Adil Hussain Starrer ‘Delhi Crime’ Bags International Emmy Award

Adil Hussain starrer Netflix show Delhi Crime bagged the Best Drama Series award at the 48th International Emmy Awards. The ‘Life of Pi’ actor took to twitter to share the news-

The series portrays the gruesome Delhi gang-rape case of 2012 with Shefali Shah in the role of a Deputy Commissioner. Directed by Richie Mehta, the show was released in 2019. This critically acclaimed show was rated 8.5/10 by IMDb.

In his acceptance speech, Mehta expressed gratitude to all the producers, the OTT platform Netflix that streams the show, the casting crew and the cast, with a special mention of Shefali Shah, his parents and wife, the Sundance Film Festival, and the Delhi police team headed by “Neeraj Kumar and the amazing Chhaya Sharma” that helped them bring the show alive.

Mahurat of ‘Dr Bezbaruah II’ to be held at Jyoti Chitraban in Guwahati

The original ‘Dr. Bezbaruah’ was released on November 7, 1969, was not only the first thriller and the first visibly successful commercial movie in the state

Guwahati: The Mahurat of ‘Dr Bezbaruah II’ to be held on Thursday, at around 12 pm at Jyoti Chitraban Film Studio in Guwahati.

The original ‘Dr. Bezbaruah’ was released on November 7, 1969, was not only the first thriller and the first visibly successful commercial movie in the state, but it also marked the 10th time an Assamese movie was honoured with the National Film Award. Produced under the banner of Rang Ghar Cine Production, it was directed by Brajen Barua.

Last month, AM Television Pvt Ltd announces the sequel ‘Dr. Bezbaruah II’ to be produced under its banner, presented by Dr. Sanjive Narain and co-produced by Dr. Akshata Narain in association with NR Motion Pictures.

The makers and cast of the much-anticipated movie are as follows:

Director: Nipon Goswami

Cast: Adil Hussain, Zubeen Garg, Sidharth Goswami, Kingkini Goswami, Nipon Goswami, Madhurima & Arun Hazarika

Music: Zubeen Garg | Story & Screenplay: Rajdweep | DOP: Hriday Gogoi

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