Shark Tank India Season 2 Investment: The famous business reality show Shark Tank India Season 2 ended on 10 March. Like the first season of this show, this season was also very successful. Namita Thapar, Aman Gupta, Piyush Bansal, Anupal Mittal, Vinita Singh and Amit Jain have appeared as judges in this season. This season people missed the most popular judge of the first season and Bharat Pay founder Ashneer Grover and Mamaearth founder Ghazal Alagh. All six sharks have invested heavily in startups this season. In this season, all the sharks together have invested a total of Rs 81.16 crore.
Which shark invested the most?
Namita Thapar, MD of Emcure Pharmaceuticals has made the maximum investment in the second season of Shark Tank India. He has invested a total of Rs 19.04 crore in startups this season. Significantly, the first episode of the second season of Shark Tank India was telecast on January 2, 2023. At the same time, its last episode was telecast on March 10, 2023. This season many startups like Flat Head, hair color brand Paradyes, Nish Hair etc. were successful in getting investment from sharks. This season, Namita Thapar has invested maximum amount in startups. Apart from Namita, other sharks have also invested money in many businesses.
Boat’s founder Aman Gupta has invested the most money in this season after Namita Thapar. He has invested a total of Rs 17.84 crore in this season.
Piyush Bansal, founder of e-eyewear company, has invested a total of Rs 16.16 crore for 10 weeks this season. In such a situation, he comes at number three in this list.
Shaadi.com founder Anupam Mittal has invested a total of Rs 9.77 crore in the second season of Shark Tank India. It is at the fourth position in this list.
Vinita Singh, co-founder of Sugar Cosmetics, has invested a total of Rs 9.69 crore this season. She has been ranked 5th in this list.
The new judge of Shark Tank India Season 2 and owner of CarDekho.com, Amit Jain has invested the least money in this season. He has invested a total of Rs 8.66 crore in the startup.