Bollywood actor Sonu Sood is riding high with a tag of a ‘real-life hero’ from netizens for his social initiatives and exceptional philanthropy work during the coronavirus pandemic, garnering praises and love from every section of the society. Now, the actor has inaugurated an ambulance service in Telangana under his name to help underprivileged patients across cities and villages. According to reports, the ambulance service was started by one of his fans, who is a trained swimmer, and named it ‘Sonu Sood Ambulance Service’ as he honours the actor’s selfless actions and efforts towards the underprivileged. The aim of this ambulance service is to help patients who cannot afford medical facilities and will be spread across states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Recently, taking to his social media handles, the ‘Dabangg’ actor shared a video of himself attempting to stitch clothes on a sewing machine and had a funny caption to it that reads, ‘Sonu Sood tailor shop.’ He also joked that services at his shop would be free of cost but there is no guarantee of the length as he sews a pair of shorts instead of pants. Earlier, the actor was overwhelmed when he visited the famous Shirdi temple in Maharashtra and his fans surrounded him while calling him the ‘real hero’ during his exit from the Sai Baba Temple. In the viral video, the actor was seen being escorted out at the entrance, filled with a big crowd waiting to get a glimpse of their favourite star. Amid all his humanitarian work and getting appreciation from people, the actor is facing legal troubles as well. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has filed a police complaint against the actor for converting a six-story residential building in Mumbai’s Juhu area into a hotel without BMC’s permission. On the work front, Sonu Sood will be next seen in a Bollywood film titled ‘Kisaan’.