On Instagram there was a virtual chat between Shark Tank India’s sharks, Ashneer Grover roasted the host Rannvijay Singha for not being invited to the show’s wrap party later this week.

Popular reality show on television Shark Tank India, the ‘sharks’ from the show met up for a talk about their experience on the show till now. On Tuesday, the show’s host Rannvijay Singha associated with six of the seven sharks in a virtual live talk on the show’s official Instagram channel.

Towards the end of the virtual talk, Rannvijay asked them whether they have plans to meet soon or essentially get together to get the show’s season finale on February 4.

Shark Ashneer Grover (BharatPe co-founder and managing director) reacted, “There is a party on the fourth. Rannvijay, tere ko bulaya nahi sayad lag raha hai (Maybe you’re not welcomed).” As different sharks giggled, Rannvijay says, “Nahi bulaya (I’m not welcomed),” before playfully adding, “Mein party ke baahar flyers bech raha hounga (May be I’ll sell flyers outside the party).”

Rannvijay likewise questioned the sharks on their experience from the show and what they will miss the most. Ashneer said he would miss the behind the stage fun and he would back bitch about the show if Shark Tank India production team won’t call him back for being the host for next season. “All the behind the stage fun was a very good memories. Baaki dekhte hain agle saal bulate hain ye log ki nahi bulaate. Agar nahi bulaya then I’ll say bekaar tha sab (Now we should see whether or not they call me for next season. In the event that they don’t, I’ll say it was all trash),” he said.

source: sharktank.india

Shark Tank India highlights aspiring entrepreneurs testing out their business thoughts to a board of ‘sharks’ and looking for their speculation. Some of the time, if various ‘sharks’ are keen on a business, it starts an offering battle between them. The show airs on Sony Entertainment Television on weekdays at 9 pm.

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