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'Kumkum Bhagya' becomes the most watched in overall BARC's Top 10 Shows @Week 10

17-March-2017
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'Kumkum Bhagya' becomes the most watched in overall BARC's Top 10 Shows @Week 10

BARC India’s Week 10 (March 4–10) Top 10 Shows list saw ‘Kumkum Bhagya’ on Zee TV displace ‘Naagin’ from the number one spot in the overall Top 10 Shows with 11.9 million impressions. ‘Kumkum Bhagya’ moved up to the second and fourth spots in the urban and rural market with 6.8 and 5.1 million impressions respectively.

The second season of ‘Naagin’ on Colors maintained its lead in the urban market with 7.1 million impressions. Overall, it slipped to the second spot with 11.5 million impressions. The same show on FTA channel Rishtey slipped drastically to the ninth spot in BARC’s Top 10 Shows in the rural market with 4.6 million impressions.

Star Plus’ ‘Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai’ moved to the third spot in the overall market with 10.4 million impressions and slipped to the fourth spot in the urban market with 6.7 million impressions.

Sony SAB’s ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ climbed to the fourth and third spots in the overall and urban market with 9.9 million and 6.8 million impressions respectively. The same show on Sony Pal moved to the fifth position in the rural market with 5 million impressions.

Star Plus’ popular show ‘Saath Nibhaana Saathiya’ moved to the fifth and eighth spots in the overall and urban market with 9.4 million and 5.8 million impressions. While the same show on Star Utsav climbed to the second spot in the rural market with 5.6 million impressions.

Zee TV’s ‘Amul Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Little Champs’ moved to the sixth spot in the overall market with 9.1 million impressions.

‘Shakti - Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki’ on Colors moved to the seventh and fifth spots in the overall and urban market with 8.5 million and 6.2 million impressions respectively.

‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ on Sony Entertainment Television slipped to the eighth and seventh spots in BARC’s Top 10 Shows in the overall and urban market fetching 8.4 million and 5.9 million impressions respectively.

Star Plus’ ‘Naamkarann’ took the ninth spot in the overall market with 8.3 million impressions.

Colors’ ‘Shani’ slipped to the tenth spot with 8.2 million impressions and took the sixth spot in the urban market with 6.1 million impressions.

Colors’ another property ‘Udaan’ secured the ninth spot in the urban market with 5.5 million impressions. The same show on Rishtey took the seventh spot with 4.6 million impressions.

‘Ek Shringaar Swabhimaan’ from the same channel entered the chart at the tenth spot in the urban market with 5.5 million impressions.

Sony Pal’s ‘Baalveer’ moved up to lead the BARC’s Top 10 shows in the rural market with 5.9 million impressions.

‘Afsar Bitiya’ on Zee Anmol moved up to the third spot with 5.2 million impressions.

Zee Anmol’s another property ‘Jamai Raja’ also climbed to the sixth spot with 4.7 million impressions. ‘Naagkanya’ from the same channel took the eighth spot with 4.6 million impressions.

Rishtey’s ‘Kasam’ took the tenth spot in the rural market with 4.5 million impressions.

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