Prathamesh Sinha, a visually-impaired 10-year-old student, ahd appeared on the show to give a demonstration of Thinkerbell Labs’ device.
Last Updated: 07.57 AM, May 07, 2022
Shark Tank India’s stage witnessed quite a few entrepreneurs who made their way into the hearts of both viewers and judges alike. One of them was definitely young Prathamesh Sinha, a visually-impaired 10-year-old student. The young man had not only impressed the sharks with his wonderful presentation of a braille device by Thinkerbell Labs, but had also charmed the judges with his delightful demeanor. Sinha had especially talked about his love for boAt co-founder and CMO, Aman Gupta. Recently, Gupta delighted his young fan with a special gift.
Gupta invited Sinha to boAt’s offices in New Delhi, and shared a delightful video of the same. In the video, Sinha is seen sharing many delightful moments with Gupta, who called the young man a ‘boAt head’. Sinha shared his experiences and his inspirational story with many of the top brass at boAt. Gupta also surprised Sinha with a ‘unique scholarship’ as well.
Check out the video below:
Sinha had appeared on Shark Tank along with the founders of Thinkerbell Labs, who pitched their self-learning braille device Annie. Sinha had demonstrated how the device works,and had made quite a good impression on the sharks, especially Gupta, and even clicked a photograph with them. Sinha had talked about how much he loved Gupta and his company, and the duo’s friendship started from then. Gupta had even sent the young man boAt products as gifts for the latter’s birthday.
In addition to Gupta, other judges on the show are Namita Thapar, executive director of Emcure Pharmaceuticals; Peyush Bansal, CEO and co-founder of Lenskart; Vineeta Singh, CEO and co-founder of SUGAR Cosmetics; Ghazal Alagh, co-founder of MamaEarth; Ashneer Grover, founder of BharatPe; and Anupam Mittal, CEO and co-founder of Shaadi.com.
Watch the first season of Shark Tank India on SonyLIV.