Sonu Sood denies joining political party ahead of Punjab elections, his sister Malvika will enter politics


Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has denied plans to join any political party ahead of the upcoming polls in Punjab. The actor, however, announced his sister’s decision to enter politics.

The actor confirmed the news on Sunday, adding that no calls have been taken regarding which party Malvika Sood will be joining.

Denying his own intention to join politics, Sonu Sood claimed that his family’s interest was education and health. He added that they want to serve the people of Punjab.

Sonu Sood, however, expresses a desire to join any platform that will allow him to be independent to work for the people.

“I will join any platform where there is no pulling leg and independence to work on. The platform can be political and apolitical,” the actor said.

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When asked which party Malvika Sood would join, the actor replied, “Party is not important but politics is. My sister will serve the people and the society.”

He added, however, “AAP and Congress are good parties.”

Sonu Sood, who had previously met Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi and Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi confirmed he would also meet Shiromani Akali Dal Chairman Sukhbir Singh Badal.

Sonu Sood called on the people to support her sister Malvika Sood.


Speaking of the recent Income tax investigation at his propertiesSonu Sood called it “a testing period” but said it “will not impact my service to people”.

The actor said his team would arrange free dialysis for patients.

It has also extended its support to farmers. Sonu Sood said, “I support farmers. They should have their right. We eat thanks to them.”

When asked why he was not being considered for Padma Shri, who was recently bestowed on actor Kangana Ranaut, Sonu Sood replied, “It is a matter of reflection.”

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