Having had several Indian teams and funded several companies I'd offer the following:
- every situation is a snowflake so critique the strengths/weaknesses of your team in a geo-neutral way and present that the majority of the time
- play up your personal background as a risk reducing element ("I understand the culture, language ...")
- IMO industry-wide people have two main expectations/generalizations of India. First, labor is cheaper. Second, project delivery is riskier due to a number of factors that I'd summarize as "Americans and Indians don't see project execution the same". There's a lot of good research out on this. I recommend When Cultures Collide.