Edelweiss MF’s MD and CEO, Radhika Gupta, might grace the popular business reality show Shark Tank India in its third season. An exclusive by a media portal claims that Radhika is set to join the show, per sources.
While there’s no buzz on the official channels of the show on social media, it would be interesting to have the maverick on Shark Tank India as an investor who comes from a core finance domain. It would be an exciting addition to the cavalry of women entrepreneurs on the show, which includes Namita Thapar, Vineeta Singh (Sugar Cosmetics), and former shark Ghazal Alagh (Mamaearth).
The 40-year-old business professional became one of the youngest Indian CEOs at the age of 33. Radhika Gupta is the author of ‘Limitless: The Power of Unlocking Your True Potential,’ a bestseller published by Hachette. The book unravels the enterprising executive’s triumph over tribulations in her entrepreneurial journey.
— Radhika Gupta (@iRadhikaGupta) June 2, 2022
Radhika’s life has been an extraordinary testament, as she overcame thoughts of un-aliving herself after a string of failed interviews for jobs. In 2018, she gave a talk, ‘The Girl with a Broken Neck’ that broke the internet. It recounted how she overcame the odds to secure her first job at McKinsey and the ensuing success despite her debilitating physical condition and mental health issues.
On Mental Health Day, she flipped back five years and reminisced about how the viral talk changed her perspective on life. She wrote about how everyone leads a life of duality, one in front of the stage and the other behind.
Each one of us leads two lives. One on the front of the stage – what people see, in control, problem free. And one behind the stage – what no one sees,… pic.twitter.com/uUsOTWTq21
— Radhika Gupta (@iRadhikaGupta) October 10, 2023
It would be awesome to see Radhika Gupta on Shark Tank India’s sets, inspiring millions of girls and women watching her on desi telly to take up entrepreneurship and break all glass ceilings.
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