Actress Prajakta Koli Scores Daytime Emmy Nomination for ‘Creators For Change’ Documentary
Actress Prajakta Koli. (free photo via IANS)
MUMBAI – Actress Prajakta Koli, who is part of the YouTube documentary “Creators For Change,” is thrilled that the project has been nominated under the category of Outstanding Daytime Non-Fiction Special at the 48th annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
The documentary focuses on Michelle Obama in conversation with Koli, Liza Koshy and Thembe Mahlaba. It tracks the experiences of adolescent girls in Vietnam, India and Namibia and their journey in overcoming adversity to pursue education.
“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,” Koli said.
Besides this, her short film, “Khayali Pulao,” is being screened at the New York Indian Film Festival which will be held from June 4 to June 13, 2021.
“Another very special project has been ‘Khayali Pulao’, a film very close to my heart. Getting noticed across the globe on such a precious platform is our honor. Thanks to the jury of the New York Indian Film Festival,” she said. Koli will be seen in the upcoming film, “Jug Jugg Jeeyo,” which features Anil Kapoor, Neetu Kapoor, Varun Dhawan and Kiara Advani.