Shefali Shah lost out on the International Emmy for Best Actress for her performance in Delhi Crime. The award went to Mexican actress Karla Souza for her role in Dive. The other nominees in the category were Connie Nielsen in the Danish project The Dreamer – Becoming Karen Blixen and UK’s Billie Piper in I Hate Suzie Too.

Earlier, Shefali Shah was on cloud nine and super excited to be present at the prestigious 51st International Emmy Awards 2023, as she bagged a nomination in the Best Performance by an Actress category for her portrayal of DCP Vartika Chaturvediin the Netflix series “Delhi Crime Season 2′.

On the red carpet, she added an Indian touch to her look.
Shefali Shah walked the International Emmy Awards red carpet in a beautiful red gold saree in New York on Monday (local time).

Shefali Shah, Vir Das, Jim Sarbh bag International Emmy Awards nominations

For glam on this special occasion, she kept her makeup minimal and wore a saree with a traditional golden statement necklace. Her wavy hair definitely accentuated her ethnic look. A red round bindi complimented her look.
Taking to Instagram, International Emmy Awards shared Shefali’s look in their story.
Helmed by Tanuj Chopra, the series starrred Shefali as the protagonist, DCP Vartika Chaturvedi, while Rajesh Tilang, and Rasika Duggal in the lead roles. Produced by SK Global Entertainment, Golden Karavan and Film Karavan, ‘Delhi Crime S2’ was inspired by true events.

The first season of the show was based on the Delhi Police’s investigation into the 2012 Delhi gangrape. It was the first Indian web series to win an International Emmy Award. Shefali also left the audiences spellbound with her magnetic screen presence and brilliant performances in ‘Jalsa‘, ‘Human’, and ‘Darlings’ and ‘Doctor G’, among others.

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