Shark Tank India's first season was superhit. Namita Thapar was one of the sharks on the show. On Saturday, she took to Instagram to announce that she has invested in farmer Pandurang Taware's Agro Tourism company, after having missed out on it on the show. Her post received a lot of love from fans.
Sharing a picture, she wrote in the caption, "A positive start to my weekend.. my 2 regrets during Shark Tank were Jugaadu Kamlesh & Pandurang Taware, 2 incredible farmers from Maharashtra. Today, I have invested in Pandurang's company that is working towards a super cause that is close to my heart - Agro Tourism - excited to partner with him to help pan India farms show the beauty of our villages to the world! #proudindian @agritourismindia @pandurangtaware."
Reacting to it, Jugaadu Kamlesh dropped a heart and fire emojis. A fan dropped a comment saying, "What an amazing gesture... Hope this inspires other investors to venture into one of the most neglected industries of India.. This is truly inspiring... All the best Pandurang's team." Another one wrote, "Wow... glad to know... loved their mission and pure heart with which they are working on it.. Great decision.. all the best." A third one wrote, "Huge respect and love for you Namita ma'am." "Mam u r indeed truly inspirational and very good human being," wrote a fan. ALSO READ:Shark Tank India's Namita Thapar And Aman Gupta REVEAL They Wore Same Clothes For Days During The Show And Here's The Reason Why
Earlier, in a blog post, Namita had revealed that she has invested Rs 10 crore in 25 companies during her stint on the show. She revealed, "I saw around 170 pitches and invested Rs 10 crore in 25 companies that touched my heart. I invested Rs 7 crore during the show and Rs 3 crore post the show in deals I had lost out on and in a few existing deals to increase my stake."