Mumbai, Sep 08, 2021, IANS
Actors Bobby Deol and Debina Bonnerjee have been felicitated by the Governer of Maharashtra Bhagat Singh Koshyari at the 27th Lions Gold Awards 2021. While Bobby Deol was honoured with the Best Actor OTT Star award for his web series 'Aashram', Debina was bestowed with the Social Media Influencer Award.
Talking about the award, Bobby said: "It's an honour to receive the Best Actor OTT Star award for my web series 'Aashram' at the 27th Sol Lions Gold Awards 2021. I would like to thank the makers of the show for their amazing work, gripping storyline and their belief in me for playing the character of Baba Nirala! All I can say is that it is only onwards and upwards from here so thank you to the team of Lions Club Of Mumbai for this award."
Expressing her gratitude, Debina shared: "I thank everyone for giving me this honour. Most importantly, I thank my social media family who have always been there for me and this one is for them. Your followers are your family and I am blessed to have so many of them across the globe who are always ready to help. I thank the prestigious jury for giving me this award."
The awards function on Tuesday evening at the Raj Bhavan in Mumbai was attended by Army officials, dignitaries and notable Bollywood personalities.
Renowned television and film actress Renuka Shahane will now be seen anchoring 'Crime Patrol Satark: Gumraah Bachpan'.
As an anchor, Renuka will be seen restating the warning indicators as well as the thought process that a teenager experiences leading to inevitable crimes. The episodes will focus on presenting situations that teach parents how to recognise certain cautionary signs, inform and educate their children, and assist them proactively.
Confirming her association with the show, Renuka shared: "It is my pleasure to be a part of a show like 'Crime Patrol'. According to me, a show like this not just helps in educating the society but serves as a ready reckoner in making people aware of their surroundings."
Renuka will aim to bring forward the earnest fears of every parent and the warning signs as she sheds light on the crimes committed by teenagers.
"As an anchor and a mother of two children, my only intent is to encourage people to understand what goes on in the minds of the teenagers and what are the telltale signs that can be timely addressed," she adds.
'Crime Patrol Satark: Gumraah Bachpan' will air starting from September 13 on Sony Entertainment Television.