Online chatter about Shark Tank season two has been very active and many people have expressed their opinions using various memes. Here, we present some memes that will make you laugh out loud.
The first season of Shark Tank India created a lot of buzz and brought attention to India’s entrepreneurial spirit. People are currently glued to their screens watching new concepts and businesses as season two episodes of Sony TV have begun airing Monday through Friday at 10 p.m.
As a result, many people have turned to various social media platforms to share and discuss memes about the reality TV show. Here, we present some of the memes. Look at them below:
Shark Tank India Season 2 Memes
Someone posted this hilarious image for those who attempt to practise yoga in the morning. Anupam Mittal is seen in the picture saying, “You are more Indian than Indians.”
Another Twitter user posted an entire thread filled with memes in which he discussed how the judges responded to the business proposals.
Namita Thapar’s response was shared on Instagram by a user who connected it to an actual event.
Last but not least, viewers missed Ashneer Grover’s absence from the program. It has been used by many people to share memes.
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Who Are The Sharks In Season 2?
Rahul Dua, a comedian, is the Shark Tank season 2 host. We have six sharks: Vineeta Singh, co-founder and CEO of SUGAR Cosmetics, Peyush Bansal, founder and CEO of Lenskart.com, and Amit Jain. Anupam Mittal is the founder and CEO of Shaadi.com. Aman Gupta is the co-founder and CMO of boAt (Co-Founder-CEO of CarDekho Group and InsuranceDekho.com). In Season 2, Ashneer Grover was replaced by Amit Jain.
The audience is already beginning to enjoy Shark Tank India Season 2. Entrepreneurs from various walks of life pitch their brands to five powerful investors known as ‘Sharks’ in the show, which debuted on January 2.
A growing number of business owners are tuning in to the second season premiere of Shark Tank in the hopes that the well-known business programme will support their endeavors. The programme has helped numerous start-up businesses during the crucial initial phases of their growth. Some of these companies have even developed into highly successful multinational corporations.
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