Top 20 Angel Investors of 2021 in India

Kunal Shah

Kunal Shah is one of the finest and most successful Entrepreneurs from India. He is the Founder and CEO of Cred.He is an active angel investor and has more than 200 investments under his belt , such as Innov8, Spinny, Zepo, Unacademy, and Bharat Bazaar.

Ramakant Sharma

Ramakant is a seasoned tech entrepreneur and active angel investor with over 15 years of experience in technology based startups (SaaS, consumer internet, deep tech), and early stage investments. His strong belief in description through technology and problem solving has been his true north throughout his career. He has been an immensely involved participant of the Indian startup ecosystem — co-founding notable companies such as Livspace — being an angel investor as well as mentoring over forty new startups.

Binny Bansal

Binny Bansal, the co-founder of e-commerce firm Flipkart, which is now part of the US retail major Walmart, ha said “may remain focused on mentoring and investing in startups more than being an entrepreneur”. Since his time at Flipkart, Bansal has made more than 30 angel investments. Some of his recent investments include a $12.5 million Series-B round in Mobikon, a seven-year-old software startup focused on restaurants and the food and beverage industry. Bansal has also invested in gold loan startup Rupeek and has also backed insurance platform Acko, image-processing firm Terraview, and health startups SigTuple, Niramai and Pandorum Technologies.

Varun Alagh

Varun Alagh is the Founder, Chief Dad and Get Stuff Done Officer at Mamaearth. Additionally, Varun Alagh has had 1 past job as the Senior Brand Manager at The Coca-Cola Company. Varun Alagh has made many investments. Their latest investment was in Nestasia as part of their Series A on December 12, 2021.

Anupam Mittal

Mr. Anupam Mittal is a Co-Founder and serves as Chief Executive Officer at He is a Co-Founder and serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Mauj. He serves as the Board Member and StayAbode. He served as Investment Committee Member at India Quotient. He is the Founder of and also serves as its Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director. Valuations of companies where he has invested are hitting the roof as Indian e-commerce booms. With over 40 investments in Interactive Avenues, Ola Cabs, Druva, Sapience, Pretty Secrets, Café Zoe and others .

Sujeet Kumar

Sujeet Kumar is a co-founder of udaan. Prior to founding udaan, Sujeet was President of Operations at Flipkart where he built operations, supply chain and logistics which accounted for more than half of Flipkart’s sales. He was instrumental in setting up the backbone of the distribution network of ecommerce in India. Sujeet Kumar made 36 investments. Their latest investment is Series A – Third Wave Coffee on Dec 15, 2021. Sujeet Kumar invested $6M in Third Wave Coffee.

Jitendra Gupta

Jitendra is Founder and MD of Citrus Pay, a leading digital payments company in India. It was recently acquired by PayU (Naspers Group) for US$130m. He has more than 12 years of work experience in banking and financial services industry and considered an expert in payments industry. Prior to Citrus, he was working with ICICI bank for 7 years, wherein he was part of founding team of Retail cross sell and Investment banking division in the bank. Jitendra Gupta made 46 investments. Their latest investment is Seed Round – Zorro on Dec 9, 2021. Jitendra Gupta invested $3.2M in Zorro.

Lalit Keshre

Lalit Keshre is a businessman and entrepreneur from India. He is the co-founder and CEO of the Indian investment platform Groww. Keshre and his colleagues created a unique business that helps people from India with a tool that is used to develop investment portfolios without being charged a fee for using the services. Groww has become a disruptor in the fintech and financial industry that is changing the way people view and make investments. Keshre has an interesting background that uniquely qualifies him for leadership of the company.

Sanjay Bansal

Sanjay is an experienced veteran investment banker with over 25+ years and over 150+ transactions under his belt. Over the years Sanjay has developed an expertise of concluding complex transactions that require a nuanced perspective of the client’s business, as well as, the macro environment impacting the client’s decisions .

Gaurav Munjal

Gaurav Munjal is Co-Founder and CEO at Unacademy and Founder at Flatchat, Unacademy, Indias largest learning platform. Gaurav holds a B.Tech degree in Computer Science from NMIMS University, Mumbai.Gaurav Munjal made 32 investments. Their latest investment is Series A – Trinkerr on Dec 9, 2021. Gaurav Munjal invested $6.6M in Trinkerr.

