Uma Singh, a mountaineer, and cyclist from Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh climbed to the top of Africa’s highest peak, Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. She dedicated this feat to actor and social worker Sonu Sood.
Uma Singh cycled up to the first base point of Kilimanjaro and then walked to the top.
After reaching the peak, she unwrapped a poster of Sood that read, “The real hero of India.”
Uma, who dedicated the feat to Sonu Sood said, “For the first time in my life I have met a real-life hero and I wanted to do something for him. He stood up for our country in difficult circumstances, disregarding risks to his own life. You are the real hero of our country, Sonu Sood sir, and elder brother to everyone in India.”
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Sonu Sood touched by the mountaineer’s gesture wrote, “Wowwwww. Now I can say that I have been to Mt. Kilimanjaro So proud Uma.”