Shark Tank India Season 2 Registration are Open: Click Here to Apply

Shark Tank India Season 2 Registration are Open: Click Here to Apply

Registration for the Shark Tank India Season 2 is now open, and budding entrepreneurs with a business pitch in their minds can now apply for the same.

Shark Tank India is reality television series based on the American show Shark Tank, which brings together a few business personalities or sharks who select the business ideas they like from the young aspiring investors to invest their money into a particular concept.

Direct link to apply: https://sharktank.sonyliv.com/

Sony Liv, the official broadcaster of the Shark Tank India, announced earlier in the year that due to the massive success of the 1st season, the show will return for a second season in the 2nd half of 2022.

On the official Twitter handle of Shark Tank India, the details regarding the registration were first shared. Users can register through the direct (which is already shared in the post above) or download and upgrade their Sony Liv app to do the same.

In the post on Twitter, the Shark Tank handle has tweeted, “All the concerns related to your start-up vision, capital, and execution can now come to an end! Hurry up, register for Shark Tank India Season 2.”

Shark Tank India Season 2

The show features Ashneer Grover, Aman Gupta, Anupam Mittal, Ghazal Alagh, Namita Thapar, Peyush Bansal, and Vineeta Singh as the sharks who hear the ambitious business pitches from the budding entrepreneurs and decide whether they would want to invest their money into their idea.

The first season of the show was hosted by Rannvijay Singha, who is expected to return for the second season as well. However, there is no clarification about whether the panel of sharks will remain the same in the second season.

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