EntertainmentIndia

Web series ‘Four more shots please’ wins Asian Content Awards 2020 in S Korea

New Delhi: Web series ‘Four more shots please’, being aired on Amazon Prime Video, has won an award in the Best Rising Star category at the prestigious 2nd Asian Content Awards 2020, as part of the Busan International Film Festival 2020.

‘Four More Shots Please!’ Season 2 stars cast of Kirti Kulhari, Maanvi Gagroo, Sayani Gupta and Gurbani Judge have bagged the award in the Best Rising Star category at the second Asian Content Awards 2020.

This accolade comes hot on the heels of the 2020 International Emmy® Awards nomination for the series in the Best Comedy Series category announced earlier this year.

Expressing happiness on the award for the web series, Aparna Purohit, Head of India Originals, Amazon Prime Video said, “I am equal parts delighted and proud to learn that a globally acclaimed international platform such as the Asian Content Awards has recognized our Amazon Original Series ‘Four More Shots Please’ Season 2 and honoured our talent with such a great award.

It is our endeavour to create quintessential, relatable and authentic stories but can travel across geographies and cut across borders and a win like this only reaffirms the fact that the characters and the stories that we’re creating are truly universal in nature. ‘Four More Shots Please! Season 2’ has been a true labour of love for us and we are delighted to share this success with Pritish Nandy Communications, and of course, our fantastic talent who deserves every bit of adulation coming their way for giving us four extremely memorable, yet relatable flawsome women to look up to!”

Produced by Pritish Nandy Communications, ‘Four More Shots Please! Season 2’ is the only Indian title to have won an award at the second Asian Content Awards 2020, following stiff competition from entries from across Asia including China, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Indonesia, Japan and Thailand.

Back to top button
X

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker