Sonu Sood stopped celebrating birthday after parents' death
Sonu, who was born in Moga, Punjab, in 1974, said he stopped celebrating his birthday after his parents' death and now prefers being surrounded by his close ones every year.
As he turns a year older tomorrow, Sonu Sood recalls how his parents made sure to throw him a huge party on his birthday.
"I have not been celebrating my birthday for a couple of years. I just spend time with my family. Since I lost my parents, the whole zeal of celebrating birthday fizzled out. I believe celebrations will always be incomplete without them.
"They used to throw great parties on my birthdays, but now I mostly spend my birthday. working. Only a few of my close friends come over with a cake and we have dinner together. But otherwise, I am not into big celebrations," Sonu told PTI.
"I am associated with charities working for acid attack survivors. I am very closely associated with them. We take care of their treatment and surgeries. Doing this gives me a great high on my birthday."
"I am excited that the audience will get to see me in three completely different roles," he said.
The actor, who recently wrapped up the first schedule of Rohit Shetty's "Simmba", said working with the director was a dream come true.
The team of the movie, which also features Sara Ali Khan, will soon start filming the second schedule in Mumbai. "Simmba" is slated to release in December.
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