Prajakta Koli (Indian YouTuber) Age, Wiki, Bio & Facts.
Prajakta Koli
Born/Date of Birthday: 27 June 1993
Place of Birth: Mumbai, India
Nationality: Indian
Occupation: YouTuber, blogger
Siblings: Nishant Koli
Parents: Manoj Koli, Archana Koli
Education: V.G. Vaze College of Arts, Science and Commerce (Autonomous)
Official Website:

YouTube information
Channels: MostlySane
Genre: Comedy
Subscribers: 6.14 million
Network: One Digital Entertainment

Prajakta Koli is an Indian YouTuber and actress who makes comedy videos. She is popularly known by her YouTube name "MostlySane". Her videos are focused mostly on observational comedy related to daily life situations.

Early life
Koli was born and brought up in Thane. As a child, she was fond of listening to the radio and decided to be a radio jockey in Class 6. Her father is a real-estate businessman turned restaurateur and her mother is a phonetics and language teacher. As a student, she participated in debates and elocutions. She studied in Vasant Vihar High School in Thane and later graduated with a Bachelor of Mass Media from V. G. Vaze College of Arts, Science and Commerce in Mulund, affiliated to University of Mumbai.

She began her career in media at Fever 104 FM radio station in Mumbai as an intern. However, she was not happy with the work. After interning for a year, she was given her first show, Call Centre, at midnight everyday. The show flopped and she quit her job. While working as an intern, she was introduced to Sudeep Lahiri, who later took over as a vice-president at One Digital Entertainment. He encouraged her to launch a comedy YouTube channel. The channel launched in February 2015.

Koli has collaborated with mainstream Bollywood actors such as Kareena Kapoor Khan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, and Vicky Kaushal.

She performed at the "YouTube FanFest" in Delhi in 2018 and in Mumbai in 2019. In December 2018, she recorded a national TV commercial for WhatsApp which deals with the prevention of propaganda and spreading fake news through the messaging app.

In February 2019 she was part of Forbes' list of 30 under 30 and in Outlook Business Magazine's list of Women of Worth and Entrepreneur India's list of 35 under 35 along with winning Cosmopolitan's YouTuber of the Year award. In January 2020, she was included in the annual "Cool list" of the gossip magazine Grazia India, and in April 2020 she was featured on the cover of the magazine BW Businessworld as part of their Most Influential Women's list.

In 2020 she announced the launch of her YouTube Originals show Pretty Fit, where she interviews other celebrities including Kareena Kapoor, Neha Kakkar, Sanya Malhotra, RJ Malishka, Mithila Palkar and Sumukhi Suresh, who are made to perform various tasks. The first episode was released on 21 January.

In July 2020, Koli released a short film, Khayali Pulao, about female empowerment in rural Haryana. She then acted in the Netflix series Mismatched, released in November 2020. She will be acting in Dharma Productions' film, Jug Jugg Jeeyo.

Social initiatives
On World Mental Health Day in 2016, Koli launched her campaign #iPledgeToBeMe which addresses mental health, well-being and body shaming. She shared her experiences of body shaming and wrote a rap song, "Shameless", in May 2017. The video features Raftaar, RJ Malishka and Mithila Palkar.

In 2018, she participated in the #GirlsCount campaign for One.Org which dealt with the importance of girl's education.

The UN and Goalkeepers Initiative
In September 2019 she traveled to the UN Headquarters in New York as a delegate to participate in the International Day of Tolerance and for the Goalkeepers program - an initiative by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Creators for Change
In May 2018, she was one of the content creators participating in YouTube's Creators for Change program. She made a music video named "No Offence" for her Creators For Change Project, which was shown in the United Nations as part of their International Day of Tolerance where she represented India.

In a special episode of Creators For Change in 2020, Koli and two other YouTube content creators, Liza Koshy, and Thembe Mahlaba, interviewed girls in different countries about their opportunities for education, and discussed the topic with Michelle Obama.

The Call To Unite / Room to Read
Prajakta represented India at The Call To Unite event which started on the 1st of May 2020 and featured Oprah Winfrey, Julia Roberts, Eva Longoria, Deepak Chopra, Alanis Morissette, Quincy Jones and Mandy Moore among others. The 24 hour 'streamathon' event was organized by UNITE and Room To Read in support of people facing challenges during the pandemic and to promote education among children during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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