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Zee beats Sony on ratings

According to the latest INTAM ratings, brought out by ORG-MARG, in the week starting April 30, Zee has managed to maintain its foothold in the Top 10 by piping Sony. STAR continues to be at the helm by occupying 34 positions in the top-50. Zee’s Mehandi Tera Naam Ki has bagged the 10th position while Sony makes an entry in the top-50 only at the 12th place with Heena.

The saas-bahu saga on STAR Plus continues to occupy the top-eight slots for the week, ended May 6. Kyuki Saas Bhi Kaabhi Bahu Thi got the first four positions, while Kahani Ghar Ghar Ki bagged the next four slots. Big B-anchored KBC is at the 9th place, while its junior version is at the 11th position.

Although Zee got a foothold in the top-10 position by pushing out Sony, the latter had nine programmes in the top-50 while the former could manage seven. The figures pertain to all markets in north, east and west.


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