Currently after winning the hearts of the audiences with her stellar power packed performance in critically acclaimed Netflix webseries ‘Delhi Crime’ which was also recently conferred as the best drama series at the 48th International Emmy Awards on 23rd November 2020, it’s a celebratory time along with being a proud moment for both our country India along and the ace actress as congratulations and best wishes are pouring in for her from entire Bollywood film fraternity and she manages to steal the limelight but for all the right reasons as Shefali and Vipul slam airlines for ill-treating an old woman.
She is not wrong though here as respecting senior citizens is a basic fact and we surely feel pleased at this gesture of her for the old woman where Shefali and Vipul slam airlines for ill-treating an old woman.
Last night, the stellar Bollywood actress Shefali Shah was completely on cloud nine and very excited as her Netflix series ‘Delhi Crime’ which was based on the 2012 gang rape case and had a powerful ensemble star cast of Rajesh Tailang, Rasika Dugal, and Adil Hussain in key roles, won the best drama series award at the International Emmy Awards 2020 and ever since that moment itself, she and her entire Delhi Crime team are being flooded with congratulatory messages from fans and Bollywood industry but hours before that, something really horrible happened which made Shefali and husband Vipul slam airlines for ill-treating an old woman.
Taking to her social media handle, she posted the entire video post of this ordeal where she also clearly slammed and criticized popular airlines for mistreating an 80 years old woman.
In a recent interview with a popular Indian tabloid, her husband Vipul Shah spilled the beans about how despite booking a wheel chair for the 80 year old woman, the airline didn’t do the said thing and was shamelessly unapologetic for the same.
Furthermore, he also brutally slammed and bashed the airlines by adding this bit, “They were not ready to put an 80-year-old injured patient on priority. They kept lying that the wheelchair would be there in two minutes and then when I started to lose patience, they started making calls in front of me. They were not concerned and remained unapologetic about it. They need to be pulled up and this news must reach the Indigo management and DGCI, so that there is some action”.