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Star Parivaar awards: 'Sujal-Kashish' lead in the Favourite Jodi category

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MUMBAI: Heat is on at Star Plus' Dabur Anmol Shampoo Star Parivaar awards. Within just six days of its launch, the channel has reportedly received over 14,00,000 votes.

According to the latest reports, Kahiin to Hoga's Sujal-Kashish are leading the jodi race, Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhie Bahu Thi's Karan ahead of rest of the screen beta's and Kyunki ...'s Baa is still the hot favourite 'dadi'. In other categories, like Devar-Bhabhi, Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii's Kamal-Parvati are racing ahead, while Kasautii Zingagii Kay's Sneha is leadind the 'chhota bachchas' pack.

In one of the most popular categories- the Jodis category- has Sujal-Kashish leading the voting race. The love-hate couple are leading the pack, but giving them a competition, albiet not that close, are the old favourites KSBKBT's Tulsi-Mihir, Kumkum's Sumeet-Kumkum, and the reel life couple KSBKBT's Karan-Nandini.

While last year's favourite beta was Mihir, this year the 'son' who is leading the pack is his beta Karan. The dashing young actor, who made his appearance on KSBKBT as an angry a son of a supposedly wronged woman- Mandira. It's his realisation of the truth and his love for his father's family, that has endeared Karan to the viewers. He is leading in the favourite beta category against Sujal (KTH), Praful (Khichdi), Sumeet (Kumkum-Pyara Sa Bandhan), Vikram (Saara Akaash).

It comes as no surprise that endearing Baa of KSKBT continues to be the most popular Dadi on small screen. This year, she has been nominated in the category that comprises veterans like Dadi of KGGK, Dadi of Sonpari, Nani of Shararat and Baa in Saara Akaash.

Baa with her remarkable presence and her larger than life performance as the matriarch of the Virani family in KSKBT is leading by 20,000 votes and is ahead of popular categories like Favourite Saut and Favourite Saas.

While Parvati is a hot contender for the Favourite Bhabhi award along with Kanya from Kabhi Aayi Na Judai, Saroj from Bhabhi, Hansa from Khichdi, and Kumkum from Kumkum-Pyara Sa Bandhan.

Not to be outdone her reel devar Kamal is currently far ahead of his competitors in the Favourite Devar category that includes Subroto (KZK), Saahil (KSKBT), Rishi (KTH) and Raju (Khichdi).

Veteran Farida Jalal, as jaadui nani from Shararat is racing ahead of Sona aunty from Sonpari, Dajjal from Hatim and Rani Devi of Shararat. With her impeccable and spontaneous acting, nani has warmed the hearts of her viewers, but Sona aunty is giving her a close competition in the category of Favourite Jaadui Kirdar.

In the Favourite Chotta Bachcha character, Prerna's adorable daughter Sneha has left other chhota bachchas in the category absolutely behind, with about three times more votes than Sunny (Gharwali Uparwali Aur Sunny), Karishma (Karishma Kaa Karishma), Jackie(Khichdi) & Fruity (Sonpari).

The voting is still on for yet another five days, till 10 June. The participants have to sms 7827 and select your favourite star. As an incentive, there are some prizes involved.

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