Through a thread on Twitter, he explained her background to his followers to urge them to step in and support her venture.
A thread on Saroj Didi. She’s 47. Has 3 kids. Her husband & she used to run a small eating joint in Mangammanapalya. When her husband passed away, she shut down the business to look after her kids and raise them by doing housework. She’s fluent in Kannada, Hindi, English. pic.twitter.com/zyCS76yoOD— Gadgetwala (@ankitv) July 24, 2020
Ankit handles Saroj didi’s finances by taking her orders and maintaining her payments. Just recently, Saroj didi cooked 2kgs of Mangalore crab curry. Eventually, a lot of support ushered in for her efforts.
Saroj Didi’s been cooking and cleaning at my Bangalore home for almost a year now. Extremely reliable. We bond over food and cats. She’s been wanting to start a home-cooked food business for a few weeks now. We started today. She’s extremely talented and experienced in cooking. pic.twitter.com/jEoRRofjQ3— Gadgetwala (@ankitv) July 24, 2020
In case you’ve never eaten soft shell crabs, here’s a quick how to guide. WARNING: This will make you HUNGRY! You can order Saroj Didi’s Crab Curry on @ConoshOfficial here: https://t.co/16nk82pxci pic.twitter.com/O9kZsVtkYf— Gadgetwala (@ankitv) July 30, 2020
Saroj didi’s venture has been doing the rounds for a while, and she can definitely express her happiness through the money she recently earned. Through a Twitter post, Ankit revealed the same.
Who would like to eat some delicious home cooked Mangalore Crab curry? I’m helping my cook Saroj Didi start a food business. Your support would mean the world. ₹300 for a portion. DM me if you’re in Bangalore and want some. Delivery charges would be as per @DunzoCare pic.twitter.com/jFQ5RDNQFB— Gadgetwala (@ankitv) July 24, 2020
In addition to this, Masterchef Vikas Khanna noticed her growing stardom and praised her skills. This might just pave the way for something big for Saroj didi, in the future.
Saroj Didi’s smile on receiving the first round of payments for the amazing Crab Curry sale. Whatever money is made from the sale, goes to her. She’s cooks and I manage the sale, take orders & payments on @Paytm @GooglePayIndia and coordinate with delivery persons for pick-up. pic.twitter.com/LKBr6wakhP[sc name=”yuvaaninarticle”]— Gadgetwala (@ankitv) July 26, 2020
This was followed by a lot of praise from other people on Twitter as well, including known bloggers and organizations. Way to go Saroj didi!
This makes me to SO HAPPY & PROUD. Thank you @ankitv for doing this for Saroj Didi. Would you deliver to NY. https://t.co/3ABRQnZI1Z— Vikas Khanna (@TheVikasKhanna) July 25, 2020
Ankit Vengulerkar (@ankitv) helped his cook, Saroj Didi, start a food business. https://t.co/vd61p85ZVs[sc name=”yuvaaninarticle”]— Twitter Moments India (@MomentsIndia) July 25, 2020
Positivity & Empowerment!Great work Ankit, and our best wishes to Saroj Didi. Please do let us know if we can be of any assistance. https://t.co/0rtzJqSnMO— Paytm (@Paytm) July 26, 2020
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If we really want, we can make someone’s life a little brighter, a little better.[sc name=”yuvaaninarticle”]BIG shout-out to Ankit @ankitv (@XiaomiIndia comm. lead) for helping his house help (Saroj didi) setup a home operated food delivery business. More power to you. #TogetherWeCan!#Xiaomi https://t.co/5ddZ2kvPeL— Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) July 26, 2020