Ekta Kapoor becomes the first Indian female filmmaker to win the International Emmy Award

New York: Ekta Kapoor was one of the proud recipients of an award at this year’s International Emmys. The popular producer created history on the platform as the first Indian female filmmaker to receive an award at the Emmys.

Ekta won the ‘International Emmy Directorate Award’ at the 51st International Emmys in New York on Tuesday (IST). He was presented the award by writer Deepak Chopra for his contribution to the TV industry.

Dressed in orange separates, Ekta expressed her excitement over the win. She said that she was nervous and didn’t know how to enjoy this big moment in her journey to become the king of the TV content world. He said, “I am extremely honored to receive the prestigious Emmys Directorship Award! I am extremely humbled and humbled to be recognized on such a global level.

I’ve always wanted to tell stories because they allow me to be heard, seen, and represented. I am grateful for the love of the audience who opened doors for me, allowing me to move from television to the world of films and OTT.”

Ekta, who is known and regarded as the ‘Daily Soap Queen’ in India, said that she wanted to be a bridge between the desires of the audience and the world of production. The producer said that every story she has told so far reflects her love for the content and how much she wants to give back to her viewers. “Each story I told became a bridge to connect with the audience on multiple levels.

The unexpected turns this journey took are a testament to the power of love showered by people in India and beyond. My heart is full of gratitude, and I have a strong resolve to make a positive impact on audiences through my work,” he said.

The International Emmy Directorate award comes two years after she won the Padma Shri for her contribution and excellence in the field. With over 17,000 hours of television content and over 135 TV shows, Ekta is celebrated as the woman behind TV evolution in India.

He also has more than 50 feature films to his name. The manufacturer has reportedly created a $600 million industry, 80 percent led by women and created 2 million jobs, directly impacting more than 7.2 million households across India.

Congratulations to him, his fans, family and team!