Top 10 Business Ideas Of Season 1 & A Sneak Peak Into Season 2 Shark Tank India



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Shark Tank India Review

The first season of Shark Tank India has come to a close. It’s hard to imagine a more perfect beginning for Shark Tank on Sony Liv. The program has taken the country by storm. Shark Tank India has everyone talking, whether it’s hilarious memes or intriguing business proposals.

There were some great ideas showcased on the show, and we wanted to take a moment to highlight the 10 best business  ideas featured on Shark Tank India Season 1

These businesses represent a variety of industries, from food and beverage to technology and e-commerce.

We’re hoping this article will get you excited about the next season of Shark Tank India as much as us.

Shark Tank India Net Worth Of Judges: Shark Tank India Cast

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Ashneer Grover

Ashneer Grover, an alumnus of IIT Delhi and IIM Ahmedabad, is MD and co-founder of BharatPe, a UPI-and-card payments app. OTO Capital, The Whole Truth, IndiaGold, and Front Row are some Indian companies in his portfolio.

Anupam Mittal

Anupam Mittal is a Founder of and a prominent angel investor in India., Mauj Mobile, and People Pictures are among his many startups. Anupam has funded ElectricPe, CashBook, and Lyst among other ventures. He graduated from Boston College with a degree in business administration.

Aman Gupta

BoAt’s co-founder and CMO, as well as an MBA graduate from the Kellogg School of Management. He and other investors backed the WickedGud pre-seed round with $340,000.

Vineeta Singh

Vineeta Singh is a TEDx speaker and alumnus of IIT Madras and IIM Ahmedabad. She is the CEO and co-founder of SUGAR Cosmetics, India’s fastest-growing beauty company.

The company raised more than 100 million rupees in its fifth year of business. with a distribution network of over 2,500 branded retail stores in over 130 cities in India.

Namita Thapar

Namita Thapar is the CEO of a Pune-based pharmaceutical firm. The Emcure Pharma group has an annual turnover of more than four billion rupees. She is also the founder and CEO of Incredible Ventures Ltd., as well as onboard Finolex Cables. She obtained her MBA from the Fuqua School of Business.

Ghazal Alagh

Mamaearth Founder and CIO invested in the shortlist for Uvi Health. Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty and Sequoia Capital India funded Ghazal Alagh’s own company.

Peyush Bansal

The e-commerce site for glasses in India,, was founded and run by the country’s leading omnichannel entrepreneur. He revolutionized the sector with his out-of-the-box strategies.

Shark Tank India Judges Remain One Of The Most Appreciated Brands After The Show

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10 Amazing Business Ideas Featured On Shark Tank India

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Skippi Ice Popsicles 

The first all-shark agreement on the show was Skippi Ice Pops from Hyderabad, a popsicle company. Ravi Kabra and Anuja Kabra, the husband and wife team behind the F&B business, were represented by Kabra Global Products Pvt. Ltd., which backed Skippi Ice Pops.

The pair were living in Australia when Ravi’s father died, forcing them to relocate to India.

They came up with a fantastic notion to make ice popsicles that Indians would easily identify with, owing to their own childhood memories. All the sharks were enthusiastic about the packaging and flavor of their ice popsicles.

The Kabras agreed that there was no other significant competitor in this market in India. All five sharks made a landmark offer to the Kabras. For 15 percent equity, they finalized a deal worth Rs 1 crore.

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Humpy A2 Milk by Organic Carbon Pvt Ltd

Humpy A2 is a brand that produces real organic dairy products in Pune, founded by Vishal Chaudhari, Malvika Gaekwad, and Jaywant Patil.

They specialize in A2-certified milk, which is devoid of any chemicals. For a 4 percent equity, their first demand was Rs 75 Lakhs.

The sharks were ecstatic about their paneer, cheese, curd, and organic milk. Anupam and Namita backed out of the deal, while Peyush Bansal and Mama Earth’s Gazal Alag made them a joint offer for Rs 75 Lakhs with a 10 percent equity stake.

Vineeta eventually came on board, and the three investors completed a deal with the company for Rs 1 crore for 15 percent equity.

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Bummer, an Indian brand that specializes in comfort wear for men and women, has raised Rs 75 lakhs on Shark Tank India’s latest season. The judges of the panel at Boat Electronics Aman Gupta—Founder; Namita Thapar from Emcure Pharma invested against total equity of 7.5%.

This comes as second-round funding after bagging $180K through BeeNext last year, which is also based in Singapore. The money will be used for product development as well as expanding into new markets. This is a huge investment in the company’s sustainability initiatives. They have been looking to deepen their commitment for some time now, and this funding will definitely help them do just that.

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CosIQ Skincare 

It takes a lot for a four-month-old startup to wow the sharks. CosIQ, created by Kanika Talwar and her spouse Angad, aims to establish itself as a major intelligent skincare company.

