Ashneer Grover has revealed in a brand new interplay talked about how Vineeta Singh was his junior at school.

Ashneer Grover, co-founder and former managing director of fintech platform BharatPe appeared on the primary season of Shark Tank India, as one of many seven buyers. At a latest occasion, Ashneer spoke about his co-judge Vineeta Singh and others.

Ashneer gave a lecture at Lovely Professional University lately, and talked about his co-judges. He mentioned, “I knew Anupam from earlier than. I’d pitched him an concept as soon as, and within the month that he took to get again to me, I accepted anyone else’s funding, so I ended up saying no to him. Vineeta was my junior in IIM; we by no means spoke however had exchanged flirtatious glances. She was a kind of ‘scorching juniors’. Aman is a good man, our ‘auditions’ for the present had been held collectively at my place. Peyush everyone knew from Lenskart, and Namita I met for the primary time on the present.”

He additionally talked about his expertise in the present. He mentioned, “None of us went with the intention of getting cash. Let me let you know the reality, none of us made any cash from the present. Some folks mentioned that we made 10 lakh per episode, however I’d have been proud of even 5 lakh. The idea of the present could be very easy; they imagine we now have cash, they usually felt that all of us have high-value startups, we’d have the ability to make investments some cash on the present. So, they requested us to decide to spending 10 crore every on the present. We mentioned okay. We weren’t paid something for any episode; in truth, we labored like bonded labour for hours and hours.”

Ashneer was one of many seven judges on Shark Tank India together with Peyush Bansal (CEO and co-founder of Lenskart), Anupam Mittal (founder and CEO of, Vineeta Singh (CEO and co-founder of SUGAR Cosmetics), Namita Thapar (govt director of Emcure Pharmaceuticals), Aman Gupta (co-founder and chief advertising and marketing officer at boAt), and Ghazal Alagh (co-founder of MamaEarth).

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