'The Rage Room': Hyderabad Entrepreneur's Unique Pitch On Shark Tank India 3

Suraj Pusarla, from Hyderabad, pitched 'The Rage Room' on Shark Tank India season 3, a space for people to vent stress safely. Despite not securing an investment, the concept attracted attention for its innovative approach to stress management. Suraj remains optimistic about its future.

Unique Rage Room Pitch On Shark Tank India

In a recent episode of 'Shark Tank India’ season 3, viewers were introduced to a rather unconventional business idea. Suraj Pusarla, hailing from Hyderabad, pitched his unique venture, 'The Rage Room’, a space designed for individuals to vent their stress and anger in a controlled and safe manner. Established in October 2022, 'The Rage Room’ offers a therapeutic outlet for people to express their frustrations without judgment.

The concept behind 'The Rage Room’ is deeply personal for Suraj, who dealt with anger management issues during his childhood. This innovative solution allows participants to destroy objects in a rage room, providing a physical way to release tension and ultimately feel more relaxed. Suraj’s pitch on the show was to secure a deal of Rs 20 lakh for 30 per cent equity in his brand.

His presentation caught the attention of the sharks, with Anupam Mittal, Founder and CEO of Shaadi.com, expressing his understanding of the concept. The pitch even sparked a light-hearted exchange among the sharks, including a humorous remark by Mittal that seemed to reference Ashneer Grover, a former shark known for his temper.

Vineeta Singh and Namita Thapar were seen enjoying the banter, while Aman Gupta, co-founder and CMO of boAt, noted the particular need for such a venture in Delhi. The entrepreneurs, including Gupta, Mittal, and Peyush Bansal, co-founder and CEO of Lenskart, even experienced 'The Rage Room’ first-hand during the pitch. Suraj highlighted the eco-friendly aspect of his business, noting that all materials used are recycled and sent back for recycling after use.

Despite the enthusiastic presentation and the sharks’ interest, 'The Rage Room’ did not manage to secure an investment. Reflecting on his experience, Suraj shared his feelings about the pitch. He described the event as exhilarating and expressed gratitude for the opportunity to showcase his passion and receive valuable feedback from the seasoned entrepreneurs. Despite not securing a deal, Suraj remains optimistic about the future of 'The Rage Room’, viewing the exposure and insights gained from Shark Tank as a stepping stone for continued growth and success.

'Shark Tank India 3’ continues to air on Sony LIV, offering a platform for innovative entrepreneurs to present their ideas to a panel of investors. Suraj’s experience on the show underscores the challenges and opportunities that come with pitching a novel business concept to potential investors.

(This report has been published as part of the auto-generated syndicate wire feed. Apart from the headline, no editing has been done in the copy by ABP Live.)

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