Bollywood actor Salman Khan
Salman Khan has invested in the domestic short video app Chingari. Salman Khan will also be the global brand ambassador of Spark.
Sumit Ghosh, the co-founder and CEO of Spark said that it is a very important partnership for Spark. We want to reach every state of India and it is a pleasure for us that Salman Khan is joining us as our global brand ambassador and investor. We believe that our partnership will help in bringing the spark to greater heights in the near future.
Ghosh said that he is confident of sparking new heights with this partnership. Salman Khan said about this that Spark has focused on adding value to its consumers and content makers. He said that I like how the spark took shape in such a short time. It is a platform to give millions of people from rural to urban areas an opportunity to showcase their unique talent.
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These people invested
By December 2020, Spark had raised $ 1.4 million in funds from its blue chip backers in India and around the world. Spark’s investors include Angel List, Iced (iSeed), Village Global, Bloom Founders Fund, Jasminder Singh Gulati and other reputed investment conglomerates with prominent names. Spark has recently closed a new round of $ 13 million funding led by OnMobile. Other investors participating in this round include Republic Labs US, Astark Ventures, White Star Capital, India TV (Rajat Sharma), JPIN Ventures Catalysts Ltd, Profitboard Ventures, and some large family office funds from the UK.
About the spark
Chingari is one of the most popular media super entertainment apps in India. It is owned by Tech 4 Billion Media Pvt. (Tech4Billion Media Private Limited) has. Through this app, users can create and upload videos in more than 12 languages including English and Hindi. Till now Spark has achieved more than 56 million users. Its user base is increasing every minute in India.