Prajakta Koli

Prajakta Koli
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Prajakta Koli is an Indian actor and YouTuber who was born on June 27, 1993. She is well known for her comedic videos on her YouTube channel, MostlySane. Her films usually concentrate on observational humour that is relevant to everyday life. Her starring part in the Netflix love drama Mismatched has also made her well-known.
Early Life And Career
Koli was raised in Thane, where he was born. She loved listening to the radio as a kid and dreamed of working as a radio host in Class 6. She attended Vasant Vihar High School in Thane, where she frequently took part in elocutions and debates. At Mulund's V. G. Vaze College of Arts, Science and Commerce, which is connected to the University of Mumbai, she earned a Bachelor of Mass Media degree. Her mother Archana Koli teaches language and phonetics, while her father Manoj Koli is a former real estate developer turned restaurateur. Koli began dating Vrishank Khanal, a lawyer by trade, in 2011. On September 17, 2023, the couple made an engagement announcement.

Koli started her career in media as an intern at Mumbai's Fever 104 FM radio station. She was granted the chance to run her first show, Call Centre, after a year of interning. Following the show's commercial failure, she left the radio station. Koli met Sudeep Lahiri, the future vice president of content and strategy at One Digital Entertainment, when she was an intern, and he pushed her to start a comedic YouTube channel.

In addition to earning Cosmopolitan's YouTuber of the Year award, she was featured in Forbes' list of 30 under 30, Outlook Business Magazine's list of Women of Worth, and Entrepreneur India's list of 35 under 35 in February 2019. She was listed in the gossip magazine Grazia India's annual "Cool list" in January 2020, and she was listed on the cover of BW Businessworld in April 2020 as one of the Most Influential Women. In honour of her support of women's concerns on International Women's Day in March 2022, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Canadian High Commissioner to India Cameron MacKay gave her an award. She received the Star Influencer Award in June 2022.