Shark Tank India Season 2 Release Date | Season 1 Review, Judges

Shark tank india season 2 realease date

Shark Tank India is an Indian business reality show based on the award winning, popular American business reality show owned by ABC. The show is telecasted by Sony Entertainment television and the first episode aired on 16 December.

  • Shark Tank India Season 2 Release Date

Shark tank India season 1 has set a bar of expectations among audiences. The expectations from next season will be much more higher in context of pitches from much more different cities, covering more women entrepreneurs and some more interesting pitches.

So far no such revelations had been made by Sony on Shark tank India season 2. When the show was released, it was expected to have 30 episodes aired. Seeing the audience’s opinion on the show, the show has been extended to 40 episodes. It seemed that more and more audiences are getting impressed with the show format. So there is a chance of comeback of shark tank India with season 2. So it can be expected that Season 2 can hit back to screens by early December 2022.

  • About Shark Tank India

The concept of the show revolves around entrepreneurs and the business ideas pitched by them.The growing startups will pitch their business ideas for investment and mentorship in front of a panel of investors or ‘Sharks’. This show is helping budding startups and entrepreneurs in getting funding, also they provide guidance to them. Many amazing deals have been done in the show. The panel of shark tank india judges or sharks are:

  1. Anupam Mittal (Founder and CEO of Shaadi.com)
  2. Namita Thapar (Executive Director of Emcure Pharmaceuticals)
  3. Aman Gupta (Co-founder and CMO of BoAt)
  4. Ashneer Grover (Founder and MD of BharatPe)
  5. Vinita Singh (Co-founder and CEO of SUGAR Cosmetics)
  6. Ghazal Alagh (Co-founder and Chief Mama of Mamaearth).
  7. Peyush Bansal ( Co-founder, Chief executive & People officer Of Lenskart)
  • Shark Tank India Season 1 Review

When it comes to Indian reality shows, Shark tank India is something very fresh and new for the Indian audience. It is quite different from other reality shows in India. This show has made the Indian audience familiar with business terms such as gross margin, net profit, financial data, brand and many more.

Also Read: Shark Tank India Controversy | Indian Mentality

The audience got some insights about how any business functions. They had witnessed some amazing startup ideas ranging from technology to food to health related businesses. There were many times when investors believed in the entrepreneurs, rather than their product and had invested there. Sharks had given their valuable advice to some entrepreneurs.

Ashneer Grover being the realistic one shows that it is important to detach emotions and think rationally when taking financial decisions and sometimes honest feedback is the only medicine a struggling business needs. Peyush Bansal always says that one should have passion to solve a bigger problem in society.

Aman Gupta‘s formula for success is to try before regretting. Hustle is important to achieve success. Anupam Mittal always identifies opportunities and invests there. Ghazal Alagh‘s message for the audience is to turn problems into opportunities. Vineeta Singh is an example of breaking gender stereotypes and adding value to it. Namita Thapar shows that one should learn the power to say no.

2 Comments

  1. Please continue it right now..!
    Or make a come back soon as On March

    If a show like kapil sharma can come regular why not SharkTank?
    This should must..!

  2. Nice blog. It summarises the entire format of the series in simple yet impactful manner. Gagar me sagar types. I am a co f5 of an Ed Tech start up which aims at transforming education. I m seeking to participate in Shark tank india for funds as well as mentorship. How can i go about it.
    Regards
    Anamika Singh
    9911197898

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