Anupam Mittal, who has become a concept after appearing on Shark Tank India as a ‘shark’, everything is set to appear in a documentary called Anupam Ki Shaadi, which will record the journey of his company Shaadi.com. He recently opened up about this experience and explained how it differs from reality shows. Anupam mentioned that while he got used to the cameras all around during Shark Tank India, filming the documentary was a completely different ball game.
Anupam told Moneycontrol: “It helped. When you shoot for so many days with 13 cameras aimed at you from all possible angles, you become a pro very quickly. However, the performance is very different because you do not play. After a while, you won’t even see the cameras anymore, because you’re so absorbed in the activity that happens on the dance floor and competes with your classmates, but when you shoot something like Anupam ki Shaadi, it’s really acting. even if you experienced it. “
He added: “You can’t remember your emotions, so you’re trying to get into your head when you were 20 years old to see what could have happened. It’s almost like playing another character. It cost me a lot of intensity and the search for a soul to do it, because I’m not an actor. “
The Shark Tank India reality show inspired by the popular American reality show ran from December to January. Along with Anupam Mittal, former founder of Bharat Pe Ashneer Grover, he appeared in the show as a shark, along with Namita Thapar, Ghazal Alagh, Peyush Bansal, Vineeta Singh and Aman Gupta. In February, Anupam mentioned that he joined the show to ‘invest as little money as possible’. He said he did not know about the Shark Tank process and the kind of business that came his way. “I didn’t go to the show with the idea of putting 10 million Rs or 20 million Rs in this or that idea. But my problem is that I got into FOMO (fear of missing). And in Shark Tank, your fellow investors are, it’s a highly stressful situation and a competitive spirit. “