No, the process remains the same. However, for body corporate additional documents like the Charter documents of the Investing company, resolutions relating to investment intent and appointment of authorized person representing the body corporate will be needed.
In the case of the investor being a foreigner (non-Indian passport holder), the process remains the same. However, the KYC documents of the foreign investor should be notarized and apostilled. Additionally, if foreign funds are being transferred then it is the responsibility of the investee company to report it to RBI by filing FC-GPR.