We have always known that parents are the pillars of one’s success and Prajakta Koli’s life is just a burning testimony to the same. Parents sacrifice a lot to see their kids take a forward leap with good education, heathy food, and a comfortable living standard and it is obviously a matter of pride to see their kids flourish.
Prajakta Koli, an Indian YouTuber, actor and a blogger wrote a heartfelt post on Instagram on 5th of February about how her father who used to work extra shifts in the Cadbury canteen saw her daughter make it to the billboards of the company. Her parents were obviously overjoyed to see their daughter hogging the space on the billboard.
Here is what Prajakta Koli had to say about her parents’ sacrifice.
She began her note by explicating how her father used to work double shifts and how often she would complain that his dad was noisy in the kitchen while he was cooking the meals. Her parents were working multiple jobs to ensure the fact that she received the best of education and upbringing.
Her note on Instagram read, “Baba worked double shifts at the Cadbury’s company canteen when I was about five.
Baba worked double shifts at the Cadbury’s company canteen when I was about five years old.
“Bob you’re too loud in the kitchen when you cook!!” He still replies with- “I am a canteen worker, bachha! I don’t have time to be quiet. Too many people to feed.”
I saw my parents work every single day to provide me with the right education, nutrition, manners and ambition. Many many odd jobs. But baba’s stint at Cadbury’s will always remain special. The chocolate tray that came home with every Diwali bonus will always remain special. The smile I saw on my parents’ faces last night when we drove to see me plastered on a Cadbury’s Billboard will always, ALWAYS remain special. Grateful for this life and everything it keeps giving. Grateful for you. Thank you. ♥️
After reading her note, many people commented on how she has been an inspiration to them and how she deserves all the praise and attention for motivating to take their mantle.