BharatPe’s Ashnir Grover has become very popular since Shark Tank appeared as one of the judges in India. He shared a lot about his lifestyle on social media, including a bungalow in Delhi and a car in a garage. Ashnir Grover’s car collection is very impressive. These include Mercedes Benz GLS 350, Porsche Cayman S and Audi A6. He recently shared a new photo of his Mercedes Maybach on social media. However, there was a number that caught everyone’s attention.
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The former managing director has been on the subject for some time. He shared the photo above on his official Instagram page with the caption “New Number” and a winking emoji. In it, Grover shows that he is leaning on his luxury car and pays attention to his new license plate “ASHNEER G”. These car comedies appeared in comedy plots with Shubham Gaur and Saloni Gaur. After Shark Tank India, Ashner Grover appeared on many social media developers.
Mercedes Maybach S650 is a premium luxury car. It comes with great participation and leading opportunities in the industry. The supercar is powered by a 4.0-liter V8 Biturbo petrol engine that offers 469 horsepower and a maximum torque of 700 Nm. For the transmission, the Mercedes Maybach S650 comes with an automatic transmission and an AWD system. The starting price of the luxury car is 2.5 million rupees. The founder of BharatPe has a White model.
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Shank Tank India is the Indian franchise of the American Shark Tank show. During the exhibition, participants (aspiring entrepreneurs) will present their business ideas to the jury to receive investment. Business reality TV series were very hot. The first season of Shark Tank India started on December 20, 2021. Since then, many judges, led by Ashnir Grover, have been in the spotlight. However, in March, Grover resigned from Bharat Pede for some allegations of financial misconduct.