How To Get SonyLIV For Free And Watch Shark Tank India Online?

A show where startups try to woo investors.

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A brand new reality series, Shark Tank India, is starting to keep audiences glued to their screens these days. Thanks to its refreshing concept, stellar celebrity lineup, and a certain internet meme, the business-oriented series has been attracting viewers recently.

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Currently, the series airs on Sony Entertainment Television, from Monday-Friday, at 9 PM. Since Sony also owns SonyLIV, these episodes are available for online streaming. Keep reading to find out how to get SonyLIV content for free and watch Shark Tank India online.

What Is Shark Tank India About?

At its core, Shark Tank India is a televised business pitch meeting between aspiring entrepreneurs and a panel of prospective investors, aka “sharks.” Each episode features around three such meetings at the end, of which investors can either choose to invest in the venture or pass on the opportunity.

It is the Indian adaptation of Dragons’ Den, which is known by different names worldwide. However, this reality series format initially kicked off in 2001 as “Money Tigers” in Japan.

How To Watch Shark Tank India Online For Free?

Although SonyLIV is a paid subscription service with no free trial available, there is still a way to watch its content legally via another streaming service called MX Player. You can watch all episodes of Shark Tank India online on the MX Player app without paying anything. If you’re on a laptop, you can start streaming the series for free by visiting its official MX Player page.

Not just that, you don’t even have to sign up or register to watch these videos. You can also stream other available SonyLIV content for free on this platform.

Who Are The Investors And Entrepreneurs In Shark Tank?

The panel of investors for Shark Tank India’s first season includes Ashneer Grover (MD, BharatPe), Anupam Mittal (CEO, People Group), Vineeta Singh (CEO, Sugar Cosmetics), Namita Thapar (ED, Emcure), Aman Gupta (CMO, boAt), Ghazal Alagh (Co-founder, Mamaearth), and Peyush Bansal (Lenskart).

For shortlisting the entrepreneurs, Sony went through 62,000 applicants and condensed them into a group of 198 participants for Shark Tank India, Season 1. Interestingly, this group ranges from snack startup Tagz to rent-a-bike startup Booz Scooters.

So, does this reality series’ concept truly pique your curiosity? Or is it the popular meme that has prompted you to learn more about Shark Tank India? Tell us in the comments below.

Priye Rai

Priye Rai

Priye is a tech writer at Fossbytes, who writes about gaming and anything remotely related to tech, including smartphones, apps, OTT, etc. He prefers to be called a "video game journalist" and grimaces when he doesn't get to be "Player 1." If you want to talk about games or send any feedback, drop him a mail at [email protected]