Zee Marathi 'Sa Re Ga Ma Pa' records impressive opening numbers

MUMBAI: The Marathi version of the Zee music property Sa Re Ga Ma Pa on Zee Marathi has received an encouraging response from the audience, as per the opening week Tam numbers.

According to the first week ratings, the show recorded an average rating of 4.5 TVR in the CS4+ market (Mumbai, Rest of Maharashtra (ROM) 1 Mn+, ROM 0.1-1m and All Maharashtra).

In the Mumbai market, the opening day episode as well as the second day episode (19 September) scored 5.2 TVR each, while the ROM 1m+ ratings for the two days stood at 7.8 and 4.6 each. In the ROM 0.1-1m category, the ratings read 2.6 TVR and 3.3 TVR for the two days. In the All Maharashtra market, the 18 September episode recorded 4.9 TVR, while the second day episode scored 4.7 TVR.

In the CS ABC15+ category, the average rating for the above markets stood at in the range of 6.5 TVR. The detailed ratings for the first two days read: Mumbai (6.6, 7.2), ROM 1m+ (8.9, 8), ROM 0.1-1m (4.3, 4.9), All Mah (6.4, 6.8).

CS 15+ ABC FEM: Mumbai (5.4, 8.3), ROM 1m+ (10.7, 9.4), ROM 0.1-1m (6, 3.9), All Mah (6.1, 7.6).

CS 25+ ABC FEM: Mumbai (6.4, 9.1), ROM 1m+ (8.7, 9), ROM 0.1-1m (5.4, 2.1), All Mah (6.5, 7.8).

CS 25+ ABC MALE: Mumbai (8.5, 6.9), ROM 1m+ (8.4, 9.1), ROM 0.1-1m (1.3, 4.2), All Mah (7.1, 6.7).

As already reported, the Sa Re Ga Ma Pa property will be taken to Zee Bangla next. The channel targets a November 2006 launch of the programme.

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