‘Get well soon sir’ trends on Twitter as Sonu Sood tests positive for COVID-19

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Sonu Sood tested positive for COVID-19 and Twitterverse is sending love to the actor as 'Get well soon sir' is trending. Read on Platocast.

Sonu Sood has tested positive for COVID-19 and the actor took to his social media to announce the same. While his post read COVID – Positive, it also said, Mood and Spirit – Super positive. The actor revealed that though he has tested positive, he now will have more time to help people. With all of that, he also mentioned how anyone who needs help can and must reach out to him.

Sood first made it to the headlines when he helped 1000s of migrant workers return home as lockdown hit us. Ever since, the actor has been supporting multiple causes working day in and day out. To say the least, he is the ‘Messiah’ that everyone was looking for and continues to be one. However, as Sonu tested positive for Coronavirus, it sure has netizens worried about him. Sending him good wishes and all the love, Twitter has come together to trend ”Get well soon sir’.

Netizens are hoping for his speedy recovery while also telling some of the kindest things to and about him. Right from how the world needs him right now to asking him to take absolute care, wishes are pouring in. A user wrote: the man who helped countless people during covid time has tested positive today for covid19 today. Get well soon sir.

Get Well Soon Sir is trending on Twitter as Sonu Sood tests positive:

Actor Pawan Kalyan, has also tested positive for Coronavirus, and fans have been sending him wishes as well. Among the Get Well Soon Sir trends, Twitterverse has also been sending good wishes to Kiccha Sudeepa, and Pawan Kalyan.

We wish Sonu Sood, Pawan Kalyan and Kiccha, a very speedy recovery. While the latter two are absolute heroes, Sood has also been the real-life hero to many. Among the many causes he has supported, he also urged the centre to cancel board exams among other issues. While Sonu tested positive for Coronavirus, his spirits continue to build up and it is visible through all the support he has been receiving!

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