The promo of Shark Tank India Season 3’s upcoming episode shows how the founders of an academy - which teaches students the art of tailoring clothes, seek investment on the show.
Aman Gupta, Mohit Gadhiya, Vineeta Singh and Namita Thapar.
Shark Tank India is one of the most loved business reality shows among Indian youth. Aman Gupta, Anupam Mittal, Namita Thapar, Vineeta Singh and Amit Jain will be present on the panel as investors (popularly known as Sharks) in the upcoming episode of the show. The promo of the forthcoming episode has been released this evening, which shows how the founders of an academy - which teaches students the art of tailoring clothes, seek investment on the show.
The promo of the upcoming episode of the show sees founders of Raja Rani Clothing namely Mohit Gadhiya and Priya Mohit Gadhiya gracing the show. Mohit and Priya, together, seek investment for the growth and development of their academy. While the details of their pitch are yet to be known, the promo saw Aman Gupta, Namita Thapar and Vineeta Singh unconvinced with the pitch. Anupam Mittal and Amit Jain, however, offer a ray of hope for the pitchers.
Only time will tell whether investors and pitcher, together, cracked a deal.
While sharing the promo, Sony LIV India captioned, “From YouTube to the stage of Shark Tank India, Mohit Gadhiya and Priya Mohit Gadhiya, the founders of India's fastest growing tailoring academy - #RajaRaniClothing have come a long way! Will their pitch sew the deal? Stream new episodes of Shark Tank India Season 3, from Mon-Fri 10 PM, on Sony LIV.”
Hundreds of Instagram users have liked the post. Many of them have commented ‘can’t wait for the episode’ in the comments section.
Shark Tank India Season 3 continues to captivate viewers with its array of innovative pitches. However, not every pitch manages to impress the discerning Sharks, as seen in the latest episode. One entrepreneur, Kartik, steps into the tank representing the art and crafts sector. He presents his app, which allows users to book various courses on Indian art forms, boasting curation by award-winning artists. When questioned by Shark Deepinder Goyal about the app's purpose, Kartik provides insights and offers a demonstration of its functionality. Despite his efforts, Aman Gupta and Namita Thapar struggle to grasp the concept, leading to Vineeta Singh opting not to invest in the venture.