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Bigg Boss Kannada Season 2 wins over audiences in its first week

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Bigg Boss Kannada Season 2 wins over audiences in its first week

‘Bigg Boss Kannada’ Season 2 on Suvarna TV has garnered an overall 5.7 TVR. The launch episode aired with a 6.7 TVR. The reality show claims to have scored a peak TVR of 7.9 on the first elimination on Saturday during the FIFA World Cup matches.

Following the success of the ‘Bigg Boss’ regional formats, the show will soon expand its Southern presence with Tamil and Telugu variants by the end of this year.

Commenting on the show’s success, Abhishek Rege, COO – Television, Endemol India said, “With lots more surprises on the way; host Sudeep and this year’s interesting mix of housemates will ensure that this season is going to be an addictive one.”

Produced by Endemol India, ‘Bigg Boss’ presents a combination of reality and real, unscripted drama.

‘Bigg Boss Kannada’ Season 2 is aired every day at 8 PM on Suvarna TV.


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