Shefali Shah and Jim Sarbh were not able to secure wins at the International Emmys for Best Actress and Best Actor, respectively. Shefali Shah was nominated for her role in “Delhi Crime,” while Jim Sarbh was nominated for his performance in “Rocket Boys.” The Best Actress award went to Mexican actress Karla Souza for her role in “Dive.” Other nominees in the category included Connie Nielsen in the Danish project “The Dreamer – Becoming Karen Blixen” and UK’s Billie Piper in “I Hate Suzie Too.” The Best Actor prize was awarded to UK’s Martin Freeman for his role in “The Responder.”
“Delhi Crime” is currently in its second season and follows police officer Vartika Chaturvedi, played by Shefali Shah. The first season of the show, which was based on the 2012 Delhi gang rape, won the Best Drama Series at the International Emmy Awards in 2020. The second season focuses on the criminal group known as the “Chaddi Baniyan Gang.” “Rocket Boys,” also in its second season, is based on the lives of physicists Homi J Bhabha, portrayed by Jim Sarbh, and Vikram Sarabhai, played by Ishwak Singh.
Vir Das received his second nomination and first win for Best Comedy Series. Ekta Kapoor, a producer, was honored with the International Emmy Directorate Award this year.
Shefali Shah has been sharing glimpses of her journey and attendance at the International Awards on social media. She gained recognition for her breakout role opposite Manoj Bajpayee in the 1998 film “Satya,” where she portrayed Pyaari, the wife of his character Bhiku Mhatre. She is known for her work in films such as “Monsoon Wedding,” “Dil Dhadakne Do,” “Darlings,” and others. She has also appeared in TV shows and web series, including “Tara,” “Banegi Apni Baat,” and last year’s “Humans.” Shefali Shah was recently seen in the film “Three Of Us.”
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