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Shefali Shah wins at Melbourne fest

Updated on: 16 August,2022 01:05 PM IST  |  Mumbai
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Shefali Shah has bagged the Best Actor (Female) award at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne for her performance in Jalsa

Shefali Shah wins at Melbourne fest

Shefali Shah

Actor Shefali Shah has bagged the Best Actor (Female) award at the latest edition of the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM). She won the prestigious award for her performance in Jalsa. Taking to her social media, she shared a video of her receiving the award at the festival. 

Suresh Triveni has helmed the Amazon Prime Video project, which also features Vidya Balan, Manav Kaul, Rohini Hattangadi, Vidhatri Bandi, Shrikant Mohan Yadav, Shafeen Patel, and Surya Kasibhatla. Apart from 'Jalsa', Shah enthralled the audience with her performances in Human and Darlings as well.

She described 2022 as a “creatively satisfying year.” 

Shah and Balan in JalsaShah and Balan in Jalsa

“Personally, 2022 has been an amazing and creatively satisfying year so far, as I got to work on some of the most stimulating stories and movies. With such great stories, be it 'Jalsa', 'Human' or 'Darlings', each piece of content this year has made me want to work more. I am so happy that the audience is embracing such diverse content and showering me with so much love,” she said.

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In the forthcoming days, she will feature in Delhi Crime 2 and Doctor G. Delhi Crime Season 2 will release on Netflix on August 26. The first season of the show, written and directed by Richie Mehta, was based on the Delhi police’s investigation of the 2012 Delhi gang rape. Tanuj Chopra has been credited as the showrunner and director of season 2.

'Doctor G' will feature Shah as Dr Nandini. The film also stars Ayushmann Khurrana and Rakul Preet Singh. It is touted as a social comedy and will be out on December 3.

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