He not only organized free concerts during the first month of the lockdown, but also helped create Jayatu Jayatu Bharatam with Isra (Indian Singers’ Rights Organization), which had 111 singers who sang for the Prime Minister’s Care Fund. Sonu was the curator for this project. They were also part of the concert for the PM Cares Foundation of ‘Sangeet Setu’, where the singers performed for 3 days and were seen by a total of 540 million people.
Sonu’s efforts were honored by the prestigious’ Bharat Ratna Dr. Ambedkar’s Award was recognized by the Jury Committee and presented to him by Governor Shri Bhagat Singh Koshyari at his residence, Raj Bhavan in a ceremony held on November 7, 2020.
A source close to Sonu said, “The epidemic changed our lives completely and the world needed people to move forward and move forward on this occasion. From holding online concerts to curating shows to support the foundations of MM care, Sonu extended a helping hand and took note of all the relief work done by the jury members. No, I hope this encourages more people to come out and help those in need. “
The corporation, which received the award at Raj Bhavan in November, is continuing its relief efforts and believes that we should all try to help others in any way we can.
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