The official Money Heist YouTube channel features the works of Indian artist Abhishek Salvi

New Delhi [India], March 7 (ANI/PNN): Money Heist has been a popular show for more than two years now and the team recently showcased the work of an Indian artist for the very first time on their official YouTube channel. This event comes as a celebration for the Indian fans as they would now believe that their work can now be recognized by popular teams worldwide.

The Indian digital artist featured is Abhishek Salvi from Gujarat. He is an artist who has reached a height where his work is appreciated and recognized by many. One such event that shone a light on his work was when his works were featured in a video on “La Casa De Papel”, the official Money Heist YouTube channel. “Being a fan of the cast and the story, I did some artwork of The Professor and Berlin (characters from the show) and posted them on my Instagram page,” says Abhishek, who has always been active on his Instagram page for his work to reach more and more people, from where he can get both appreciation and customers. Abhishek Salvi becomes the only Indian artist whose works have been selected and appreciated in the official video released by the channel.

It is true that Instagram has allowed people to show off their skills to the world, but at the same time, it has also made almost every field very competitive. Having gone through all the struggles single-handedly, believing only in the best and working hard, Abhishek Salvi sets an example with his achievements.

Money Heist was particularly impressed after Abhishek Salvi’s amazing work was appreciated and appreciated by many actors and production houses like Vin Diesel, Tom Felton, Pedro Alonso, Taapsee Pannu, Manoj Bajpayee, Hardik Pandya, SKF films, Bhansali Productions and Excel Movies. This story is provided by PNN. ANI shall in no way be responsible for the content of this article. (ANI/PNN)

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