All the sharks appreciated the packaging and quality of their items. Their products are produced from clean ingredients using basic formulations, which is how they stand out.

The couple sought Rs 50 Lakhs for a 7.5 percent equity in their firm. After the initial ask was rejected, the pair eventually accepted a deal with Vineeta Singh from Sugar Cosmetics and Anupam Mittal for Rs 50 Lakhs against a 25% stake.


Whey Protein Ice Cream by Get-A-Whey

The Shah family’s impressive presentations, clear answers, and amazing tales instantly won over the investors with their fantastic communication abilities, articulated responses, and compelling anecdotes.

They requested an investment of Rs 1 crore in exchange for an 8 percent stake in the firm.

Get-A-Whey is a millennial-focused ice cream company that focuses on health. Their ice creams are high in protein, have no sugar added, and are low in fat and calories when compared to other ice cream products on the market.

It is currently present in Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Surat, Chennai, and Delhi-NCR. They raised $1 million for 15% equity by obtaining an investment of Rs 1 crore from Ashneer Grover Aman Gupta and Vineeta Singh.


Keto India

Keto India, founded by Sahil Pruthi after undergoing personal hardship while his mother had brain surgery, is the only business that was offered a great offer from investors but refused it.

Pruthi founded Keto India in 2018. The company’s app enables customized nutritional programs and assistance. The sharks were particularly enthusiastic about the young entrepreneur.

Keto India is a diabetes, PCOS, and thyroid disease management startup that wants to dispel common misconceptions about diets. Ashneer Grover, Peyush Bansal, Namita Thapar, and Aman Gupta collaborated to raise $1.6 million in investment capital for Pruthi.

The entrepreneur, on the other hand, wouldn’t go any higher than a 1.25 percent equity stake and refused the offer. This left the sharks even more in awe of him.

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Modular Utility Electric Vehicles by Revamp Moto

Revamp Moto, a company co-founded by Jayesh Tope, Pushkaraj Salunke, and Pritesh Mahajan, presented India’s first modular utility platform called Revamp Moto Mitr.

The investors on Shark Tank were astounded by their unique vision of developing an electric vehicle with utility attachments. The sharks were eager to assist the team in building their brand. Their request was for Rs 1 crore for a one-percent stake in their firm.

At first, the co-founders and CMO Aman Gupta made a bid for Rs 1Cr for a 3 percent stake. Ashneer Grover of BharatPe requested Rs 1.2 billion for 2.5 percent


Cocofit is India’s first coconut-focused franchise business, founded in Bengaluru. They produce everything from coconut shakes to smoothies, as well as sodas and slushes.

The company’s goal is to become a game changer in the coconut industry across the country and to address problems like hygiene and transportation. The firm was established in 2019 and has already gotten 31 shops up and running in 7 states.

They were in the show to get coaching on how to take their company model to the next level, having had several franchise requests from across the nation.

Sasi Kanth Visinigiri, Pavan Kumar Seepana, and Sunil Kumar Tentu were the three entrepreneurs who asked for Rs 5 in exchange for 5% equity. They closed the same deal with Aman Gupta, Namita Thapar, and Anupam Mittal.



Smart Helmets by Altor

The smart helmets designed by team Altor were one of the show’s most honorable concepts, and it drew a response from the investor panel.

The young group of college grads developed a smart helmet that includes a variety of useful features. The team was inspired to create their hero product after losing a friend in a tragic accident.

With Google Maps, the helmet is GPS-enabled. When linked to a smartphone using Bluetooth, the helmet may send a notification to family members of someone who has been in an accident.

The helmet had a wealth of other features, which delighted the sharks. With Namita Thapar of Emcure Pharma and Aman Gupta, the team negotiated a purchase price of Rs 5 million for 7 percent equity.


Annie by Thinkerbells Lab

Thinkerbell Labs’ product Annie, presented by the cutest “brand ambassador” in Indian television history, is designed to make studying braille enjoyable.

According to the product description, Annie is “the world’s first Braille literacy device.” The device aids visually impaired kids in self-teaching Braile without the assistance of a professional instructor.

The device has the potential to be a game-changer in terms of literacy for the blind. The team was able to raise Rs 1.05 crore from Peyush Bansal, Namita Thapar, and Anupam Mittal.

Here’s the continuation part –  Shark Tank India Season 2 Highlights: Top Pitches & Season 3 Sneak Peek

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Even the Indian Government had their two cents to share.

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Blinkit, the Indian instant delivery service also chimed in with this amusing take.

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Here’s Zomato’s hilarious takes on the meme trend.

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Here’s how Khatabook and Amul reacted.

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Will There Be A Shark Tank India Season 2?

