Adil Hussain starrer Netflix\u2019s India Original series \u201cDelhi Crime\u201d, helmed by Indian-Canadian director Richie Mehta, has bagged the best drama series honour at the\u00a048th International Emmy Awards. Adil Hussain took to Twitter and congratulated the entire team for the win. \u201cDelhi Crime #DelhiCrime wins the Emmy @iemmys International Awards for Best Drama. Congratulations @RichieMehta unmatchable @ShefaliShah dearest \u00a0@rajeshtailang and whole team Big Big Congratulations!\u201d, he tweeted. Delhi Crime #DelhiCrime wins the Emmy @iemmys International Awards for Best Drama. Congratulations @RichieMehta unmatchable @ShefaliShah dearest @rajeshtailang and whole team Big Big Congratulations! \ud83d\ude01\ud83d\ude01\ud83d\ude01\ud83d\ude01\ud83d\udca5\ud83d\udca5\ud83d\udca5\ud83d\udca5\ud83d\udca5 \u2014 Adil hussain (@_AdilHussain) November 23, 2020 The series, depicting the perspective of the Delhi Police team investigating the crime that made global headlines deconstructs the case of a 23-year-old physiotherapy intern who was abducted and gang-raped in a moving bus on the night of December 16, 2012, before she was abandoned on a Delhi road. Her injuries were so grievous that she died in a Singapore hospital a fortnight later. Director Richie Mehta, in his acceptance speech during the virtual ceremony on Monday, dedicated the honour to all the women who not just endure violence that men inflict on them, \u201cbut are also tasked to solve the problem.\u201d Actor Shefali Shah played Vartika Chaturvedi, whose character on \u201cDelhi Crime\u201d was based on former Delhi Police DCP Chaya Sharma who cracked the case of the brutal gangrape within 72 hours. The show, released in 2019, received massive acclaim for its sensitive retelling of a horrific crime that shook the entire nation. Performances by its ensemble cast, including Shah, Rasika Dugal, Adil Hussain, and Rajesh Tailang were particularly appreciated.