Sahil Barua

Sahil Barua is the Co-founder of the much required E-commerce logistics company – Delhivery. He have done his Mechanical Engineering and then completed his Post Graduation from IIM-B in 2008. He is a former consultant at Bain & Company. He invested in Opinio of worth $ 7M with Delhivery as a partner investment firm on 20 October, 2015. Thus, he serves as the Board Member at Opinio. He is an Angel Investor and actively invests in startups. The parent company SSN Logistics Private Limited launched the logistics firm, Delhivery. Moreover, it is backed by Carlyle Group, SoftBank Vision Fund, Tiger Global, and other investors. The venture received Startup of the Year Award 2019 and has a net worth of Rs. 333 crores.

Kunal Bahl

Kunal Bahl is an Indian entrepreneur, investor, co-founder and CEO of the Indian e-commerce company Snapdeal. He graduated from the Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology at the University of Pennsylvania, earning two bachelor’s degrees in Entrepreneurship, Operation & Information Management from The Wharton School and Engineering from the School of Engineering and Applied Science. He finished an executive marketing program from Kellogg School of Management. He has been an active early stage investor in technology companies and have invested in over 150 startups in India, US and South East Asia including unicorns such as Ola, Razorpay, Urban Company.

Ritesh Agarwal

Ritesh Agarwal is an Indian entrepreneur and Founder, CEO of OYO Rooms. The 27-year-old entrepreneur, who belongs from a humble background, in Odisha, has been known as the youngest billionaire in the year 2021 in India. He has also received the Business World Young Entrepreneur Award. One of the striking facts of Ritesh Agarwal is that at the age of 25 only, he had seen everything- fame, success, and money. He have made many investments in early-stage startups working across consumer, technology and leisure infrastructure sector.

Ashish Gupta

Dr Ashish Gupta is an entrepreneur, advisor and strategic angel investor. He co-founded Helion Advisors in 2006 and presently represents Helion Advisors, managing a corpus of $600 million across three funds. He also serves on the boards of several firms including Infoedge, Simplilearn and Workspot. Before Helion, he was a Venture Partner with Woodside Fund and before that, had co-founded two companies – Tavant Technologies and, which was later acquired by Amazon. He has also worked at Oracle Corporation and IBM. Some of his other investments include RedBus, Mu Sigma, Daksh (IBM), Upwork (UPWK), MakeMyTrip, and Flipkart.

Ashneer Grover

Ashneer Grover is the founder and CEO of BharatPe, a lending and payments startup that is now valued at over $900 million. He studied B. Tech in Civil Engineering from IIT Delhi. He also went to the University of INSA-Lyon, France for one year. Grover is an active investor, whose portfolio includes at least 23 startups. He have invested in startups like LenDenClub, EasyRewardz, Recko, IndiaGold and many more.

Suhail Sameer

Suhail Sameer is the first Group President at BharatPe and will have all the CXOs report into him. Winner of Economic Times Most Promising Leader of Asia Award, Sameer has extensive experience of working with companies from the Consumer (FMCG, retail) and consumer technology sectors, and with Institutional investors. He has built businesses from scratch, as well as helped turn around and grow existing companies. He invests in early-stage companies across consumer, consumer tech, and SaaS spaces.

Pulkit Agrawal

Pulkit Agrawal is the CEO and Founder at Trell, which is building the biggest stage for finding and purchasing a way of life patterns. He is an alum of IIT Bombay, he is the Founding Manager of its Finance Club. Preceding Co-establishing Trell, Pulkit worked at Qualcomm, where he even documented an innovation patent.He is an enthusiastic business visionary, he recently established Personify, a home mechanization arrangements startup that got into the finals of Eureka, E-Cell at IIT Bombay, and got subsidizing from a private supporter. He invested in startup like Toppersnotes.

Brijesh Agrawal

Brijesh Agrawal is a graduate in business management from University of Lucknow and NIILM, Delhi. He is Co-Founder of Indiamart. Over the last 23 years, he has been focused on building an eco-system that powers the growth of MSMEs in India. He is a charter member of TiE-Delhi NCR & a Founder Trustee at Plaksha University. He have invested in Bengaluru-based business accounting startup Vyapar’s Series A round. 

Ashish Goel

Ashish Goel, the 39-year-old CEO and co-founder of the Indian furniture brand Urban Ladder, has had an eclectic career trajectory. He went to IIT-BHU, Varanasi in 1996 and then to IIT-Bombay in 1997 for Dual Degree in Electrical Engineering. He has also done postgraduate program in Management from IIM-Bangalore .His latest investment is Seed Round – MoEVing and many more.

Gokul Rajaram

Gokul Rajaram is an Internet entrepreneur and Investor. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Pinterest and The Trade Desk. He studied for a Bachelor of Technology degree in Computer science from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. He later went on to receive a M.S. in Computer Science from The University of Texas at Austin and an M.B.A. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management. He is an angel investor in startups like Router Protocol, Planet Spark, SalaryBox, Databento and more.

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