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money heist esther acebo aka stockholm house has lord ganesha painting fans reaction goes viral on social media.

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Lord Ganesha’s painting seen at Money Heist’s ‘Stockholm’ house

Highlights

  • Large picture of Lord Ganesh seen in Istar Esbo’s house, which is becoming increasingly viral on social media
  • In a video of the actress, an idol of Lord Ganesha was seen behind her.
  • Istar Esbo is very active on social media

Istar Esbo, who played the role of ‘Stockholm’ in the Money Heist web series, came into the limelight due to a special reason. Actually, a big picture of Lord Ganesha was seen in Istar Esbo’s house, which is becoming increasingly viral on social media.

Recently, in a video of the actress, the idol of Lord Ganesha was seen behind her, seeing which Indian fans are very happy and everyone is making this photo very viral.

Istar Esbo is very active on social media, she often shares her pictures and videos which go viral very fast. In the recently shared video, she is seen working with a big picture of Ganesha behind her. Due to this, everyone has been thinking that there is a statue of Ganesh ji in the house of the internationally renowned actress.

Many social media users are sharing the picture of Esther Acebo and calling it a matter of pride for India. While sharing the photo of the actress, a user wrote in the caption – Proud moment for India. Spanish actress Istar Esbo, who shot to international fame in the hit Netflix series Money Heist, proudly displayed pictures of Lord Ganesha in one of her videos.

Let us tell you that Aster has got a lot of popularity from the Netflix show Money Heist. Her character’s name in the show was Monica which was well-liked. In addition to Money Heist, he has acted in Ester Andal o Demonio, Emtes de Perder and the film Los Ensantados.

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