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Sonu Sood feels 'proud' to join Special Olympics Bharat as brand ambassador

Written by  Rajan Nath -- August 02nd 2021 01:44 PM -- Updated: August 02nd 2021 01:49 PM
Sonu Sood feels 'proud' to join Special Olympics Bharat as brand ambassador

Sonu Sood feels 'proud' to join Special Olympics Bharat as brand ambassador

Special Olympics World Winter Games 2022: Indian actor Sonu Sood has always been a step forward to aid those in need, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. The 'Dabangg' star has now added another feather to his cap by becoming the brand ambassador of India at the Special Olympics.

The Special Olympics is scheduled to be held in Russia. He took to his Instagram account to share a picture of him wearing the jersey and posing with the Special Olympics Red Ball.

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He wrote, "Feeling proud today as I'm chosen to be the Brand Ambassador for India at the #SpecialOlympics to be held in Russia! I'm sure our champions will make us proud and I wish them all the best! Jai Hind."

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The virtual event of the inaugural session was viewed by over 500 athletes, coaches, families, officials, and volunteers.

Opening up about becoming the brand ambassador for India at the Special Olympics, Sonu Sood said that "Today is a very special day for me and I am delighted to join this journey of Inclusion with Special Olympics Bharat."

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Meanwhile, the actor said that he was feeling privileged to join the Special Olympics Bharat family.

In his role as the brand ambassador for Special Olympics Bharat, Sonu will be leading the team of Special Olympics Bharat Athletes who will travel to Kazan to participate in the Special Olympics World Winter Games in January 2022.

-PTC News

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