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TRA ranks Amitabh Bachchan as India’s most desired personality 2020

Virat Kohli, is ranked fourth in the list

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MUMBAI: TRA’s most desired personalities list has ranked Amitabh Bachchan as India’s most desired personality 2020. Salman Khan is ranked second followed by Akshay Kumar at third position among the top 25 desired personalities listed in the report. Indian National Cricket team captain, Virat Kohli, is ranked fourth in the list to become the most desired cricketer this year.  Aamir Khan is India’s fifth most desired personality in 2020 as per TRA’s report. TRA's most desired personalities 2020 is the sixth in its series, and the list is arrived at through a primary research-based on TRA’s proprietary 36-attribute based desire matrix through face-to-face interviews with 1454 viewer-influencers across 14 Indian cites.

TRA Research CEO N. Chandramouli observed, “TRA’s Desire Matrix measures 36 attributes of Desire that get deeply embedded into the subconscious of the audiences over time.  It measures the aspirational, emotional, rational and communication aspects of desire that audiences most relate with. In this year’s list of the top 25, nineteen male and six female personalities are the audiences’ choices. Old proves to be gold when it comes to India’s most desired personalities.”

The CEO of the brand insights and research company further added, “Desire is the most fundamental of human expressions and is generated due to subliminally embedded psycho-socio-cultural inputs that audiences receive overtime. This list of personalities is a precursor to the soon-to-be-released TRA’s most desired brands 2020 which lists India’s 1000 top brands measured on TRA’s proprietary desire matrix”.

The research company also publishes TRA’s brand trust report currently in its tenth edition.

South Indian superstars, Rajnikant ranked 15 all-India, Ram Charan ranked 19 all-India and Ravi Teja ranked 22 all-India are also listed among the top 25 Desired Personalities this year.

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