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Shark Tank India 2: Emotional Namita Thapar recalls exciting moments, pens poem

Since Shark Tank Season 2 was full of controversies and drama, so much so that Twitter had it trending with every newer episode, Namita also talked about how influencers made fun of the Sharks.

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New Delhi: Be it the judges or the fans, the ending of a show is a bittersweet feeling. After running successfully for the second time, Shark Tank India’s season 2 has come to an end.

Namita Thapar, one of the sharks, penned an emotional poem as she wrapped up the shoot for the last day.

In a beautifully composed poem, Namita wrote how much she will miss being part of Shark Tank India Season 2.

In her caption, she revealed that she likes writing poems. “Do you agree?” She asked her fans.

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Shark Tank India has brought a new format of TV reality shows to Indian Audiences with its record-breaking ratings.

According to Parrot Analytics, Shark Tank India season 2 had 7 times higher demand than any other Indian TV series. With such an exceptional run, the wrapping up of the show has made many emotional.

Namita Thapar dedicated the first part of her poem to her fellow Sharks and talked about what she will miss about each of them.

“Peyush’s nonstop talks about vision, Aman’s humor, style and charm, and Vineeta’s comments on brand and her gestures with long hands,” She wrote in her Hinglish poem.

She mentioned herself in self-deprecating humor, that her favorite word is “expertise.”

For Anupam, she wrote, his nonstop lecture on each and everything. She called out Car Dekho’s founder for his penchant of unit economics.

Then, the Emcure pharmaceutical’s CEO went ahead on a motivational note. Namita wrote about how Shark Tank gave a platform to the new India and that the common man can learn the business for the show to fuel his dreams.

Since Shark Tank Season 2 was full of controversies and drama, so much so that Twitter had it trending with every newer episode, Namita also talked about how influencers made fun of the Sharks.

She said,” rather focus on how much sharks spend on the pitches, changing fates for many.”

 

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