shark tank india In a promotional video shared by Sony Entertainment Television, the entrepreneur pitches her clothing brand and also makes clothing for plus-sized people, Namita Sappa said. I said yes. EmCure Her Pharmaceuticals Executive Her director Namita reveals she’s faced her own body shaming and asks entrepreneurs why they haven’t created brands specifically for plus-size people. I was.
Namita says,Sach much India mein jo ye body shaming jise kehte hain, jo yeh ‘moti, moti’ bulate hain, uski target main bhi ban chuki hoon. Size ke liye (I was faced with a body ashamed of myself and was told I was fat. Why didn’t I want to create a brand specifically for plus size women instead of having all sizes).
Pitcher said, “The biggest problem with the plus-size industry is that plus-size people are treated like outcasts. Not having a separate size chart or collection makes them feel included.” I want them to be part of our entire collection.”
This isn’t the first time Namita has spoken out about being attacked because of her appearance. During a conversation with Chetan Bhagat on his Deeptalk podcast last year, she recalled being bullied for being overweight and having lots of facial hair and acne. I was so ashamed of myself … and I felt so ugly,” she says, adding, “No one looked at me. I have a lot of facial hair and pimples and there was a guy in my class who called me ‘the girl with the mustache’ in Marathi.