Shark Tank India Season 2: Sharks (Judges), Episodes, Release Date, Registration, Pitches, Investments

Shark Tank India (Season 2)

January 2, 2023
60 minutes
Season: 2
Episodes: 51
Status: released

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Shark Tank India (Season 2) TV Show Details:

Based onShark Tank
Country India
Language Hindi
GenreBusiness Reality Show
Release date2 January – 13 March 2023
Running time60 minutes
Starring (Sharks)Anupam Mittal
Peyush Bansal
Vineeta Singh
Aman Gupta
Amit Jain
Namita Thapar
Directed by Nishant Nayak
Written byRahul Dua
Produced byStudio NEXT Sony Pictures Television
Production locationsMumbai, Maharashtra
Production CompanyStudio NEXT
Sony Pictures Television
Distributor Sony Entertainment Television
Sony LIV

Shark Tank India (Season 2) TV Show Sharks:

Amit JainCEO and co-founder of CarDekho
Aman GuptaCo-founder and Chief Marketing Officer of boAt
Namita ThaparExecutive Director of Emcure Pharmaceuticals
Peyush BansalCo-founder and CEO of Lenskart
Anupam MittalFounder and CEO of and People Group
Vineeta SinghCEO and co-founder of SUGAR Cosmetics


The show features a panel of potential investors, termed as “Sharks”, who listen to entrepreneurs pitch ideas for a business or product they wish to develop. These self-made multi-millionaires judge the business concepts and products pitched and then decide whether to invest their own money to help market and mentor each contestant.

Pitches and investments by sharks:

Ep. No.Pitch No.lBrandIdeaOriginal askDealInvestment by
Namita ThaparAnupam MittalVineeta SinghAman GuptaPeyush BansalAmit Jain
11HooVu FreshFlowers₹ 80 Lakhs for 1% Equity₹1 crore or 2% EquityGreen checkmarkGreen checkmark
2Dorje TeasDarjeeling Tea₹ 30 Lakhs for 5% Equity₹ 30 Lakhs for 15% EquityGreen checkmarkGreen checkmarkGreen checkmark
3Recode StudioBeauty Products₹ 1 Crore for 1% EquityNo Deal
24Very Much IndianTraditional and Ethnic Sarees₹ 50 Lakhs for 3% Equity₹ 50 Lakhs for 10% EquityGreen checkmarkGreen checkmark