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Saas-bahu tale unseats KBC

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Saas-bahu tale unseats KBC

The smart twist in the tale caused by the death of the main protagonist in the saas-bahu saga on Star Plus, has ousted KBC from the hot seat. The family drama Kyunki Saans Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi has been able to occupy the top four slots of the latest AC Nielsen’s TAM ratings for the week ended February 17 conducted across nine cities. The programme has consistently received double digit figures with the highest being 13.2 TRPs.

KBC came in sixth with TRP of 10.1, a shade lower than the other popular soap, Kahani Ghar Ghar Ki (KGGK). Sony’s much hyped Jeeto Chappar Phaad Ke has slipped to the 15th slot way behind other shows such as Filmfare Awards and dance show Boogie Woogie on the same channel.


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