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'I Want To Be The Professor', Says Ayushmann Khurrana; Plays Bella Ciao From 'Money Heist'

As COVID-19 spreads across the globe and millions of people stay cooped indoors, the fourth season of Netflix is the most-watched non-English drama on Netflix.

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Ayushmann Khurrana has a message for the 'reverent filmmakers' and is putting it out in the universe. The actor took to his social media handle to share a beautiful video of him playing 'Bella Ciao' from the popular Netflix series 'Money Heist'.

'Dream Girl' actor wrote that he wants to play the role of a professor (Spanish star Alvaro Morte, better known in this part of the world as The Professor of Spanish crime drama 'Money Heist'). In the caption, Ayushmann wrote, " Please! I’m dying to do something like this." Khurrana also added that he is now restless and can't wait to be back on sets and work, like every other person on this planet — who want to step out and go to work. 

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The actor concluded that patience is a virtue and played piano. Bhumi Pednekar commented, "You are totally acing his look". Tanuj Garg wrote, "U have an uncanny resemblance with him in this profile !!!" [sic]

As COVID-19 spreads across the globe and millions of people stay cooped indoors, the fourth season of Netflix is the most-watched non-English drama.

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I’m watching... I’m always watching... @lacasadepapel #parte4 #ElProfesor @vancouvermedia_ @netflix @netflixes

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