Namita Thapar Breaks Silence After Ashneer Grover Removed As Shark Tank India Judge


Anyone who hasn’t been hiding under a rock is aware of the Shark Tank India’s recent surge in popularity. Due to the program’s inclusion of countless original, out-of-the-box concepts created by individuals all throughout India, the entrepreneurial environment in that country has seen a shift.

Seven self-made billionaires from India who invested in incredible companies and possessed significant stock positions were featured in the first season of Shark Tank India. Ashneer Grover, the co-founder of BharatPe, has quickly gained popularity while other billionaires haven’t drawn as much or as little attention.

His on-screen exchanges have gone viral and served as the basis for numerous memes on social media. Although the majority of the coverage he receives is unfavourable, the show has turned him into an overnight social media sensation.

The prospect of Shark Tank Season 2 has been disclosed by the show’s creators in light of the first season’s popularity. The time has come. The start of Shark Tank India’s second season is imminent.

According to recent reports, Ashneer Grover’s position on the shark panel has been taken by Amit Jain, the CEO and co-founder of the CarDekho Group. Another shark, Namita Thapar, discussed the goal of the show as viewers grew uneasy over his absence.

As Ashneer Grover is removed from “Shark Tank,” Judge Namita Thapar defines the program’s goals.

In addition, co-founder of BharatPe and Emcure Pharmaceuticals Ashneer Grover, who was one of the most well-liked judges from season 1, left the show, according to Shark Namita Thapar.

The upcoming season of Shark Tank India has a trailer that Thapar uploaded. After that, she tweeted another message, writing,

“One person doesn’t make or break a show… not me, not anybody… this show is about celebrating our entrepreneurs, job creators… it’s about teaching masses business concepts through beautiful stories of these nation builders. focus on that and the hard work put in by the team.”

Thapar didn’t use Ashneer Grover’s name, but it was obvious to users of social media that she was addressing him in her tweet.
Her message has received a lot of attention since then on social networking sites, and many people have responded to it.

According to a commenter on her tweet, Shark Tank India is all about talent and development stories and is not an entertaining programme. In response to her tweet, Namita Thapar wrote:

“So agree ! Well said”

Later, Thapar responded to a tweet that said the programme wasn’t really an investment presentation but was just another reality show to increase TRPs. She replied to this by writing,

“Are u serious ? Coz it’s my ‘real’ money I’m putting in.. what do u mean by it’s not a real pitch ??!! It’s easy to talk & whine & judge … tough to give time, energy, mentorship & money..”

Shark Namita Thapar stated in another tweet,

“Let’s see if authenticity & cause win over …judgement & toxicity ! What does New India really want out of life ?”

Ashneer Grover has recently revealed his autobiography, titled “Doglapan: The Hard Truth about Life and Start-ups.” Grover claimed on LinkedIn that his book will benefit readers in gaining perspective in their lives.