In the most recent Shark Tank India season 2 episode Aman Gupta continued by saying that after hitting rock bottom, people have no choice but to work hard and rise. He also encouraged business owners to remain working.

The majority of business owners experience setbacks, whether it be a lack of cash or being about to fold. But what truly determines everything is how they respond to these difficulties and come out stronger. Aman Gupta, a Shark Tank India investor and co-founder and chief marketing officer (CMO) of the wearables company boAt, claimed in a recent LinkedIn post that he has always had “downs” more frequently than people are aware of.

When someone hits rock bottom, Aman Gupta continued, they have no choice but to work hard and rise. He also counseled business owners to maintain working hard. The co-founder of boAt continued by saying that he is motivated by people who have entrepreneurial and persistently positive spirits in general, rather than only by the spirit of businesspeople who overcome obstacles to succeed.

In his tweet, Gupta stated: “In [reality], we all face downs. You cannot fathom how many times I have felt depressed. But there is only one way out when you reach your lowest point. Up. Keep working hard; the day you give up is the day you fail. Not only by the spirit of these entrepreneurs but also by individuals who have an enduringly positive attitude in general.

Additionally, he uploaded a longer than 50-second clip from the third episode of Season 2 of Shark Tank India. Gupta is heard addressing the creators of the hyperlocal content platform STAGE in this tape that the nation needs people just like them. India needs people like you, claims Gupta. I’ll explain why. It’s common for Indian business owners to fail, but it’s astounding when they recover and build a 300 crore rupee corporation. What mood are you in? Do I have this right?

Two of the STAGE founders nod in agreement as they listen to this and start to cry. “Six of my enterprises tanked and that is when boAt was made,” Gupta continues.

You have built a Rs 300 crore firm, Gupta, who is also the CMO at boAt, says the other founder of STAGE. You represent entrepreneurs’ best hope, in my opinion. “Boss, jab gir ke banda Rs 300 crore ki company bana sakta hai na to isse jyaada kuch nahi chahiye,” they will say as they stare at you. Near the end, Gupta declares, “I’m not simply giving money. For India, I’m doing it.

Vinay, Parveen, and Shashank Singhal founded STAGE, which was valued at $250 million by Peyush Bansal, the CEO of Lenskart, Gupta, and Namita Thapar, the executive director of Emcure Pharmaceuticals. Additionally, Blume Ventures, Better Capital, and other notable investors contributed money to the firm.

Beginning on January 2, Shark Tank India season 2 was shown on Sony TV, the SonyLIV app, and the SonyLIV website. On the program, a group of sharks or investors consider the business plans of aspiring entrepreneurs before making an investment. The sharks on this show are Aman Gupta, co-founder and chief marketing officer of boAt, Namita Thapar, executive director of Emcure Pharmaceuticals, Peyush Bansal, CEO of Lenskart, Anupam Mittal, founder of, Vineeta Singh, CEO of SUGAR Cosmetics, and Amit Jain, founder of CarDekho.