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STAR’s new shows get positive ratings

03-August-2001
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STAR’s new shows get positive ratings

The first day ratings for its three new shows, launched on July 27, has been positive. According to AC Neilson, TAM data TV ratings Kya Masti Kya Dhuum, game show Khullja Sim Sim and horror show Ssshhhh… Koi Hai were 7.23, 9.80 and 5.85 respectively.

According to Star India, these TRP have shown up in spite of Sony’s Jeeto Chappad Phadke (JCPK) episode with Urmilla as the guest star and Henna and Aahat to follow that night. JCPK’s ratings, that night, was 1.9 per cent.

STAR, a wholly owned subsidiary of News Corporation, is Asia’s leading multi-platform content and service provider. STAR has also invested in cable systems such as Hathway in India, and Internet portals and services companies, including NetEase.com and Indya.com.

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