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Prajakta Koli wins Daytime Emmy Award for her documentary, Grateful to Michelle Obama

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.

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