Ghazal Alagh opens up about the worst part of the show, the bad products – Shark Tank India
Shark Tank India has been rocking the internet ever since it aired in December last year and ended on February 4. The judges of the show have become national idols and their iconic dialogues have turned into hilarious memes that have been doing the rounds. social media.
Mamerearth co-founder Ghazal Alagh and her husband and business partner Varun Alagh recently participated in Figuring Out, a YouTube talk show hosted by Raj Shamani.
In the interview, Ghazal talks about a variety of topics from being approached for the show to finding out that she had invested in some bad products on the show and the worst part about shooting the business reality show .
She told Raj in the interview, “There have been deals where you’ve liked their products, but then you go home and check out those products on Amazon, you go, ‘Oh my god! What do you do now?’ But you can’t go back, right? Because the data they shared was correct, now the products don’t have good ratings, so that’s your problem. So things like that have happened too.”
He also spoke about the parts of the show which he did not enjoy much. Speaking on the same, she said, “The worst thing is when they shoot your stills. You don’t have to use your brain at all, and you just have to pose.”
On the other hand, she continued, “Otherwise it’s a very interesting show, I loved being there, I thought I was there for a very short time, of course being pregnant, but I gave them about eight in total. day (eight episodes), but overall the experience was great. It was fun, especially the pranks between the sharks, we had a lot of fun backstage.”
The show included Namita Thapar, CEO, Emcure Pharmaceuticals, Anupam Mittal, Founder Shaadi.com, Vinita Singh, Founder, Sugar Cosmetics, Ashneer Grover, Co-Founder, BharatPe, Piyush Bansal, Co-Founder, Lenskart, Aman Gupta, Founder, BOAT and Mamaearth. -Includes Founder Ghazal. as separate judges.
Shark Tank India was launched in December last year and is an adaptation of the popular American reality show Shark Tank. The show ended on 4 February after airing 35 episodes.
Shark Tank presents a platform for aspiring entrepreneurs to present their business ideas to a panel of market leaders, who invest in their company and mentor them in exchange for an equity stake in their company.