Shark Tank India 3’s Brassware brand pitchers return cheques to sharks with blessings, write ‘To express artisans’ gratitude, we are sending a cheque on their behalf to each of the 5 sharks’ |

Even after Season 3, Shark Tank India continues to attract viewers’ interest. The show has consistently made headlines for its intriguing presentations and business stories. P-TAL, a luxury brassware brand, was featured on the most recent season of the show. The brand has shared a heartfelt video thanking the five sharks who invested in it.
The brand took to Instagram to share a video with a meaningful greeting for the five sharks who invested in the brand: Aman Gupta, Namita Thapar, Anupam Mittal, Vineeta Singh, and Amit Jain.
The brand pitchers wrote in the caption, “We are sending the cheques back to all the 5 sharks from Shark Tank India who invested in us. All 5 sharks in our panel (Aman, Anupam, Amit, Namita, Vineeta) had agreed to put in: ₹20L each at 0.64% equity, Experience, expertise and time, Network and connects with relevant helpful individuals. When we went to our artisans and shared this with them, they got overjoyed and had tears of happiness in their eyes.”
The caption further read, “To express their gratitude, we are sending a cheque on their behalf to each of the 5 sharks, paying them: Love, Respect, and Blessings. And a P-TAL product especially handcrafted by them. After all, this truly is the wealth that our artisans possess! We are extremely grateful to Shark Tank India, the sharks, our team and all of you for always supporting us.”
In the video, Punjabi artisans praised the investors for believing in their work. They were pleased to see their work on television. They expressed their gratitude in the most lovely way.
As soon as the brand shared the video, fans filled the comments section with praise. One user remarked, “This is one of the most innovative and wholesome reels I’ve seen. “‘The Bank of Blessings’, aah.” Another person added, “This is probably the most touching video on the internet after a long long time.”

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On Shark Tank, the brassware brand’s three founders pitched their firm to all five sharks: Anupam Mittal, Vineeta Singh, Aman Gupta, Namita Thapar, and Amit Jain.
They initially asked for Rs 50 lakh for 1 percent stock, but later accepted a lesser valuation and received double the money they requested. Anupam recommended, “Paisa aur lelo (Take more money)” when Vineeta proposed a Rs 1 crore deal for 3.2 percent stake.


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