Over the course of seven years, Jugadu Kamlesh created a pesticide-spraying machine. In his company, Peyush Bansal had made an investment. He recently provided an update on the product.
One of the most watched reality TV programmes is Shark Tank. The excitement and attention that entrepreneurs’ company proposal presentations generate is unmatched. Of the many competitors, a few are able to make an impression on the judges. And Kamlesh Nanasaheb Ghumare, commonly known as Jugadu Kamlesh, was one such competitor from season one of the programme. He stole the show with his ideas, and several of the judges were surprised by his suggestion.
Over the course of seven years, Jugadu Kamlesh created a pesticide-spraying machine. But once he presented the product on the show, he was told to make certain adjustments.
Peyush Bansal, the CEO of Lenskart, gave his business 10 lakh rupees in return for a 40% interest in KG Agrotech. Also, he offered a 20 lakh loan at no interest.
Bansal has since shared an update regarding the product on Instagram. Kamlesh and his design team demonstrated an enhanced product in the video that is speedier, lighter, and autonomous. According to Kamlesh, the tool could cover ground and rise up to a height of 10 feet, benefiting farmers. The item is known by the name “Bharat K-2.”
“Not everyone is as affluent as some of us are, but they do have potential…and sometimes all they need is a little shove to realise their ambitions,” wrote Bansal as he posted the product’s video on social media.
Three days ago, this video was shared. More than one lakh people have loved it since it was uploaded. Many comments are made on the video as well.
These are some responses:
One person wrote, “Finally, Jugadu Kamlesh is before us. Amazing!!!” “You are fantastic, sir. Few individuals possess such a personality, “said another. You are a genius man, wrote a third person.