27 Jul 2020, 10:14 am By Rohit Sindhu
Sonu Sood sends Tractor to a family: Family deserve a Tractor, so sending you one, tweets actor

Bollywood actor Sonu Sood once again with his philanthropy astounds people. This time he promised to provide the tractor to a poor family and the promise was fulfilled by evening. It all started when a journalist posted a video of daughters ploughing the land. The video caught attention to SonuSood. “This family doesn’t deserve a pair of ox. They deserve a Tractor. So sending you one. By evening a tractor will be ploughing your fields" tweets Sonu Sood. A 50 year old tea shop owner Veerathallu Nageswara Rao, could not meet his ends with the tea business. So he decided to culvitate the lands to curb his and familys misery. He with help of his daughters ploughed the land. His family decided to join him to start farming on their own. While the daughters, Vennela and Chandana pulled the plough, the farmer and his wife sowed the seeds.He used to run a tea shop in Madanapalle but due to the current pandemic, he had to return to his village and find other sources of income.

"We were residing in Madanapalli for the last 15 years and had a tea stall there. But, after the coronavirus lockdown was implemented, we closed our stall and stayed in our residence for a month. With little money left, we returned to our village in Rajuvaripalle. But we did not have enough money to hire tractors to cultivate the land. So, we started helping our father," Vennela, the elder daughter said.

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Lalita, the mother of the girls, said, "Our business was hampered due to the lockdown. After one month of lockdown, all our resources were exhausted. So, we returned to our native village. As there are good rains this year, we started agriculture work. But we have no money to rent a tractor. The rent of the tractor is â‚¹1,500 per hour. So, we decided to do the work on our own. I, along with my husband and daughters, are together performing the tasks".

In May 2020, during the nationwide lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sood helped thousands of stranded Indian migrant workers to reach their homes throughout India by arranging buses, special trains and chartered flights for them. His charity social service during the pandemic was lauded and was hailed as a real life hero in India. Fans from across the country, including the Telugu states, have been sending their love to their beloved ‘Pasupati’ for his kind heart. The actor will soon be seen in a key role in Bellamkonda Srinivas’ starrer Alludu Adhurs. He was last seen playing an antagonist in Sita. @SonuSood sir, Amaravati farmers salutes to your kindfull heart.Though responsible governments are showing no interest, people like you are the hope for farmers. Please support Amaravati Farmers“