Malvika Sood, sister of Bollywood actor Sonu Sood, is going to contest the Punjab Assembly elections. The actor gave this information by holding a press conference on Sunday, he said that he had not decided on which party he would enter the electoral fray, but they would announce this information at right time. During a press conference in Moga, actor Sood said that Malvika is ready, and there is no break in the spirit of serving the people. It is expected that Malvika will contest from Moga’s seat.
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Bollywood actor Sonu Sood recently met Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi. Earlier, he had also met Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal. Now there is speculation that soon, he may also meet with other party leaders.
Who is Malvika Sood?
The youngest of three siblings, Malvika Sood Sachar (38) is a social worker. She is well known for her social work in the field of education and health in the Moga district. The way actor Sonu Sood helped people during the Covid period, his image has become that of an artist, as well as a social worker. Apart from this, the name of his eldest sister is Monica Sharma, who is in America. She is a pharmaceutical professional. Currently, Malavika and Sonu together run a charity foundation in memory of their late parents.
Malvika is a qualified computer engineer and runs the IELTS coaching centre in Moga city, providing free English coaching to needy students. She was married to Gautam Sachar. The husband and wife together handle the charity project of the foundation.
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Gautam Sachar is an educationist, he says that more than 20 thousand children are supporting studies all over the country, besides bearing the cost of surgery of needy patients. During the Kovid period, Malvika also used to run free online classes for poor children.
In an interview with The Indian Express, Malvika said that she is very proud of the Punjabi values, which teach to serve others. The ‘Punjabiyat’ that is in us and what our parents taught us, is the result of that we are unable to see anyone’s sorrow and try to help. During the conversation, he said that if our parents were alive today, they would have been happy to see how Sonu is helping the needy.
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