Shark Tank India, which started on Sony TV, is being hosted by Roadies fame Ranvijay. Explaining the reason for hosting this show, he said that he found its format very interesting.
Investment of about 1 crore made on the very first day
On the very first day of Sony TV’s new reality show Shark Tank India, an investment of 1 crore was made by the Sharks i.e. business tycoons who joined the show. In yesterday’s episode, Aman Gupta, Vinita Singh and Ashneer Kaur invested 75 lakhs in the idea of Aditi Madan i.e. 43-year-old Momo Mami showing interest in her business. For this investment, he will be given a profit of 16 percent through Aditi Madan. Apart from this, Rs 25 lakh was also given to Riya Khattar on the condition of 30 percent profit sharing.
At present, a revolutionary change is being seen regarding new business in India. Promoting start-up business, Shark Tank India is providing a great platform to the budding candidates of India to turn their business dreams into reality. Let’s take a look at the reasons due to which this show has got the green signal from the youth on the first day.
Free Crash Course for New Professionals
Shark Tank is an entertaining and educational experience for the Indian audience. It will be a perfect crash course in the world of show business, as you will get an opportunity to understand the inner workings of investing in show business, pitching for them and even product development.
Launched in India for the first time after becoming popular abroad
Shark Tank has gained a lot of popularity abroad. Along with TV, the format of this show is very much liked by the people online. Although this show has been launched for the first time in India. Shark Tank India has brought a new hope for the people who dream of becoming successful businessmen and women.
75 lakhs invested in Aditi’s business
Blue Pine Foods Private Limited, a 43-year-old Aditi Madan aka Momo Mami, is a packaged food manufacturing business. Aditi, who hails from Darjeeling, started making momos at the age of 8 and over the years she turned her passion for momos into a successful business idea as she wanted everyone to experience her Darjeeling momos. which are nutritious.