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Shark Tank India 2: Paradyes Co-founder Yushika Jolly Alleges Receiving Hate Comments

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Shark Tank India 2: Yushika Jolly, co-founder and CEO of the hair dye company Paradyes, and her husband Siddharth Raghuvanshi recently appeared on Shark Tank India 2. Even though they were able to reach an agreement with Vineeta Singh and Aman Gupta, the two sharks Anupam Mittal and Peyush Bansal—who had offered them a deal of 1%—were not pleased. Jolly recently addressed the hateful remarks she had received for being assertive and her husband’s praise for his negotiating abilities on social media.

A hair-coloring company named Paradyes made an appearance on Shark Tank India 2 episode 9. It’s understandable why the judges were eager to invest in them given how great their product looked and how well they delivered their pitch. The co-founders appeared to have their sights set on Vineeta Singh and Aman Gupta despite the fact that all of the judges, with the exception of Namita Thappar, wanted to invest in their company.


When Yushika Jolly and her husband and co-founder Siddharth Raghuvanshi appeared on the show, they delivered a killer pitch that brought out the sharks’ inner rivals. It was Vineeta and Aman who closed the deal as Peyush Bansal, Vineeta Singh, Anupam Mittal, and Aman Gupta fought over equity.

Also Read: Shark Tank India Season 2: Fan Tells Aman Gupta ‘Shark Tank India Ko Indian Idol Mat Banana’

The episode had a positive effect on their business, she wrote, “Our website has seen a 20x spike in traffic. Many distributors and detailers have gotten in touch with us. Our Instagram account has more than 9k more followers now than it did two days ago. I’ve gotten over 3,000 LinkedIn friend requests, and my following on this site has increased from 1,000 to over 6,000. In conclusion, I think that appearing on Shark Tank will alter the situation for us and result in you seeing us much more frequently going forward.

Jolly claimed that while her business savvy and negotiating abilities were criticised, those of her husband, Siddharth Raghuvanshi, co-founder of Paradyes, “got praised for his excellent negotiating skills and his smile.”

“I call attention to gender discrimination” “I’m starting to believe that we, as a country, despise women for being assertive and having opinions,” writes Jolly on his LinkedIn post “.

Also defending their choice to accept Vineeta Singh and Aman Gupta’s offer over Lenskart CEO Peyush Bansal’s offer was Yushika Jolly. She claims to be a “keyboard warrior” who knows her “business better than anyone.”

Yushika Jolly and Siddharth Raghuvanshi entered the show requesting 65 lakh rupees for 1% equity in their business. Although Piyush Bansal gave them what they requested, the two ultimately decided to accept Vineeta and Aman’s offer of 65 lakh for 2% equity.

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