Mismatched: Prajakta Koli and Rohit Saraf’s new web series streaming now on Netflix

Netflix’s much-awaited web series Mismatched is out now. Starring MostlySane fame YouTuber and social media influencer Prajakta Koli the show is based on the book “When Dimple met Rishi” by Sandhya Menon which narrates the journey of college students. The show includes Rohit Saraf as the male lead who has also worked in films like Hichki, The Sky is Pink, and also the recent Netflix film ‘Ludo’ directed by Anurag Basu.

The story gets established in a very short time including the characters with their plan for the future. While Koli aka Dimple features as a nerdy gamer who has struggles with Indian household beauty standards and marriage talks with her smart replies, Rohit aka Rishi is a teenager who simply has no clue but wants to get married as soon as he turns 21. He starts searching for the perfect life partner with his grandmother’s help from the age of 18.

Mismatched is set in Jaipur and Ambala from where Dimple comes. Rishi, from Jaipur, is happy to run the family business despite his ambitions to go for animation. The journey begins in Jaipur as Dimple’s mother tricks her into an app development course.

According to Pinkvilla, if you like college drama, then it is definitely a must-watch. The show is as real as it gets then any Student Of The Year versions. Previously, the trailer of the series was released on 6th November on Netflix’s Official Youtube channel. Prajakta is also working on Dharma Productions’ next project titled JugJugg Jeeyo along with Anil Kapoor, Varun Dhawan, Kiara Advani, and others. The shooting of the film has also started. Before this, Koli has also done a short film titled ‘Khayali Pulao’ which was released on her official YouTube channel.

Prajakta Koli is an Indian YouTuber and social media influencer, with more than 5.8 million YouTube subscribers and 2.7 million Instagram followers. She is also on the list of YouTube’s ‘Creators for Change’ initiative. Koli has also been featured in magazines like Forbes, Outlook, and Businessworld.

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