Money Heist star Esther Acebo once welcomes you into her home, chances are you’ll come across a huge picture of Lord Ganesha on one of the walls. The Spanish actor, popularly known for playing Mónica Gaztambide, also known as Stockholm in the Netflix crime drama, seems to be a follower of Indian customs.
In a post that went viral on social media, Esther is believed to be seen preparing a cup of tea, standing by a wall with the huge portrait of the Hindu deity. Esther’s clicks are reportedly snapshots of an Instagram live she did recently.
She is also a follower of yoga and her official Instagram account has several videos and photos of her yoga sessions.
money robbery cast has time and again acknowledged the immense love they receive from their Indian fans. Well aware of the admiration they enjoy in this part of the continent, the Spanish cast has also sent love back to India in the past. Actor Belén Cuesta, who plays Julia aka Manila, had once posted pictures with her Indian friends while celebrating the Holi festival.
during a exclusive chat of indianexpress.com, actor Itziar Ituño, who plays Raquel/Lisbon, said: “I’ve seen that (the love of Indian fans). I get chocolate boxes, flowers and letters from India to the Basque Country and I know the show is a huge success in India. We feel all that love here too. Of course I have tons of amazing women talking to me and sending things to me that it’s a great show.
money robbery‘s Helsinki, actor Darko Peric further told us, “I really hope to come to India one day.”
Itziar was also featured singing the Bollywood song “Chunar Chunar” from Biwi No. 1, starring Salman Khan and Sushmita Sen, in one of her interviews with an Indian publication.
The professor, Alvaro Morte, also spoke in a live session on Instagram about his character’s popularity in India and the love he receives from fans. ‘That is a country I would like to visit. I know many fans from India. I get a lot of messages there. They are all very nice and thank you so much for following us.”
Money Heist, originally called La Casa De Papel in Spanish, released the final installment of season five last month. It also marked the show’s finale and closed the curtains on the hit global series that aired for four years.