Farah Khan finds Sonu Sood’s first ‘so called professional’ photoshoot ‘Historic’

Actor Sonu Sood recently shared a "historic picture" from his "first so-called "Professional" portfolio on social media. The actor's headshot was accompanied by a small message that says "And I thought there couldn't be a better image than this No surprise my mind was acting like a light stand in the background that was missing a bulb."

While many fans and well-wishers praised Sonu Sood's style and appearance, celebrities such as Kubbra Sait and Sonal Chauhan made funny comments. Farah Khan, who directed Sonu Sood's "Happy New Year," also commented on the image, writing, "This shot is fantastic!!!" “@farahkhankunder this photo got me HAPPY NEW YEAR,” Sonu replied to her comment.



Other than Farah Khan many celebrities commented on his post  like, Ridhima pandit , Karishma Tanna and Sonal Chauhan below down their comments are mentioned.



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Meanwhile, on Ganesh Chaturthi, Sonu recently brought home Ganpati and celebrated the celebration with his family in the normal way. He said prayers and performed aarti with his wife. The actor then gave away prasad to his followers who had gathered outside his home.

Sonu will soon be seen in the film ‘Prithviraj,' alongside Akshay Kumar and Manushi Chillar. The actors have already begun filming. He's also working on a few projects in the south.

by Rashi Tiwari | Sun, Sep 12 - 06:30 PM

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