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Delhi Crime wins Best Drama series at Emmy Awards 2020 and deservedly so

The world woke up to the happy news of ‘Delhi Crime wins Best Drama Series’ at the International Emmy Awards 2020. It was a while ago that the nominations had impressed everyone, except for one (you know if you know!). None the less, Delhi Crime is indeed a series that deserved the recognition, and rightly so.

With a cast that includes Shefali Shah, Rasika Dugal, Adil Hussain, and Rajesh Tailang in key roles. The series has already been renewed for a second season and narrates the horrific gang rape from 2012. While the show did not garner as much word before its release, it did leave a lasting impact on everyone.

As Delhi Crime wins Best Drama series at International Emmy Awards 2020, here’s why we think it rightly deserves so!

It goes on to do its own thing without glorifying any particular section shown throughout. One might come to believe that the police will be shown as a force to reckon with, but that’s not the cast. There is every attempt made by the makers to keep things natural and free-flowing! It is undoubtedly one of the best parts of the series, one that also keeps us hooked to it.

If one comes to think of it, much of the series is about narrating everything that went through, sans any gory details, of course. Yet, if anything, it does leave a long-lasting impact and a lot to think about. For us as viewers, it does leave one uncomfortable but only questioning the state of crime in the country.

As Delhi Crime wins Best Drama Series at International Emmy Awards 2020, it isn’t just a step up, but also a step ahead. Kudos to everyone’s acting skills and also all that we see on-screen, subtle yet hard-hitting.

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S.J
There is no such thing as enough of reading and writing, or so I believe. While everything else might cause saturation, words always come to the rescue. A writer for a major part of my life, I take things as they come, but not without a pen and paper.

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