International Emmys 2020: Delhi Crime, Four More Shots Please and Arjun Mathur score nominations for Indian web series


Amazon Prime’s Four More Shots Please and actor Arjun Mathur have been nominated at the International Emmys. The Netflix series Delhi Crime also scored a nomination. Delhi Crime, a police drama with Shefali Shah in the lead and created by Richie Mehta, was nominated in the Best Drama category.

While Amazon Original Series Four More Shots Please!, produced by Pritish Nandy Communications, has bagged a nomination at the prestigious 2020 International Emmy® Awards in the Best Comedy Series category, actor Arjun Mathur has been recognized in the category of Best Performance by an Actor for his excellent performance as Karan in Amazon Original Series Made in Heaven produced by Tiger Baby and Excel Media and Entertainment.

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Aparna Purohit, Head of India Originals, Amazon Prime Video said, “It’s an occasion of immense pride and honour to learn that our Indian Originals have been recognized with these prestigious International Emmy nominations. We constantly endeavour to create stories that are intensely local but can transcend all boundaries of geography, nationality and ethnicity, and these nominations only reaffirm that we are on the right path. We are thrilled with the nominations and are delighted to share this moment with Pritish Nandy Communications, Tiger Baby and Excel Media and Entertainment.”


Produced by Pritish Nandy Communications, Four More Shots Please! is the only Indian title in the Best Comedy Series category and Arjun Mathur is also the only Indian to compete in the category of Best Performance by an Actor.

Delhi Crime inspired by the 2012 gruesome gang rape case that jolted the entire country will compete against Charité 2- Season 2 (Germany), Criminal UK (United Kingdom) and El Jardín de Bronce (The Bronze Garden) – Season 2, from Argentina. Four More Shots Please will compete against the UK’s Back to Life, Fifty (Israel) and Brazil’s Ninguém tá Olhando (Nobody’s Looking).

(Source: Agencies/Twitter)