India, July 30 -- Sonu Sood, who has been working tirelessly for the welfare of migrant labourers over the last three months, isn't going to take a day off on his birthday, either. On his special day, the actor has planned to organise medical camps across the country which, he expects, around 50,000 people to attend.

"I have been planning this for quite some time, and I've been speaking to a lot of doctors in Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Punjab and Orissa. But now, floods have hit Assam and Bihar, so we are figuring out how to hold them there. They can't be regular camps where thousands of people used to come. It will be free of cost," reveals the actor, who turns 47 today.

When asked why it won't be like normal camps, Sood says it's because...