Ashneer Grover REACTS To Namita Thapar’s Indirect ‘No Toxicity’ ATTACK On Him; Says ‘Woh Mereko Miss Karti Hai’

Ashneer Grover reacts to Namita Thapar ‘having no toxicity in Shark Tank India 2’comment

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Ashneer Grover REACTS To Namita Thapar’s Indirect ‘No Toxicity’ ATTACK On Him; Says ‘Woh Mereko Miss Karti Hai’
Shark Tank India 2’s Namita Thapar recently made headlines after she made an indirect attack on Ashneer Grover with her ‘no toxicity’ comment. For the unversed, during her recent appearance on the podcast, she said that the main difference between the first and second seasons of the show would be an absence of toxicity. Many netizens believed she made an indirect attack on Ashneer. Now, the former BharatPe co-founder has reacted to this.

Speaking on the sidelines of IIT Kharagpur’s annual fest, one person asked Ashneer about Namita’s comments and he said the point is that he does not miss her but she misses him. Grover explained, “Yaar dekh, main yahan pe aaya, maine Namita Thapar ki baat ki? Uska reason hai, kyunki main usse miss hi nahi karta. Par woh mereko miss karti hai. Chahe woh toxicity bol le ya kuch bhi bol le, miss toh mereko hi kar rahi hai na.” ALSO READ:  Ashneer Grover REVEALS He Is Not Watching Shark Tank India 2, Has Unfollowed All ‘Sharks’, Claims To Have Built Sony Franchise Of Rs 10,000 Crore


Ashneer also spoke about the possibility of his return to future seasons and revealed that he would never return for the upcoming seasons. “Teesra, chautha, paanchwa season main nahi karne waala, mere se likhwa le. Aur uska reason yeh hai ke mujhe life mein aage badhna hai, peeche nahi. Life main aage badhna zaruri hota hai. Main bilkul stuck nahi hoon Shark Tank ko le ke. Life ka ek episode tha, kiya, maza aaya, fame kamaya, acha tha, ab woh aur kuch karenge. Hogaya uska,” Ashneer further asserted.

Earlier, Ashneer had said he dominated the first season of Shark Tank India and claimed to have built a Sony Franchise of a whopping Rs 10,000 crore. On Shark Tank India 2, Ashneer was replaced by Amit Jain, CEO of the online venture CarDekho.