India is one of the most progressive countries in the world which possesses immense human potential and a huge market comprising of 1.2 billion people. Looking at the huge market in India and the immense potential which lies here, there has been a huge amount of Foreign Direct Investments into the country and trends reveal that every year the FDI inflow in India is increasing due to the numerous foreign businesses starting their operations in the country.
A minimum of two individuals and an address is required in India. If we are talking about a private limited company, it should have at least two directors (individuals) and a minimum of two shareholders (can be individuals or even corporate entities).
One of the Director of the Company must be an Indian Citizen and also an Indian Resident (any individual who has continuously stayed in the country of India for over 182 days).
Companies Act, 2013 requires that a Private Limited Company have a minimum of two shareholders. There is no condition for residential status of shareholders. Shareholders can be either individuals or entities or a combination of both.