Shark Tank India Season 3: Vineeta Singh, Aman Gupta Advise Tailoring Brand With 44% Profit: ‘Investment Ke Chakkar Mein Mat Karo’

New Delhi: ‘Shark Tank India Season 3’ is not just giving viewers and pitchers their desired deals and something to take away, some have also been advised to stay away from getting investors on board their successful enterprises.

Raja-Rani Coaching investment pitch

The income and business plan of Raja-Rani Coaching wowed the judges and sharks in the most recent episode of Shark Tank India season 3. The judges were “mind-blown” after carefully reviewing the pitchers’ packages, services, and earnings and sincerely praised them on their enterprise. But when it came time to bite, the majority of them requested the pitching to not seek out investors at all rather than invest. In the end, Anupam Mittal and Amit Jain made a deal offer to the founders, but they declined.

The couple presented their firm, claiming that their academy, Raja-Rani Coaching, intends to develop tailoring abilities in India and also claimed to be the “fastest-growing tailoring academy” in the country. 

Due to its outstanding profitability, two sharks made comparable proposals. Everyone was once more taken aback when the founders presented them with a demo of their class. 

What the sharks had to say to Raja Rani clothing

The Sharks were impressed by the pitchers’ explanation of their revenue concept. Still, Aman stated, “Yeh toh qala hai, zaruri nahi yeh sabko aye. Investment ke chakkar mai mat aao. Investment ka faida nahi hai (It’s not required for everyone to realize that something is art. Refrain from engaging in the investment loop. Investments have no return on investment.)

 “I am mind blown. Mohit and Priya, fantastic business. Bohot maza aya aapse mil ke.” Vineeta said. 

She declared she was out of the deal, nevertheless, and declined to invest. Namita Thapar concurred and did the same. 

Meanwhile, ‘Shark Tank India’ Season 3 streams on Sony LIV Monday to Friday, 10 PM. This season has also seen new additions of sharks including OYO CEO Ritesh Agarwal.