Starting your own business can be intimidating. But Shark Tank India is a great place to get inspiration and motivation.

Shark Tank India Season 2 is set to release in 2022 and with it the growing list of entrepreneurs who are hoping to have their businesses funded by a famous business show. It is said that this series will be released in December 2022, but the actual release date remains a secret. 

We hope you loved watching it as much as we did! Also, we can’t wait for Shark Tank India Season 2

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Shark Tank India Season 2: Deep Waters and New Horizons


Ready for a second swim with the sharks? The second season of the business reality series Shark Tank India, which became successful among Indian youth and business enthusiasts of the country alike with its first season, has a promo that was released on Tuesday.

Shark Tank India season 2’s release date has not yet been declared by the channel, although according to rumors, it may run this year around late November or early December.

Because it was based on the ABC reality series Shark Tank, many questioned its chances of success. All of the doubters were disproved, though, as the program brought in a significant TRP for Sony Entertainment Television proving to be one of the most successful shows in the reality TV market of India currently.

What's new with the Sharks?

The interaction between the sharks and the pitchers as well as the unusual businesses featured on the show adds to its attractiveness and gives it a unique quality unlike anything on Indian television. 

Five sharks from the first season, including Anupam Mittal, founder, and CEO of, Aman Gupta, co-founder, and chief marketing officer of boAt, Namita Thapar, executive director of Emcure Pharmaceuticals, Vineeta Singh, co-founder, and CEO of SUGAR Cosmetics, and Peyush Bansal, founder, and CEO of, will return, according to a Sony release.

New faces


Among the familiar and beloved sharks this time, viewers could discover a new face. Amit Jain, a new shark, will join the previously stated five names. His name is most known for being the CEO and Co-founder of CarDekho Group as well as

Needless to say, mixing things up with a new face is sure to stir up some interesting conversations both online and in the show. How will people react to the new shark? What will he bring to the table? We’ll know soon enough!

Rannvijay Singha will also be replaced by stand-up comedian Rahul Dua this season.

Missing Sharks

The absence of Ashneer Grover, a fan favorite, from the show this season may disappoint some viewers. The entrepreneur had developed a considerable internet fan base last season as a result of his direct responses that frequently erred on the side of rudeness. Along with him, Ghazal Alagh will not be appearing this season as a shark. 

What else is new?

Originally, the show’s contract called for 30 episodes, but after seeing how well-liked it was, it was increased to 35. The episode count for this season is unconfirmed but it goes without saying that the anticipation for it alone is enough to say it could end up with a similar number of episodes.

What made shark tank India so popular?

Since it was a novel for Indian auditions and distinct from the other dramatic reality shows of the Indian Television Industry, the show enjoyed success in its first season.

It features business presentations from entrepreneurs from all around the nation to a group of investors known on the show as “Sharks.” These sharks make their investment decision after viewing the presentations.

The show, which has a 9/10 rating on IMDb, was a tremendous success because it not only acquired popularity but also strengthened the entrepreneurial environment.

India is a nation of start-ups and innovative company concepts, and the program has demonstrated how individuals with the proper ideas can succeed when given the opportunity. All of the pitchers shared the same goal of creating disruptive products that would change the market, exemplifying the disruptive entrepreneurial mentality.

Through ground-breaking concepts and business tactics, disruptive entrepreneurship seeks to upend the market and fast establish a foothold in the industry.

What to expect in season 2?

What can you expect from a show that somehow beat out multiple other shows for the top spot on Indian television you ask? Considering how much reality TV relies on audience support, you can expect this season to be bigger and better than the last. Shark Tank India fans have been itching to get into the world of investments, back talk, fresh product ideas, and more! So what more do you expect?

More applause-worthy pitches

What can you expect from a show that somehow beat out multiple other shows for the top spot on Indian television you ask? Considering how much reality TV relies on audience support, you can expect this season to be bigger and better than the last. Shark Tank India fans have been itching to get into the world of investments, back talk, fresh product ideas, and more! So what more do you expect?

More business insights

An aspect of season 1 that has stayed with the audience of Shark Tank is that the sharks seem to bring a level of insight towards what to invest in and what not to based on their expertise in their own fields. And who wouldn’t want to take the advice of the titans of their industries? These sharks have been chosen not because of their popularity but because they are the best at what they do.

More Shark Tank Goodness

Why wouldn’t the things that made you watch shark tank for the first season keep you hooked for the second? Surely the fun aspects of the show like dry humor, the interactions between these business titans, and their reactions to products, good, bad, or funny will definitely make a comeback this season.

When to expect Shark Tank India Season 2?

With aspiring entrepreneurs moving quickly and Shark Tank India season 2 registration having begun already, we can expect the next season to hit the screens anytime from late November to early December based on previous scheduling. Get ready to tread deep waters with the sharks once more!

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