Shark Tank India Season 3 Episode 15 download

Shark Tank India Season 3: From Ronnie Screwvala to Radhika Gupta, here’s all you need to know about the new sharks

With the first two seasons of Shark Tank India hitting the right notes with the viewers, the makers of the reality show are preparing for an even bigger and better third season. The panel of sharks will feature six new faces, including Ronnie Screwvala, Ritesh Agarwal, Radhika Gupta, Varun Dua, Deepinder Goyal, and Azhar Iqubal, alongside returning sharks Namita Thapar, Vineeta Singh, Peyush Bansal, Amit Jain, Aman Gupta, and Anupam Mittal. As excitement builds for the upcoming season, here’s everything you need to know about the new sharks joining Shark Tank India Season 3 Episode 15 download.

Ritesh Agarwal

The founder and CEO of Oyo Rooms, Ritesh Agarwal, has been announced as a new panelist on the upcoming season of Shark Tank India. Born in Odisha, Agarwal dropped out of college to pursue his dream of becoming an entrepreneur. He began his entrepreneurial journey at the age of 13 by selling SIM cards after school. While in college, Agarwal founded Oravel Stays, a small hospitality chain similar to Airbnb. However, his big break came in 2013 when he launched Oyo Rooms after receiving the Thiel Fellowship. According to DNA, Agarwal’s estimated net worth is Rs 16,462 crore.

Deepinder Goyal

The co-founder and CEO of Zomato, Deepinder Goyal, has joined the panel of sharks in Shark Tank India Season 3. In 2008, Goyal collaborated with Pankaj Chaddah to launch a startup called Foodiebay, which was later renamed Zomato (in 2010). An alumnus of IIT Delhi, Goyal has a net worth of Rs 2030 crore, according to DNA. He has invested his wealth in several other startups, such as TerraDo, HyperTrack, SquadStack, and Bira 91.

Azhar Iqubal

Azhar Iqubal is another young Indian entrepreneur who will be appearing on Shark Tank India Season 3. He is the Co-founder and CEO of Inshorts, a prominent news aggregator, which he started as a Facebook page, News in Shorts in 2013 with Deepit Purkayastha and Anunay Arunav. Iqubal dropped out of IIT Delhi to pursue his entrepreneurial dreams, and his hard work has paid off as his business empire is now worth over Rs 3,700 crore. In addition to running a successful company, Iqubal has also invested his wealth in startups like Quickpay.

Ronnie Screwvala

film producer and entrepreneur — Ronnie Screwvala — will be joining the new season of the popular business-related reality show Shark Tank India as a Shark. Screwvala started his entrepreneurial journey in the 70s with a small business that manufactured toothbrushes, and over the years he ventured into different sectors. He is a prominent name in the entertainment industry and is the co-founder of upGrad. He is also one of the richest producers in the Hindi film industry (founder of RSVP Movies) with an estimated net worth of Rs 12,800 crore, according to a DNA report.

Radhika Gupta

In a recent post on X (formerly known as Twitter), Radhika Gupta, the MD and CEO of Edelweiss AMC since 2017, clarified that she will invest in Shark Tank India in a personal capacity. An alumnus of Wharton School — University of Pennsylvania, Gupta is also an accomplished author.

Varun Dua

Days after introducing Azhar Iqubal, Deepinder Goyal, and Ritesh Agarwal, the makers of Shark Tank India revealed that Varun Dua, Radhika Gupta, and Ronnie Screwvala will also be joining the panel of sharks in the upcoming season. Varun Dua is the Founder and CEO of Acko, a digital insurance policy provider that became a unicorn after successfully raising $255 million in a series D round led by General Atlantic and Multiples Private Equity Fund in 2021.

Shark Tank India Season 3 Episode 15 Highlights


Ahmedabad-based Hyperlab has created a unique device called Helios, which uses a laser pointer to help athletes, and fitness enthusiasts measure strength, reflexes, and stamina.

