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Shark Tank India Season 2: Namita Thapar brutally trolled for replacing ‘expertise’ with ‘cluttered market’ to step out of a pitch; netizens react

Shark Tank India Season 2: The business reality show is going great and introducing new entrepreneurs by every passing day. In last season, people trolled the sharks for your reasons to step out from a deal. Same happening in this season and Namita Thapar is the sharks who’s on the radar of trollers. They are trolling her online for her ‘new reason’ to step out of the deal. Shark Tank India’s episode 30 featured the creators of the well-known Butter Chicken restaurant Daryaganj, an original electric invention for the standard bicycle by Dhruv Vidyut, and “CELLBELL,” a business that makes high-quality gaming chairs.

Shark Tank India Season 2: Aman Gupta got two of three deals

Apart from CELLBELL, the two brand got the deal from the Sharks. All praise for Aman’s on-screen declaration of his deepest love for Butter Chicken goes to the “Daryaganj” pitch. Aman finally had the opportunity to do so. Since the beginning of the show, Aman has frequently mentioned how much he enjoys it, but after seeing this episode, he has formed an unbreakable link with his “soul food” because he invested in the family business of the man who invented the Butter Chicken.

Namita Thapar changed her response to backing out of deals a few episodes back. She has now given the Indian audiences a new word to use when she makes assertions about not having the “expertise” in a certain sector or about the market being “cluttered.” Twitter was flooded with comments like “This is a very cluttered market” is the new “I don’t have expertise” following the airing of the most recent episode. Here are some reactions of people;

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