Sonu Sood’s Mumbai local pass from the late 90s surfaces online, actor says 'life is a full circle'

Sonu has been arranging food and transportation for the workers

Sonu Sood’s Mumbai local pass from the late 90s surfaces online, actor says 'life is a full circle'

Bollywood actor Sonu Sood.

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, May 30
 

Over the last few weeks, Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has been winning hearts and earning praise for his efforts to help stranded migrant labourers reach their home states. 

Sonu has been arranging food and transportation for the workers.

Amid this, a photograph of his local train pass from the late 1990s surfaced online. 

A Twitter user—Arvind Pandey—posted the picture and created quite the buzz on social media. 

The picture is of a train ticket issued to the Dabangg actor in 1997 — he was 24-years-old at the time — for travel between Borivali and Churchgate and for the sum of Rs 420. 

“One who has struggled for real can only understand the pain of others,” Pandey wrote while sharing the photo.

The picture has sent Sood down memory lane, as he commented: “Life is a full circle”.

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