Sonu Sood may have been missing from the list of Padma awardees. But his reputation as the messiah of the masses grows with each passing day. Fans and admirers continue to shower their reverence for this do-gooder in unique ways. The latest entrant into the Sonu Sood fan club is a cyclist Narayan Kisanlal Vyas from Washim in Maharashtra who will in his own words, “Ride for the Real Hero Of India” for 2,000 kms from Central India to the Ram Setu in Tamil Naidu.
Says the hero-worshipping cyclist, “I have been cycling for the last five years covering many long tours across the country for the social and national cause. I cycled from Washim Maharashtra to Wagha Border 1800 km in 9 days. I have also done the famous Brevet cycling events having peddled maximum km in minimum hours. From 7 Feb to 14 Feb I will be on a journey of 2000 km starting from Washim Maharashtra to Ramsetu (The last land of India)The route of the journey is Washim - Hyderabad - Bangalore-Madurai- Ramsetu. This ride is dedicated to you, Sonu sir.”
Overwhelmed Sony Sood says, “Every day I am rewarded beyond my wildest dreams for doing something that I enjoy. By helping people I’m only doing what each one of us should do, especially in these trying times. To have Narayan Kisanlal Vyas cycle for 2,000 kilometres for me is the biggest award I can ever get. I am humbled.”
Narayan Kisanlal Vyas’ journey in honour of Sonu Sood on 7 February.
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