bollywood films, became a real-life hero for many migrant workers caught up in transport and resources to get home amid an epidemic-induced lockdown.

Asked how he wants to pursue a career in Bollywood, Sonu told IANS: “What kind of characters are different, bigger than life and real life hero roles. The things I do in real life, they try to put it in my scripts. I want to make sure that I do justice with whatever I do, ”he said.

The actor continued: “There is a huge amount of responsibility. I have come to the city to become an actor, and I continue to do what I enjoy most. There will be new characters and some new stories.”

He was last seen in Rohit Shetty’s cop drama ‘Simba’ starring Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan.


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