Srinagar- Bollywood star Sonu Sood, who is here in connection with the revised film policy of Jammu and Kashmir administration, surprised a street hawker by turning up at his stall and promoting his wares.
Sood took to the streets of a flea market in Batmaloo in the city and started interacting with Shameem Khan, who has been selling shoes and slippers for over a decade.
The 48-year-old actor, who has earned public appreciation for supporting migrant workers during the pandemic, inquired about the rates of the slippers and asked Khan to give him some discount.
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Sood then urged his fans to visit Khan’s stall.
“Whoever wants to buy shoes, come to Shameem bhai’s stall and he will give you a discount if you take my name,” the actor said in a video posted on his Instagram.
“Kitna discount doge?(how much discount would you offer?,” the actor asked, to which khan said, “20 per cent.”
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