Namita Thapar is widely recognized in India, especially among women entrepreneurs. Serving as the Executive Director for Emcure Pharmaceuticals in India, she has motivated others and played a key role in advancing the healthcare industry.
Namita Thapar became well-known after appearing on the Indian TV program Shark Tank. She gained popularity for her one-liners, witty remarks and competitive attitude on the show, attracting a lot of attention and recognition. Her popular one-liners include – “I’m out”, “Meri expertise nahi hai” and others.
Shark Tank India 3 Judge Namita Thapar Gave A Fitting Reply To Trolls
Recently, Namita Thapar attended a business event and posted a short video from the event on social media. In the clip, she removes her jacket to reveal a T-shirt with the words “I Am Out, Papa Ki Pari” written on it. Thapar shares how she handles memes and trolling with a positive attitude.
She added: “I have one more (T-shirt), Sanjiv, which says ‘nepo kid, Ye meri expertise nahi hai, I am out…'”
— Namita (@namitathapar) February 11, 2024
Further, Namita also talked about about facing trolls as she mentioned that the best approach to deal with trolling is to simply have fun with it, embrace it, and not take it too seriously.
She said: “The best way to deal with trolling is just to have fun with it, to own it, and to embrace it.”
Namita Thapar, the Executive Director of Emcure Pharmaceuticals, took part in the ET NOW Global Business Summit 2024 on Saturday. The video she posted on social media was from this event.
Meanwhile, in the ongoing season 3 of Shak Tank India, Namita Thapar recently sold part of her investment in an airport retail brand, earning a 3.5x return. This marks the first successful exit on Shark Tank India.
The brand, Rare Planet, joined in 2021, securing a deal with Thapar. She sees this exit as a boost to the show’s credibility, proving profitable ventures in artisans and handicrafts. Thapar praised Rare Planet’s growth from 4 to 50 stores, making it India’s largest airport retailer. She partially exited to support its long-term success.