Jim Sarbh and Shefali Shah from India. The Indian stars received nominations in the comedy category, as well as for the best performance by an actor and actress, respectively. The ceremony will also see film producer Ektaa Kapoor being honoured with the Directorate Award for her "trailblazing career and impact on the Indian television landscape".
International Emmy Awards 2023 will be live-streamed in India on Tuesday, November 21, at 6.30 am IST. However, the red carpet streaming will start on International Emmy Academy's website and its social media handles from 2.30 am IST. The International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced the names of the nominees on September 26.
Shefali Shah, 50, has secured a nomination for her powerful performance in the Netflix web series Delhi Crime Season 2. She is competing in this category with Connie Nielsen of Denmark, Billie Piper of UK and Karla Souza from Mexico. The first season of Delhi Crime had won the International Emmy for the best drama series in 2020, the first ever for India.
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Jim Sarbh, 36, has received a nomination in the best performance by an actor category for playing nuclear physicist Homi Bhabha in Rocket Boys. The SonyLIV series is created by filmmaker Nikkhil Advani. He is competing for this nomination with Gustavo Bassani of Argentina, Martin Freeman of the UK and Jonas Karlsson of. Read more on livemint.com