“Shark Tank” has been a television sensation that combines the thrill of entrepreneurship with the excitement of high-stakes investments. Season 3 is all set to offer viewers a rollercoaster ride of innovative ideas, brilliant pitches, and, of course, the fierce and often entertaining negotiations with the “sharks.”
From the new judge Ritesh Agarwal to the OG, Aman Gupta
Following the announcement of Ritesh Agarwal, the Founder and CEO of Oyo Rooms, joining as a judge, another distinguished name has been added to the esteemed panel – Deepinder Goyal, the entrepreneur behind Zomato.
The Sharks are all set to start filming the fourth phase of the upcoming season, and one of the latest entrepreneurs to make an appearance on Shark Tank India is Azhar Iqubal, the co-founder and CEO of Inshorts, as confirmed on the show’s official X page (formerly Twitter).
This season’s panel will include Aman Gupta (Co-Founder and CMO of boAt), Amit Jain (CEO and Co-founder of CarDekho Group, InsuranceDekho.com), Anupam Mittal (Founder and CEO of Shaadi.com – People Group), Namita Thapar (Executive Director of Emcure Pharmaceuticals), Vineeta Singh (Co-Founder and CEO of SUGAR Cosmetics), Peyush Bansal (Founder and CEO of Lenskart.com), Ritesh Agarwal (Founder and CEO of OYO Rooms), and the new addition, Deepinder Goyal (Founder and CEO of Zomato).
Where to watch, who will Host?
‘Shark Tank India 3’ is set to stream on SonyLIV, offering not only investment opportunities but also stories that will resonate in the annals of success for years to come. While the release date for the third season is yet to be officially announced, it is anticipated to debut around December or January 2024. Filming for the show has already commenced.
Rahul Dua, who hosted the second season, will return as the host for ‘Shark Tank India 3,’ following the inaugural season’s host, Rannvijay Singha.
Will Ashneer Grover make a Comeback?
No, he has unequivocally stated that he will not return. Ashneer Grover has firmly declined any involvement in the show in the future. He stated, “In the second season, Sony lost their minds. They didn’t choose me. After that, the public also lost their minds. They decreased the TRP. So now people keep asking me whether I will come in the third season or not. So, I am very clear – I will not come. You see, there is a reason for it. It’s just a simple game theory,” during an event at Haldia Institute of Technology.
The Aftermath: Life After the Tank
One of the most intriguing aspects of “Shark Tank” is what happens to the businesses post-investment. The show has been instrumental in propelling the growth of many companies that appeared on it. Season 2 was no exception, with several entrepreneurs seeing exponential growth and realizing their dreams with the backing of a shark.
Shark Tank Season 2 was another captivating chapter in the show’s history. It showcased the power of entrepreneurship, the art of negotiation, and the thrill of innovation. The entrepreneurs who walked into the Tank left with much more than just investment; they gained valuable insights, mentorship, and the opportunity to make their business dreams a reality.
As the “sharks” continue to discover, nurture, and invest in remarkable startups and small businesses, “Shark Tank” remains an inspiration to aspiring entrepreneurs and a testament to the boundless opportunities in the world of business.🔥435