Shark Tank 2: Anupam Mittal & Peyush Bansal fight; the latter says ‘don’t disrespect’

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  The Shark Tank India Season 2 episode from January 11th was intense. It saw the Sharks fighting each other.

Peyush Bansal and Anupam Mittal got into a heated argument over a pitch. Shark Tank 2, which premiered on January 2, features entrepreneurs from all walks of life pitching their brands to five big-shot investors known as Sharks.

 Peyush Bansal, Namita Thapar, Aman Gupta, Vineeta Singh, and Anupam Mittal were all present in the previous episode. As usual, the episode featured three pitches.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM SHARK TANK 2: 

Vineet Saraiwala, the founder of Atypical Advantage, an inclusive platform that provides employment opportunities to the disabled, delivered the episode’s first pitch.

Vineet also revealed that he has Retinitis Pigments, a rare genetic degenerative eye condition that causes severe vision impairment. He revealed that his platform contains over 1000 inclusive artworks, 500 performing artists, and 140 artists available for commission.

His asking price was Rs 30 lakh for 1% equity. Piyush, Anupam, Namita, and Aman offered him a deal, which resulted in fights. Peyush reveals that his sisteralso gifted, so the cause personal to him.

During this time, Peyush Bansal and Anupam Mittal had a heated argument. As a result, they decided to back down.

To cut a long story short, Peyush wanted to work alone, whereas Anupam wanted him to work with Namita and Aman. However, Peyush declined, and the deal eventually won by Namita and Aman.

“Do not disrespect man,” Peyush said after the pitch. Anupam responded, “You were uttering nonsense. You stated that you never make deals when there are so many people involved, but you have in the past, so don’t say that.” He warned Peyush not to be a moron. Namita Thapar attempted to soothe them.

The second pitch made by Aakriti and Poonam Rawal, a mother-daughter team from Delhi. They pitched their brand, House of Chikankari, which is a company that makes original handmade chikankari outfits.

Their pitch was extremely creative, beginning with a classical dance performance. Later, the pair demonstrated hand-embroidered kurtas and sets to the Sharks. 

Their asking price is Rs 75 lakh for 1% equity. Aman and Peyush made an offer of Rs 75 lakh in exchange for 3.75 percent equity, which Aakriti and Poonam accepted. “I would like my brother (Aman Gupta) to take this deal,” Namita said as she stepped down from the deal. Because my favourite shark is Aman.” 

“What an unexpected deal, two men supporting two women in chikankari,” Namita later said.

Preety Maggo from Delhi delivered a one-of-a-kind pitch. Her company, Magic Of Memories, creates jewellery from human and pet DNA to commemorate significant life events.

She creates keepsake jewellery out of pet DNA, blood, breast milk, umbilical cord, or a baby’s first hair, among other things.

The Sharks all went ‘eww’ when they heard this. Preety stated that she has sold over 500 pieces to date. The Sharks all backed out of the deal.


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