Nope. The smallest shark that I know of in the aquarium hobby is the coral catshark, which max out at about 24". Truly, they should be housed in tanks over 200 gallons or so but some people push the envelope and keep them in 125 gallon tanks as a temporary home for juveniles. Whether this is responsible or not is a pretty regular debate.
Understand also that they are benthic sharks, meaning that most of their time is spent resting on the sandbed. If you wanted a shark that swims constantly, like you see on national geographic, the smallest I know of is a smoothound. They are in constant motion so need large systems, probably close to 1000 gallons or more. Better suited to public aquariums.