Pakistani cinema superstar Humayun Saeed took to the virtual realm to extend heartfelt congratulations to his co-star Elizabeth Debicki for her remarkable achievement at the 81st Golden Globe Awards. Debicki secured the prestigious Best Supporting Actress in TV award for her portrayal of Princess Diana of Wales in the recently-concluded web series ‘The Crown.’
Humayun Saeed, who shared the screen with Debicki in the fifth season of Netflix’s acclaimed series, expressed his joy on the micro-blogging platform X, stating, “Many congratulations Elizabeth on winning Golden Globes Best Supporting Actress in TV for The Crown.”
Debicki’s triumph in the Best Supporting Actress category marked the sole win for ‘The Crown’ out of the four nominations it received at the Golden Globe Awards. Her outstanding performance as Princess Diana prevailed over seasoned nominees, including Meryl Streep, J. Smith-Cameron, Hannah Waddingham, Christina Ricci, and Abby Elliott.
In the series, Saeed portrayed the character of Dr. Hasnat Ahmed Khan, a British-Pakistani heart surgeon and close friend of Princess Diana. The duo’s on-screen chemistry contributed to the success and acclaim of the show’s final two seasons.
The conclusion of ‘The Crown’ after seven years and six seasons marked the end of a captivating historical saga chronicling the British royal family. Netflix bid farewell to this cultural phenomenon last month, leaving a lasting legacy in the world of streaming entertainment. Elizabeth Debicki’s Golden Globe win further solidifies the show’s impact and the stellar performances that captivated audiences worldwide.
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