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Zee TV back to third spot; Star Plus the only gainer

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MUMBAI: Its spot at the number two position was just limited for a week as the general entertainment channel (GEC) Zee TV went back to its number three position in week six of TAM TV ratings. The channel observed a huge fall and scored 450,944 GVTs, down from 485,396 GVTs. 

Despite a fall, Colors regained its number two position with 454,157 GVTs, down from 476,976 GVTs. 

Star Plus was the only gainer this week as it reported 645,013 GVTs, up from 616,431 GVTs. Life OK stayed happy at number four with 309,669 GVTs, down from 337,642 GVTs. 

Sab at number five generated 293,685 GVTs, down from 294,412 GVTs and at number six Sony Entertainment Television (SET) garnered 235,501 GVTs, down from 263,082 GVTs.   

The popular show from Star Plus - Diya Aur Baati Hum topped the general entertainment space with 10,908 TVTs, up from 10,674 TVTs. Ye Hai Mohababtein from Star too had a clear win and stood strong at number two with 9,129 TVTs, up from 8,595 TVTs and Saathiya Saath occupied the third spot with 8,975 TVTs, up from 8,557 TVTs. 

Zee TV’s Kumkum Bhagya stood at the fourth spot with 8,909 TVTs, up from 8,443 TVTs followed by Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai that clocked 8,613 TVTs, up from 8,147 TVTs. 

At the sixth spot stood Colors' reality game show - Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 6, which opened at 8,593 TVTs. The channel’s fiction offering Sasural Simar Ka too grabbed eyeballs as it observed seventh position at the ratings chart and delivered 7,779 TVTs, up from 7,303 TVTs. 

Sab’s chart leader Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah grabbed the eighth spot and scored 7,329 TVTs, up from 6,822 TVTs. Zee TV’s fiction offering Jamai Raja occupied the ninth position with 7,301 TVTs, up from 6,899 TVTs.

Last but not the least, at the tenth spot stood Star Plus’ fiction property - Tu Mera Hero, which generated 7,143 TVTs, up from 6,289 TVTs.

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