iReel Awards: Nimrat Kaur Bags Best Actress (Drama) For Her Stand-Out Role in The Test Case
In The Test Case, Nimrat Kaur essays the intriguing role of Captain Shikha Sharma who is training to be the first woman test case in a combat role, within the Indian Army.
Image: Instagram/ Nimrat Kaur
Nimrat Kaur won the News18 iReel Award for Best Actress (Drama) for her highly lauded performance in The Test Case. In the web-series, she essays the intriguing role of Captain Shikha Sharma who is training to be the first woman test case in a combat role, within the Indian Army.
The actress also took to Twitter to share her excitement on receiving the award. She wrote, "Massive gratitude to all the jury members and everyone who voted online. Thank you so much @cnnnews18🙏🏼 Here’s celebrating another feather in the grand maroon beret of the entire #TheTestCase Team, the loveliest @ektaravikapoor and @altbalaji. All for one and one for all."
Massive gratitude to all the jury members and everyone who voted online. Thank you so much @cnnnews18🙏🏼 Here’s celebrating another feather in the grand maroon beret of the entire #TheTestCase Team, the loveliest @ektaravikapoor and @altbalaji. All for one and one for all ♥️ https://t.co/OQ22kidHdS— Nimrat Kaur (@NimratOfficial) September 6, 2018
After the resounding success of the first edition of the Reel movie awards, News18.com launched its 2nd edition of content awards called iReel Awards, which aim to applaud the makers of various Indian web series. The iReel Awards took place in Mumbai on Thursday night, and the evening was illuminated by the presence of established stars and star-makers like Nawazuddin, Anurag Kashyap, Sudhir Mishra, Ronit Roy, and Vikramaditya Motwane. No less important were a galaxy of emerging stars, from writers and comics to actors and directors, all of whom are brightening India’s web content scene.
The nominations list, comprising 11 categories, was dominated by Sacred Games, which had five nods, including Best Drama and Best Writing. The Test Case, Bose: Dead/Alive, Inside Edge and Laakhon Mein Ek also boasted four nods each.
As anticipated, Sacred Games was the big winner of the evening, picking up five awards, including Best Actor (Drama) for Nawazuddin, Best Supporting Actor for Jitendra Joshi, Best Ensemble Cast, and Best Series (Drama). Comedian Daniel Fernandes proved the ideal host and ushered the celebrities and guests through an evening filled with laughter and celebration.
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