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We should change many more lives together: When Sonu Sood met spiritual icon AiR

Press Release | DC Correspondent

Published on: August 10, 2023 | Updated on: August 10, 2023
Sonu Sood with AiR-Atman in Ravi

Sonu Sood with AiR-Atman in Ravi

Sonu Sood, the actor who turned a hero in real life when he helped many poor people go back to their home towns whilst they were stuck in the Covid-induced lockdown, recently visit a humanitarian home in Bengaluru, run by spiritual icon and noted author AiR-Atman in Ravi. During the meeting, the duo spoke about spirituality, helping the needy, and making the world a better place to live in. When he discovered as to how the spiritual mentor was changing lives at his humanitarian homes, the actor said, "We should change many more lives together", we and couldn’t help but agree more.

Sonu Sood’s spiritual side too was revealed here and spoke about finding the Spiritual awakening in life, "The stage of awakening happens when you want to give back to the society and it can happen irrespective of the background, whether you belong to the business class or service class. I experienced this in the last 3-4 years and felt an immense desire to reach out and help as many people as possible. AiR has been changing the lives of so many through his endeavours and I look forward to collaborating with him in the future so that together we can transform many more people."

Sonu Sood further elaborated, "I had a great time with AiR-Atman in Ravi. We both share same goals in life, that of making people happy and respected. The whole family created by AiR is a commendable move." The two were present at AiR’s Humanitarian Home in Bengaluru which houses about 800 destitute and homeless people. With an aim to ensure a roof over the head for any abandoned or homeless infant, adult or elderly, AiR has positively impacted the lives of many. These homes have been crucial to transforming the lives of many for the past 30 years now.

"With infants to elderly to victims of abuse, we help anybody and everybody in need. It is heart wrenching to see people malnourished, starving, and in some terrible cases they have injuries and are so ignored that wounds have become maggot infested. We help such victims stand back on their feet. This dream project of mine runs from three centres in Bengaluru-Bannerghatta, Chikkagubbi Village, and Chandapura. And we are certain that  we can change the world if we get help from everybody, in whatever way possible," said AiR.

The two realised that this idea of Humanitarian homes should spread across big cities, and they will need more people in this journey. Sonu Sood feels AiR is a blessed soul and more people like him will certainly help to take the legacy forward and spread the good deeds across the country. With time we can only expect that these Spiritual and Philanthropist forces will come together to help more needy on a grand scale or in a bigger way.

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