The producer of the popular Spanish drama series Money Heist is getting ready to release the fifth season's second half. In Hyderabad, there is a mixed reaction to the series. A head-turner at the necklace road MmTM station has a painting of the fictitious character Sergio Marquina by the series' Alvaro Morte. Artist Ranjit Dahiya, who created these photographs, is now working on a new piece near the Ameerpet metro station. According to rumours in the media, the frame would feature images of burglars in renowned red jackets puffing out after stealing in a dark room. The painting on the 50x35 foot wall is still in its early phases, with a black background and a red outline. It has already piqued everyone's interest.
"Many people are asking me if it is a money theft scenario," said Ranjit, the director of the Bollywood Art Project (BAP) in Mumbai. I just respond by telling you that you'll find out shortly. He is well-known for his Bollywood actor paintings and movie posters all over the world. I am visiting Hyderabad for the first time, according to a well-known artist. In the previous 28 years, I've painted all around the world. Some tasks were completely uninteresting to me, while others were compensated. I've always wanted to visit Hyderabad, and I'm excited to finish my project there. He claims that this painting is not for advertising and that there is no trace of a money heist logo or a Netflix logo on it. These red jackets and face masks are a type of symbol that quickly connects everyone to them.
"When I started, I was just eager about this movie," the artist recalls of his street art venture, BAP and the cups met Hyderabadis. I never imagined I'd be able to execute it on such a grand scale. I've only been in Hyderabad for three days and already have some commission. Ranjit expressed his thoughts on his work, stating that 'History of Bollywood' and 'Poster Collection of Indian Film' were recently shown at an exhibition in La Rochelle, France.