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Shark Tank India's season 1 judge and co-founder of BharatPe, Ashneer Grover is a very well-known name in the business world. He was one of the most popular sharks on the show and was quite popular for his unfiltered and blunt opinions. Ashneer co-founded BharatPe in 2018 and had also invested in many start-ups.
For the unversed, Ashneer Grover got married to an entrepreneur, Madhuri Jain, on July 4, 2006, whom he had met 15 years ago at Career Launcher. The couple is blessed with two kids, a son named Avy and a daughter named Mannat. Ashneer's world came crashing down, when his company, BharatPe alleged that he and his wife, Madhuri Jain had misused the company's funds.
On November 11, 2022, Ashneer Grover introduced his autobiography on his Twitter handle. The entrepreneur who used sassy one-liners in the reality show, Shark Tank India titled his book as ‘Doglapan’, which was also one of his famous lines in the show. After introducing his book, Ashneer also shared a witty tweet with his followers and wrote:
“Is kitab padhne ke baad ya to aap ek dum apni naukri chhod doge ya fir zindagi bhar naukri hi karoge. At least beech mein nahi phase rahoge.”
After the ex-shark announced his book, netizens went berserk and lauded him. One of the users wrote, “Bhai kya kar raha hai tu" to "Bhai kamal kar diya tumne @Ashneer_Grover bole toh Doglapan Supremacy. Gonna grab the copy soon.” Another asked him, “Sir, I hope you're in second season of Shark Tank.”
A few days back, Ashneer had taken to his Instagram handle and posted a picture of his weight transformation. In the photo, Ashneer was donning a black-coloured T-shirt with a pair of beige-hued pants. He flaunted his flat tummy and proudly announced that he had lost ten kgs of weight. Alongside it, he wrote:
"10 Kgs down ! Simply discipline and zidd!!"
Netizens, who were thrilled to see his weight transformation, started flooding his comment section. One user had written, "Bhai kya kar raha hai yaar…Mazaak hai kya." Another user had commented, "Ye sb doglapan hai."
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