|Sonu Sood||Biography 2O21|
|Birthday||30 July 1973|
|Birthplace||Moga, Punjab, India|
|School||Sacred Heart School, Moga|
|College||Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, Nagpur|
|Qualifications||Graduation (Electronic Engineer)|
|Famous As||Negative Role for the Bollywood Movie ‘Dabangg‘|
|Debut Movie||Kallazhagar (1999)|
|Mother||Saroj Sood (Teacher)|
|Sisters||Monika Sood, Malvika Sood|
|Wife Name||Sonali Sood|
Ayaan Sood, Eshaan Sood
|Height||188 cm (in feet inches- 6′ 2″)|
|Weight||78 kg (in pounds- 172 lbs)|
|Body Measurements||40-32-14 (Chest: 40 Inches, Waist: 32 Inches, Biceps: 14 Inches)|
|Favorite Food||Aloo Ka Paratha|
|Favorite Movie||Dabangg,Beta, Raja, Tezaab, etc.|
|Favorite Actor||Amitabh Bachchan|
|Favorite Color||Black, White|
|Famous For||Shaheed-E-Aazam (2002), Yuva (2004), Aashiq Banaya Aapne (2005), Jodhaa Akbar, Singh Is King (2008). Dabangg (2010), Bbuddah. Hoga Tera Baap (2011), Shootout At Wadala, R.. Rajkumar (2013), Entertainment, Happy New Year (2014), Gabbar Is Back (2015)|
|Award||Nandi Award for Best Villain, IIFA Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role, Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Telugu, Best Actor in a Negative Role, Stardust Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role|
Sonu Sood used to be born on 30 July 1973 (age 47 years; as in 2020) in Moga, Punjab, India. He pursuing commencement (Electronic Engineer) from Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, Nagpur. His father’s identity is Shakti Sood and his mom’s title is Saroj Sood (Teacher).
Sonu Sood is an Indian film actor and model. Who works predominantly in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Punjabi motion pictures. Sonu Sood made his Film debut with the film Kallazhagar which used to be launched in 1999. His maximum acclaimed movie Dabangg which was released in 2010, was once praised for his Negative Role within the film.
In 2009, he gained the Andhra Pradesh State Nandi Award for Best Villain and the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Telugu for his paintings within the Telugu blockbuster Arundhati. In 2010, he garnered the Apsara Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role and the IIFA Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role for the Bollywood movie Dabangg. In 2012, he received the SIIMA Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role (Telugu) for Julayi.
 He is best possible known for roles in films such as Yuva (2004), Athadu (2005), Aashiq Banaya Aapne (2005), Ashok (2006), Jodhaa Akbar (2008), Arundhati (2009), Dookudu (2011), Shootout at Wadala (2013), Happy New Year (2014), Kung Fu Yoga (2017) and Simmba (2018). He additionally gave the impression in advertisements for Apollo Tyres and Airtel.
In July 2016, he established the manufacturing house Shakti Sagar Productions, which is called after his father, Shakti Sagar Sood. In September 2020, Sood was selected for the ‛SDG Special Humanitarian Action Award by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for his humanitarian works all over the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 1999, Sood was presented to Tamil language films with Kallazhagar and Nenjinile. Sood earned popularity as Abhishek Bachchan’s brother in Mani Ratnam’s Yuva in 2004 and in Aashiq Banaya Aapne in 2005. In 2009, he played the function of Pasupathy in Arundhati.
In 2009, he starred as a gangster in Anjanielu opposite Robi Tejar. In 2010 he co-starred opposite Salman Khan in Dabangg, starring Abhinav Kashyap in the lead role. His debut with Kannada Sudip, Vishnuvardhan (2011), published a positive review of his performance. The State Election Commission appointed him as the “State Icon of Punjab”.
Social work during the COVID-19 pandemic
In May 2020, all over the national lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sood helped hundreds of stranded Indian migrant staff to achieve their homes by arranging buses, special trains, and chartered flights for them. In July 2020 he organized a chartered flight to bring home over 1,500 Indian students stranded in Kyrgyzstan, flying them from Bishkek to Varanasi. His charity during the pandemic used to be lauded, and he was hailed as a real-life hero in India.
On 25 July 2020, a video of a farmer’s daughters plowing a field, like bulls with a yoke on their shoulders, went viral over social media. Sood temporarily sent the family a tractor. On five August 2020, he helped 101 clinical scholars, predominantly from Tamil Nadu, who were stranded in Moscow during the lockdown, succeed in Chennai safely on a chartered flight organized by means of him when they contacted his crew for help.
On his birthday he introduced a website and app referred to as Pravasi Rojgar to help migrant staff find suitable jobs amid the pandemic. On 19 February 2021, Sood introduced an initiative ‘Ilaaj India platform to provide healthcare products and services for needy people. In December 2020 he printed I Am No Messiah, an autobiographical book, narrating his adventure to changing into an actor, and narrating his social paintings right through the pandemic.
In 2021, Sood equipped much-needed oxygen crops and cylinders for COVID-19 sufferers in India. Sood and Kumar Vishwas have supported the Aao Gaon Bachayein (“Save the Villages”) campaign began via comedian poet and satirist Pankaj Prasun.