The internet collection Delhi Crime has received the Best Drama Series award on the 48th International Emmy Awards, held just about this 12 months owing to the continuing Covid pandemic. The present turns into the primary Indian programme to win an International Emmy.
The information was confirmed by the International Emmy Awards on its official web page on Twitter. “The International Emmy for Drama Series goes to ‘Delhi Crime’ produced by @GoldenKaravan / @skglobalent / @NetflixIndia,” tweeted @iemmys, with the tags #India!, #iemmys and #iemmyWIN.
Writer-director Richie Mehta’s seven-episode collection has Shefali Shah within the central function of DCP Vartika Chaturvedi, and narrates the story of investigation within the aftermath of the heinous Delhi gang-rape of December 2012.
Shefali posted a video on her official Instagram web page that reveals the award being introduced. As quickly because the present is asserted winner within the Drama Series class, Shefali could be heard reacting with delirious pleasure. Although we do not see her within the video, she could be heard shrieking “Oh my God!” a number of occasions.
“OMGGGGGGGGGGGG OMGGGGGGGGGGGG OMGGGGGGGGGGGG,” she wrote as caption to the video.
In his acceptance speech, writer-director Mehta thanked all of the producers, the OTT platform Netflix that streams the present, the casting crew and the forged, with a particular point out of Shefali Shah, his mother and father and spouse, the Sundance Film Festival, and the Delhi police staff headed by “Neeraj Kumar and the amazing Chhaya Sharma” that helped them carry the present alive.
“The project was led by women, it was financed and put together and released by women, this crime was solved by women, this is for the courage of those women and all the women who not only endure the violence that so many men inflict on them, but then are tasked with solving the problem,” mentioned Mehta.
He paid a particular tribute to the sufferer and her mom. “Finally the fearless and tireless hero of all mothers and her daughter. Not a day goes by when I don’t think about you both and what the world subjected you two to. And I hope none of us ever forget that,” he mentioned.
The fictionalised crime drama collection additionally options Rasika Dugal, Adil Hussain, Rajesh Tailang, Avijit Dutt, Gopal Dutt, Jaya Bhattacharya, Denzil Smith and Yashaswini Dayama in pivotal roles.
Adil Hussain tweeted his congratulations to the entire staff. “Delhi Crime wins the Emmy @iemmys International Awards for Best Drama. Congratulations @RichieMehta unmatchable @ShefaliShah dearest @rajeshtailang and whole team Big Big Congratulations!” he wrote, with smiley and fireworks emojis.
“OMG …. #delhicrime grabs @iemmys. Congratulations to the whole team,” tweeted Rajesh Tailang.