When 23-year-old Hitarth Parikh was asked to come up with a unique project proposal for his internship at an Ahmedabad-based design studio in 2021, he knew he wanted to work on something in the fitness venue. Parikh, a professional product designer, grew up participating in various sports till he was injured a few years ago. While numerous exercise equipment and supplies, such as treadmills and weight machines, are available in the Indian market today, Parikh claims that not all of them assist athletes in measuring finer qualities such as agility, reaction, and stamina.

Parikh then teamed up with Chahil Patel—an Ahmedabad-based technology professional–to build Hyperlab and develop its first flagship product Helios. Co-founder Patel now heads research and development at the startup. “While these machines could help develop strength, an advanced device is needed to improve agility, stamina, and reflexes. It was a clear opportunity waiting to be tapped,” Parikh tells YourStory. While numerous exercise equipment and supplies, such as treadmills and weight machines, are available in the Indian market today, Parikh claims that not all of them assist athletes in measuring finer qualities such as agility, reaction, and stamina.

By the end of 2024, Parikh and Patel’s Hyperlab expect to have sold at least 3,000 devices. According to Parikh, the 15-member team is also conducting research to produce three unique gadgets for swimming, football, and cricket, each with its own set of measurements. “Once we can build our own product line, our basis will be solid. “Building the portfolio will become easier thereafter,” he jokes.

While three-year-old Hyperlab is currently bootstrapped, the team hopes to start fundraising talks in March to expand the product line, manufacturing capabilities, and technical expertise.

Diksha Singhi’s brand “A Little Extra” impresses sharks on Shark Tank

Content creator Diksha Singhi appeared on Shark Tank season 3 and managed to impress the sharks. Diksha owns a brand called “A Little Extra”, your one and only stop for quirky handmade jewellery, including beaded, brass, fabric, terracotta and shell. With over 204k followers on Instagram, the brand has been steadily gaining traction, and is set to gain a whole lot more after Diksha’s appearance on Shark Tank. Taking to social media, Diksha shared her excitement for the big opportunity.“Life has come a full circle today, and honestly, I am short on words today. I don’t know what to say,where to begin,” she wrote. “Never could I have imagined that something that I started with just an investment of ₹5000 would make it to the biggest entrepreneurial television show of INDIA  @sharktank.india. And honestly, NONE of this could have happened without the strong community we have built here.” In the reel, Diksha is clearly able to impress the judges, who are relaxed and intrigued with her brand and her ideas. However, only time will tell which judges will choose to invest in her business, and what deal she will get from them.

Shark Tank India S3 Judge Anupam Mittal SHOCKED After Startup Founders Reveal Impressive Salaries. Reaction Goes Viral

Shark Tank India Season 3 judge Anupam Mittal’s reaction to startup founders telling their impressive salaries to the judges on show goes viral. In a promo shared by a social media user, the founder also makes a comment over the salaries earned by the founder. Take a look at the video here. Shark Tank India Season 3 judges include founder Anupam Mittal, BoAt founder Aman Gupta, Vineeta Singh, Sugar Cosmetics Co-Founder and CEO, Zomato CEO Deepinder Goyal, OYO founder Ritesh Agarwal, and a few others.The show, which features the owners of various firms presenting their ideas for investment to sharks, has been running smoothly, with the third season currently gaining traction. A new promo for the show is now extensively shared, in which Anupam Mittal is astonished when he questions about the salary of business founders.

Anupam Mittal shocked after learning about impressive salaries of start-up owners In a promo shared on X (formerly known as Twitter) by a social media user, Mittal is heard questioning Nasher Miles’ founder and CEO, Lokesh Daga, founder and chairman, Abhishek Daga, and founder and marketing head, Shruti Kedia Daga, about their monthly salaries. When they disclosed that they each received Rs 7 lakh, Rs 7 lakh, and Rs 5.75 lakh in income, respectively, Mittal questioned them about their yearly pay. But Mittal was shocked when one of them told him it was their monthly pay.

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