The 51st International Emmy Awards were held at the New York Hilton Midtown, New York City on November 20th, 2023 to honour the achievements in film and television performances. The stars graced the red carpet in sequin silhouettes, bodycon dresses, dramatic trails and the stunning forever black. This colossal night of film soiree is held to honour the pinnacle of global television, felicitating the contributors of film industry across the world.
Some of the astonishing looks came by several stars gracing the red carpet this year. From Park Eunbin who wore a beige gown with floral designs on it to the squad of ‘Yargi (Family Secrets)’ in classic black, the event was filled with elegance and glamour. Karla Souza bagged the Best Film Actress award for her role in ‘La Ca-da (Dive)’. She wore a ruched metallic dress and also flaunted her baby bump as she received the award.
Actor and stand-up comedian Vir Das, along with Jim Sarbh and Shefali Shah, were among the nominees from India. Producer & Director Ekta Kapoor also bagged the Directorate Award for her contribution to the world of television & entertainment. Vir Das won the International Emmy award for Best Comedy Series for his Netflix stand-up special ‘Vir Das: Landing’. Jim Sarbh lost the best actor award to Martin Freeman for his depiction of Homi J Bhabha in ‘Rocket Boys’ but was equally praised for his acting nuances. Shefali Shah received a nod in the nominations for Best Actress for Delhi Crime Season 2 but lost to Karla Souza. While Jim Sarbh and Vir Das looked dapper in a black suit, Ekta Kapoor opted for an orange sharara and Shefali Shah adorned herself in six yards of elegance in the shade red.
BRIEF LIST OF AWARDS:
Best Actress: Karla Souza in La Cada (Dive)
Best Actor: Martin Freeman in The Responder
Best Comedy: Vir Das: Landing and Derry Girls – Season 3
Best TV Movie/Mini-Series: La Cada (Dive)
Best Non-Scripted Entertainment: A Ponte – The Bridge Brasil
Best Short-Form Series: Des Gens Bien Ordinaires (A Very Ordinary World)
Best Documentary: Mariupol – The People’s Story
Best Sports Documentary: Harley and Katya
Best Arts Programming: Buffy Sainte-Marie: Carry It On
Best Animation for Kids: The Smeds and The Smoos
Best Factual And Entertainment For Kids: Built To Survive
Best Live-Action For Kids: Heartbreak High
Best Telenovela: Yargi (Family Secrets)