Hilarious Shark Tank India memes, reactions take over Twitter and Instagram

Updated on Oct 26, 2022 03:07 PM IST

As Shark Tank India gains momentum, the show also gives rise to an array of memes and other reactions on social media including Twitter and Instagram.

A meme shared on Twitter using an Ashneer Grover template from Shark Tank India. (twitter/@byehoe_baeno)
A meme shared on Twitter using an Ashneer Grover template from Shark Tank India. (twitter/@byehoe_baeno)
BySohini Sengupta

Shark Tank India has become a popular television show, so much so that even if you don’t watch it you’ve probably heard all about it. The show has kept trending on social media pretty much since it aired.

For the uninitiated, in Shark Tank India, just like in its American counterpart, entrepreneurs pitch their business ideas to a panel of investors. They then try to persuade the panel to invest in them. The show has been amassing a lot of positive response from viewers. But as viewership increases, in come the memes and funny reactions on social media. Both Twitter and Instagram have been abuzz with hilarious content about the show.

For example, influencer Kusha Kapila has taken to her Instagram page to share a Reels video. In it, she pretends to be Namita Thapar from Shark Tank India. Thapar is the Executive Director - India Business at Emcure Pharmaceuticals.

Watch the hilarious video right here:

Since being posted on Instagram on January 12, this video has garnered more than 2.3 lakh likes. It has also accumulated several comments like, “Epic.” Many others pointed out how well she had pulled off the impression. Many others took to the comments section with laughing emojis.

Some also posted memes based on the reactions given by another panelist, Ashneer Grover, Managing Director and co-founder of BharatPe.

One Twitter user made a montage of certain moments of Pankaj Tripathi’s character (Akhandanand Tripathi) from Mirzapur. “Shark Tank India judges when they want to combine and give an offer,” reads the caption of the video.

Another tweeted, “Startup founders' ijjat [respect] in Indian households after Shark tank has gone onwards and upwards.” This goes on to prove the same as a woman's father sent her a prospective marriage proposal from a man who is a startup founder:

Some have still not started watching this series and have posted tweets that go something like:

But those who know, know:

What are your thoughts on these memes and reactions?

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