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TAM Ratings: Kumkum Bhagya seizes No.3 spot on ratings chart; India's Got Talent slips to No.5 spot

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TAM Ratings: Kumkum Bhagya seizes No.3 spot on ratings chart; India's Got Talent slips to No.5 spot

In week 20 (May 10 – 17, 2015) of the Hindi GEC Universe of TAM saw Kumkum Bhagya climb up to third spot from the fifth spot last week in the top 5 Hindi GEC shows. While India’s Got Talent got pushed to fifth place with a drop in ratings.

According to TAM data CS4+ HSM markets, Yeh Hai Mohabbatein ratings grew to 3.6 TVRs on May 16 from 3.5 TVRs last week to strengthen its position on top. It was followed by Saath Nibhana Saathiya that saw its ratings stay the same as last week at 3.5 TVRs. Both these shows feature on Hindi GEC Star Plus.

Kumkum Bhagya saw its ratings grow to 3.4 TVRs on May 15 from 3.1 TVRs last week. This pushed the show to No.3 spot from No.5 spot last week. The show features of Hindi GEC Zee TV.

Star Plus show Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai came in next with 3.3 TVRs on May 15. It increased from 3.2 TVRs last week and still hangs on to No.4 spot.

India’s Got Talent which features on Colors saw its ratings drop to 2.9 TVRs on May 16 from 3.2 TVRs last week. The show had climbed up to No.3 spot last week but now has dropped to No.5 spot on the Hindi GEC top 5 show chart. 

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