Shark Tank India Season 3: Netizens Call Deepinder Goyal 'Lite Version' Of Ashneer Grover After He Gives Participant A Reality Check!

Shark Tank 3's debutant shark Deepinder Goyal is being called the lite version of Ashneer Grover, here's why!

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Shark Tank India Season 3: Netizens Call Deepinder Goyal 'Lite Version' Of Ashneer Grover After He Gives Participant A Reality Check!
Shark Tank India season 3 made its debut with a fresh lineup of entrepreneurs and pitches, introducing 12 sharks to the viewers. The premiere episode featured familiar faces like Amit Jain, Anupam Mittal, Vineeta Singh, Namita Thapar, and Aman Gupta. In the subsequent episode, Deepinder Goyal made his debut, bringing a new dynamic to the show. While fans appreciated his sharp questioning style, it also sparked reminiscence of Ashneer Grover, the popular Shark who did not return for the second season and has expressed that he will not be returning. ALSO READ: Shark Tank India Season 3: From Ronnie Screwvala, Anupam Mittal To Peyush Bansal; Here's The List Of 12 Sharks Of This Edition!

Audiences praised the CEO of Zomato for his impressive debut on Shark Tank India season 3, with comments like "Deepinder Goyal is stealing the show," and "Yeh Shark toh danger hai." Some viewers expressed that Deepinder would be a great shark, and one user even compared him to Peyush Bansal, stating, "He is the new Peyush Bansal. Both don't like to invest less." Additionally, a user appreciated him by saying, "Love Deepinder bro. He is better than Ashneer." ALSO READ: Shark Tank’s Vineeta Singh Slams Ranbir Kapoor’s Animal, Says’ 'Film Allows Negative Characters To Get Away With It' - WATCH

Audiences also commented on the debut of Zomato co-founder on Shark Tank India season 3, with one user mentioning, "Deepinder is Ashneer lite version," and another writing, "Deepinder full Ashneer mode mein hai." A user shared their enthusiasm, stating, "@deepigoyal just watched you on Shark Tank, finally Shark Tank India got a shark, Incredible attitude you carry, man." 

The 40-year-old entrepreneur had previously expressed his excitement about joining the show, stating, "All growth comes from discomfort. I am here to learn, step outside my comfort zone, and add my two special cents to something crazy. This is turning out to be a weekend well spent outside of @zomato."








In a recent episode, the new Shark of the show showcased his attention to detail by pointing out that the phone number displayed in a company's ad had 9 digits, which was incorrect. He also highlighted certain grammatical errors in the ad. Addressing the entrepreneurs, he remarked, "Since the past 10 minutes, I have been trying to figure this out. It was bouncing back seeing 9 digits. Attention to detail. This is your showcase. You are coming on TV. Show your customer some love and respect."
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