The second season of Shark Tank India 2 was discussed by Namita Thapar.
Next month will see the premiere of Shark Tank India season 2, and the show’s viewers are eager to see their favourite sharks in action. Except for Ashneer Grover, the show’s panel for the forthcoming season will be nearly identical to that of the inaugural season. Amit Jain, the CEO of CarDekho, has taken his post. Anupam Mittal (Shaadi.com), Vineeta Singh (Sugar), Namita Thapar (Emcure), Aman Gupta (boAt), and Peyush Bansal are additional sharks (Lenskart).
Namita Thapar spoke candidly about her appearance on the show in the upcoming season during an interview with Indian Express. She said that for her, it was a no-brainer. According to her, the programme is a fantastic method to impart business knowledge through storytelling while also supporting the startup environment. She continued by saying that she also had the opportunity to learn a lot from the ecosystem’s founders, co-sharks, and other players.
Namita said that she didn’t have much time to prepare for the previous season, but she is more prepared for the new one. This is a mistake she does not want to make again. She expects it to show in her deal-making and general performance on the show.
Ashneer Grover’s absence from the season:
Ashneer Grover won’t be participating in the current season, Namita Thapar had already said via Twitter. He won’t have a significant impact on the season, she had tweeted. In the interview, she said that a single person does not make or break a show. According to Namita, the purpose of the programme is to honour business owners that create jobs and to impart business knowledge to people who are constructing their country.
Impact on Namita’s life after Shark Tank India: When asked about what she aims to do with her voice after the show, Namita said she wants to appropriately utilise it to break taboos and raise awareness of vital causes. She claimed that nothing much has changed for her since the show because she has a very straightforward life that is centred on her family and work. She said she appreciates how sharks are treated with respect and kindness.