Actor and social worker Sonu Sood revealed some time ago that he was writing a book on his life. Now the title of his autobiography has been revealed, which reads ‘I Am No Messiah’. This book will be written in First Person. It will also mention all the troubles that Sonu faced while delivering help to labourers during the lockdown.
The book will be available in two languages viz. Hindi and English. Sonu has shared the book cover and other details on social media. Sonu writes “‘I am no messiah’, will come in December. This is the story of my life. As well as thousands of those migrant labourers.”
The book is being published by Penguin India. Sonu Sood shared the cover of this book with author Mira K. Iyer. The book tells the story about what inspired him to undertake such difficult task. Many migrant labourers consider Sonu Sood their Messiah. However, Sonu does not consider himself to be the Messiah.
In an interview Sonu said-“People are very kind and they like to call me Messiah. But the truth is that I am not the Messiah. I do what my heart says. As a human being it is our responsibility to help each other. I am thankful to God for choosing me to help the migrants. My heart beats in Mumbai but after this movement only I feel that a part of me is in UP, Bihar, Jharkhand, Assam, Uttrakhand and all other states. Where I found my new friends and deep relationships. So I decided to give the book the appearance of all these experiences and stories that have been associated with my soul.”