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Hi, Yadab. That would be yes and no. Let's start with the, no, first. The, no, answer is because money is not free. Rarely will you find people/organizations that will be willing to invest or give you money without knowing that there is a high chance of them either getting it back, or in most cases, getting a return on the initial money they loaned or invested.
The yes answer exists because if you can prove or show how your startup is sensible and profitable, there are some organizations who will be willing to take the chance of investing in it. The organizations or people who are usually willing to invest into "new" startups, almost always will ask for a significant amount of interest on their investment (money), or a high stake in your startup.
I hope this answered your question. Just as a heads-up, before you begin searching for "the money" you need, make sure your business plan, company or business details, and how much you have to invest in your own company, is well thought out, packaged properly, and will look attractive to any potential investor.