Prajakta Koli a.k.a. MostlySane is one of India’s very talented and versatile creators, who has been acing the content creation game. While her growth in the creator space has been remarkable, her recent projects has been gaining her a lot of accolades. The documentary in which this very talented influencer made an appearance, ‘Creators For Change’ has been nominated for the 48th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.

About the series

The docu-series, ‘Creators For Change’ has been nominated in the Outstanding Daytime Non-Fiction Special category. The documentary is focused on Michelle Obama in conversation with Prajakta Koli, Thembe Mahlaba and Liza Koshy. This series highlighted the experiences of girls in their youth, based out of India, Vietnam and Namibia. It also shows the hardships faced by these girls while trying to pursue their education.

Before conversing with Michelle, Prajakta made a trip to Lucknow and had an interactive session with the students of the Prerna Foundation. This helped her understand the challenges of these students better.

Prajakta Koli talking about the series’ nomination said

This news is unbelievable. The Emmys are such prestigious awards. Being nominated for a project this special is a win in itself. Big hugs to YouTube and Michelle Obama for giving me the opportunity of being a part of something so amazing.  Another very special project has been ‘Khayali Pulao’. A film, very very close to my heart. Getting noticed across the globe on such a precious platform is our honour. Thanks to the jury of the New York Indian Film Festival

The awards will be aired by the streaming services Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) and Paramount + on the 25th of June, 2021. Wishing Prajakta and the entire team of the ‘Creators For Change’ all the very best. On a side note, we hope everyone is staying home and staying safe.