would you like to talk about the three exits which the fund one made and they were like to execute which is commendable in just three years period of time what does the future exist from your existing Investments look like so those all three exits actually were more opportunistic really as you know, funds are typically raised for a period of seven to nine years, but we are not we never shy away from from if we are presented with with an exit opportunity where we're able to beat the the hurdle rate by significant number be more than happy to take money off the table. Fortunately. Our investors were not in, you know, keen on cashing out. So therefore we will to redeploy those funds in companies that had started scaling well to be able to prorate in those Investments as well. So those exhibits were opportunistic we remain open to exits as long as the you know, the returns are consumer it to our expectations in beyond what we are It were investors and again back to our strategy of building in deacons rather than unicorns being an early stage investor way coming in at you know, sub million to 2 million dollar valuation. So we really don't want to be as part of the journey to build these companies into billion dollar companies. We are more than happy to exit at the 150 million valuation and if we look at our portfolio today, we've got about two companies that are floating around about that Mark and one hoop. Really that should hit that Mark in the next 12 to 18 months. So we are hopeful that we should be able to take a couple of more exits in the next 12 to 18 months to be able to return almost 2 to 3 x of the fund within the within a five-year Horizon itself. So you mentioned your expertise in the mobility space being operating are not Carnation and now being able to bring common modules are into Rapido. Would you like to talk in detail? Advantage it brings to the table besides financing in these startups. So very early on we realized that you know, as you know, startups have a very high mortality rate, you know, 70 80 percent startups fail. So when we did a root cause analysis what we realized was that startups fail number one reason, of course, they fail is they're not able to raise subsequent rounds of capital. So then we said why do companies not re subsequent rounds of capital that's because other companies have either raise more capital or they have not been able to get the right product Market fit. So early stage companies have limited capital and limited time to get that product write the solution right and start getting customer traction. So we said what is it that we need to do to actually increase the probability of success. And what is it that we need to do to actually be able to achieve the right product Market fit with limited resources limited time. And what we realized was it's important to get people in form of investors who understand the Main investors who've been through many lifecycle of companies in the similar space and who come who have the learnings and the and the understandings of other Investments and of course prior startups. So then we said okay not only should the team have beef only of entrepreneur certain Advantage. We only hire people who run businesses and I have entrepreneurial experience till now we have not hired anybody who's been a career investor itself, which is why we I feel it's important to have that level of understanding and having gone through that learning curve of starting your own company only then will you be able to actually build provide the right level of of mentorship and support to other entrepreneurs in their early part of their Journey. Secondly we said is that we would prefer to take investment or bring on board LPS Who come from similar domains so that we are able to leverage their ecosystem. So Advantage for us is not just a fund. It's actually our vision. To create a platform focus in predominantly on Mobility consisting of of GPS or our members who come from a Mobility entrepreneurial background funded by LPS Who come from an automotive Mobility background and with the portfolio of companies providing different solutions across the mobility automotive and transportation board. So it's an entire ecosystem that we're building once we pull that ecosystem in place. We think we'll be able to achieve Steve higher level of success and probability Bible to a work together closely with Founders in the early stage to be able to get to that product Market fit. Would you like to talk about the GPS and lpo mention about were the GPS are joining the advantage and was the LPS that have the belief in the advantage philosophy. So on the on the GP front part for me we have but two three other people they all have entrepreneurial experience, you know. Of them have sold companies. Some of them have started companies and learn from their failures. They bring those learnings and and experiences on board. We have two more members joining us shortly with expanding the team because we realize now with fund one having almost 21 portfolio companies fun to will be adding another 24 portfolio companies ready for 25. We think we need a larger team from an LP perspective are our anchor investors for fund one and fortunately, Ntly they've decided to come and double down on fun to one is the family offices of the mother tsutsumi group. One of the world's largest Auto component manufacturer and they work with pretty much every leading Auto OEM player in the world, including everybody from a Tesla to one end to Toyota and maruti the other end. Another anchor investor is from the hero motocorp group is the family office. Who's the man? Ding director of hero Finn cop. So from there, we get a lot of insights into not only the fintech side of investing in business. But also on the two wheeler Mobility side, we have almost 50% commitments of the targeted 300 crore fun to from across 405 LPS. The majority of them have deep domain knowledge in the auto Mobility side. So you would like to talk about some of the anti portfolio companies where you missed investing and those companies today are safe 150-200 growth businesses or more. I guess a fun one is relatively smaller funds so we were not able to invest in a in a number of companies where the check size was much larger or the companies had progress to more a series a kind of around so I think couple of the companies that we we were looking to invest in Companies also the two of the ones that we missed was India lens and early salary. Both of them were raising large sums of capital. We had shown interest we did take the process down to or conclusion level, but we realize that the check size that we are putting in over in the overall scheme of things is not material and even if companies would end up doing really well. Unfortunately, we had to pass on those on the on the auto side on the mobility side. We have we looked at and passed on both. Dr. Z and logo and the reason for that was our inherent hesitation to invest in businesses that have asset heavy or manage physical assets across the network. They seem to have gone on to raise significant amounts of capital when I'm happy. I'm happy and glad they've done that. But so we still not sure if we miss that opportunity, but we know that asset heavy businesses take about a three to four year cycle. For those assets to start depreciating and you know cost of Maintenance start going up. So I think the jury is still out on that and and whether it was an anti portfolio or will be Vindicated by our decision to stay away from that I think is still to be seen what are the current check size which you are putting in the fun to companies so fun to is a larger fund and found one. We have two basic models within Advantage. So one is what we refer to as seed investing where we will cut checks from I'm everywhere from about you know, a hundred and fifty K to about 500 K would be the first check size and we would continue to prorate on at least two to three rounds in each of those deals capping out robot, you know to two and a half three million in each company that we invested that's that started, you know has gained traction and goes on to a series BC kind of rounds. So that's the traditional seed investing model. We like to be the lead. That if it's a strong Mobility play, but we are also open to go investing with other funds who bring in complementary skill sets. The other bottle that we do is what we refer to is Mentor building which is a slightly different model where we host young entrepreneurs early stage companies pre-product, you know, just maybe a paper plant and we put in smaller checks initially and work with them very closely to actually build the initial. EOC and also build the right go-to-market strategy in those cases. We prefer to be the only investor on the table cap table because we're going to be spending a lot of time and effort and what we say is that if we're going to work closely with you for the next 2-3 years. We're also going to help you raise the next round of capital which would be a seed round and that round we would be one more than happy to commit to up to almost 50% of the fundraise which makes raising the next round of capital much easier for them and It's the mentor building model. So there the check size is smaller and their charity prickly the check size would be anywhere from probably 75k to 150k. So those are the two models and those are the two different check sizes.