Farmer wins hearts after coming on Shark Tank India

• Kamlesh Nanasaheb Ghumare living in the remote village of Devarpada, had his life turned around after turning his father's tractor into a car.

• Kamlesh has described the incident as a dream.

• The twenty-seven-year-old farmer now has his name spread across the country as 'Jugadu Kamlesh', the Indian variant of Shark Tank's famous American reality show.

• The mechanism of his recently created vehicle spreads pesticides as it moves, making farmers' hard lives more effortless than before.

• A video posted on YouTube in 2017 has now gained 8.6 million votes.

• The judges from the show have invested a generous amount in his pesticide trolley with a forty per cent stake.

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