The documentary ‘Creators For Change,’ which is available on YouTube, recently won the Daytime Emmy Awards. Prajakta Koli, Liza Koshy, and Thembe Mahlaba appear in a YouTube Originals documentary with Michelle Obama, the former First Lady of the United States. Prajakta Koli, a well-known YouTuber in India, was taken aback when she learned she had won the award for her documentary. Prajakta was able to voice her beliefs and opinions on a worldwide stage, and she thanked Michelle Obama for allowing her to do so.
“I’m going to need some time to think about this. But I’m grateful that I had to wake up to learn that our “Creators For Change” documentary had won a Daytime Emmy. Thank you, YouTube, for providing a global forum for creators like me to conduct successful talks “In a statement, Prajakta stated. Mrs. Obama, the YouTuber expressed her gratitude for allowing her to be a part of such a fantastic endeavour, and she conveyed her love to Liza and Thembe.
The film followed grown-up females from Vietnam, India, and Namibia as they shared their stories of overcoming hurdles to pursue their education. The documentary’s concept won the award for Outstanding Daytime Non-Fiction Special from the creators.
Prajakta has consistently supplied good articles since the inception of MostlySane in 2015. Prajakta is now working on a film in addition to producing YouTube video. Last year, she made her Netflix debut in the series “Mismatched,” in which she co-starred with Rohit Saraf. She will next be seen in the Bollywood film ‘Jug Jugg Jeeyo,’ which also stars Neetu Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Varun Dhawan, and Kiara Advani.