Shark Tank India, a programme produced by Sony Entertainment last year, is based on the notion of being business-driven. Unexpectedly, the programme gained enormous popularity across the nation. Everyone who has a serious or moderately serious interest in business and entrepreneurship is aware of the rapid rise in popularity that Shark Tank India has had over the past year.
The programme has revolutionised the entrepreneurial scene in India by showcasing a wide range of unique, unconventional ideas developed by people all throughout the country. The aspirations of India’s budding entrepreneurs have been raised by Shark Tank India, a copy of the popular American programme Shark Tank.
Shark Tank India’s second season has finally debuted following a tremendous first season that captured the attention of the entire country.
On January 2, the much-loved television programme Shark Tank India’s second season made its debut. However, it seems that a fresh issue emerged regarding the show not long after the first episode was shown.
The Sharks faced severe criticism for rejecting their rival’s pitch
Everything that happened resulted from sharks rejecting Vineeta Singh’s Sugar Cosmetics brand’s offer as a competitor. Despite liking the makeup brand’s presence in the first episode, Vineeta was visibly surprised to learn that the firm being pitched, Recode, follows the official Instagram account of her brand, Sugar.
The fans did not take well to it, and numerous of them tweeted their displeasure.
Season 2 of the show, according to one internet user, made it abundantly clear that it is a friendship club of affluent people who hang out to discourage hard-working small businesses that make “profits,” and according to another, the show should be called “Friendship Tank of India” and not “Shark Tank of India.”
Namita Thapar hits back at trolls in her own style
In a recent essay, Namita Thapar responds to a day of relentless online harassment by claiming that she detests “toxicity” rather than admiring people who lack “integrity.” She continued by saying she didn’t regret turning down the competing brand’s pitch.
Taking to Twitter, she wrote,
“Being a shark doesn’t mean we are not entitled to our independent values & speaking candidly so if I don’t invest in a fellow sharks competition, that’s me, no regrets & if I call out toxicity & don’t join the ignorant that celebrate people w lack of integrity.. that’s me :)”
She later added,
“Who is the toxicity comment about ? Samajhdar ko ishara kaafi”
Twitter users were divided on Namita’s tweet
Recode Studios co-founder Dheeraj Bansal tells Business Today. Bansal made a pitch for his new company on Shark Tank India 2. Despite having a sizable following and respectable stats, he and his co-founder Rahul Sachdeva were unable to secure funding. Cosmetics and makeup are sold by Recode.
Recode’s net worth
Recode has an estimated net worth of about $100 thousand.
Although Recode’s exact net worth is unknown, networthspot.com estimates it to be around $100,000.
Recode’s net worth, however, has been speculated to be larger than that of others. Given these extra sources of income, Recode might be valued closer to $250,000.
Recode’s annual salary is thought to be $6.68000.
Fans of Recode frequently inquire, “How much does Recode make?” Every day, there are about 3.71 thousand views on the Recode YouTube channel.
For those who are unaware, the business reality show features a number of sharks, including Peyush Bansal, founder and CEO of Lenskart.com, Amit Jain, CEO and co-founder of CarDekho Group and InsuranceDekho.com, and Anupam Mittal, founder and CEO of Shaadi.com. Other sharks include Namita Thapar, executive director of Emcure Pharmaceuticals, and Vineeta Singh, co-founder and CEO of SUGAR Cosmetics.