Shark Tank India 2: Ashneer Grover will not be a regular panelist in the new season? But Here the Twist (Photo Credits – Instagram; Shark Tank India Poster)
Shark Tank India, a commercial reality television series, is one of the most successful reality shows on Indian television. The show features a group of potential investors known as “sharks”. Ashneer Grover, former MD of Indian fintech company BharatPe, was one of the ‘sharks’ at the show.
The ‘Sharks’ featured on the show will hear entrepreneurs presenting their ideas for new ventures or products and decide whether to invest in their ventures. Rannvijay Singha was the host of the first season. Now that the second season of the show is about to air, many fans are wondering if Ashneer will return as ‘Shark’ in the show.
As per the latest report by Telly Chakkar, Ashneer Grover may not return to the show as a regular panelist of Shark Tank India Season 2. He will not be the way he was in the first season. There are speculations that he may come on and off the show.
It will be interesting to see how Ashner returns to the show. To recall, he was one of the popular sharks on the show. His quotes have been made into memes and are still quite popular.
Meanwhile, Ashneer Grover recently took to Instagram to share an update to his fans about what he has been up to since leaving BharatPe. It seems the successful banker-turned-founder-turned-investor is investing in his health. Ashneer announces his victory by offering two easy tips to lose 10 kgs and lose weight – ‘Determination’ and ‘Ziddha’!
YouTuber Ashish Chanchlani, who parodyed ‘Shark Tank India’, mimicked the shark himself, asking, “Bhai what are you doing?” Another user wrote, ‘Sir, you serve others’ pani puri in EMI, but you don’t eat yourself, right?
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