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Netflix’s web series Delhi Crime Best Drama Series has been selected at the 48th International Emmy Awards. With this, it has become the first web series to win an Emmy Award from India. The series was directed by Richie Mehta. Now expressed happiness over winning the first Emmy Award for the country. Richie has said that I never thought that this series would get an Emmy Award.
The series was inspired by the Nirbhaya case
Richie expressed his happiness to Dainik Bhaskar, saying that this victory is a salute to the hard work of hundreds of people who have worked hard for many years behind it. Delhi Crime is a fictional story based on the Nirbhaya rape case. This is a web series full of anger, frustration, love and sorrow. I am thankful to every person associated with this series and his vision behind this story.
Who is the director of Delhi Crime Richie Mehta
Richie is a Canadian film producer of Indian origin. For him this victory also matters because from the series he has set an example of his debut on the digital platform. Richie’s first feature film Amal was released in 2008. After this Richie also made I Will Follow You Down, Siddharth and India in a Day. Delhi Crime 2019 was released on Netflix in March.
Akash himself took part in the Protest Actor and casting director Akash Dahiya said – Delhi Crime received the award because its treatment was quite raw and real. We did not allow it to be loud and filmy. The camera was work real, with the camera moving simultaneously in every scene. It was not that he put a block and the scene is being shot. The camera was absolutely handy during the entire shoot. Tripod not used.
Research on the investigation conducted by the Delhi Police in the Nirbhaya case was very deep. Director Richie did 4-5 years of research on it. Actually, during the Nirbhaya incident, Richie was all in Delhi. In those days, I also used to go to India Gate to protest. Ritchie then met with the Hundred Persons from all sides.