Shark Tank India
Shark Tank India is a television series that features aspiring entrepreneurs who pitch their business ideas to a panel of investors, known as “sharks,” in the hopes of securing funding and mentorship. The sharks are successful business people who have achieved great success in their respective industries. Each episode features a series of pitches, during which the entrepreneurs share their vision and business plans. The sharks then ask questions and offer feedback, ultimately deciding whether to invest in the company or not. The show provides a platform for entrepreneurs to gain exposure and funding for their businesses, while also offering viewers an inside look at the world of startups and venture capital.
Namita Thapar, a judge on Shark Tank India, has revealed that she underwent IVF treatment twice, which involved enduring 25 injections that caused her immense emotional and physical discomfort.
Namita Thapar, the Executive Director of Emcure Pharmaceuticals, has shared her experience of becoming a mother. She stated that she was able to conceive naturally at the age of 28 and had a successful pregnancy. However, when she tried to conceive again after a few years, she faced fertility issues. As a result, she underwent two rounds of IVF treatment, which involved receiving 25 injections that caused her both physical and emotional distress. She also mentioned the various old wives’ tales about conceiving, such as keeping your legs up or crossing them, which can add to the stress of couples struggling with infertility. Namita Thapar highlighted the difficulties faced by couples who are trying to conceive without success and the emotional toll it can take.
Namita shared that she gave up on having another child after two failed attempts, but then unexpectedly conceived naturally. However, she felt ashamed and kept this experience to herself for 10 years, even refraining from discussing it on her YouTube channel due to societal taboo. Recently, she spoke to a doctor about her struggles with infertility and contemplated sharing her story publicly. Although some advised her against it, she ultimately decided to listen to her heart and speak out, receiving support from others. She even wrote about this experience in her book