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BARC week 10: Bhojpuri Dhamaka Dishum replaces Dabangg in Bhojpuri market

No changes were observed in Gujarati, Marathi and Tamil markets

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MUMBAI: In week ten of BARC India ratings, Bhojpuri Dhamaka Dishum replaced Dabangg in fifth position. Zee Punjabi and Colors Kannada jumped to second position in Punjabi and Kannada markets, respectively. Zee Keralam also jumped to third position in the Malayalam market. However, Gemini TV slipped down to fourth position from second in Telugu market. No changes were observed in the Gujarati, Marathi and Tamil markets.

In the Bangla market, Star Jalsha, Zee Bangla, Jalsha Movies, Colors Bangla and Sony Aath were the top five channels in week ten of BARC India ratings.

Bangla

Rank Channel Name Weekly Impressions (000s) sum
    Week 10
1 STAR Jalsha 330259
2 Zee Bangla 312088
3 Jalsha Movies 73424
4 Colors Bangla 60896
5 Sony Aath 60144
WB (U+R): NCCS All : 2+ Individuals, 

In the Bhojpuri market, Bhojpuri Cinema, Big Ganga, Zee Biskope, B4U Bhojpuri and Bhojpuri Dhamaka Dishum were the top five channels in week ten of BARC India ratings.

Bhojpuri

Rank Channel Name Weekly Impressions (000s) sum
    Week 10
1 Bhojpuri Cinema 64990
2 Big Ganga 49768
3 Zee Biskope 44046
4 B4U Bhojpuri 42129
5 Bhojpuri Dhamaka DISHUM 15650
Bihar/Jharkhand (U+R) : NCCS All : 2+ Individuals, 

In the Gujarati market, Colors Gujarati Cinema, Colors Gujarati, ABP Asmita, TV9 Gujarati and News18 Gujarati were the top five channels in week ten of BARC India ratings.  

Gujarati

Rank Channel Name Weekly Impressions (000s) sum
    Week 10
1 Colors Gujarati Cinema 28981
2 Colors Gujarati 21983
3 ABP Asmita 9885
4 TV9 Gujarati 9631
5 News18 Gujarati 7839
Guj / D&D / DNH (U+R): NCCS All: 2+ Individuals, 

In the Kannada market, Zee Kannada, Colors Kannada, Star Suvarna, Udaya TV, and Udaya Movies were the top five channels  in week ten of BARC India ratings.  

Kannada

Rank Channel Name Weekly Impressions (000s) sum
    Week 10
1 Zee Kannada 464604
2 Colors Kannada 219415
3 Star Suvarna 216641
4 Udaya TV 211095
5 Udaya Movies 145395
Karnataka (U+R) : NCCS All : 2+ Individuals, 

In the Malayalam market, Asianet, Mazhavil Manorama, Zee Keralam, Flowers TV and Surya TV, were the top five channels in week ten of BARC India ratings  

Malayalam

Rank Channel Name Weekly Impressions (000s) sum
    Week 10
1 Asianet 302142
2 Mazhavil Manorama(v) 89661
3 Zee Keralam 78362
4 Flowers TV 75316
5 Asianet Movies 63418
Kerala (U+R) : NCCS All : 2+ Individuals, 

Zee Marathi, Colors Marathi, Star Parvah, Fakt Marathi and ZeeTalkies were the top Marathi channels in week ten of BARC India ratings  

Marathi

Rank Channel Name Weekly Impressions (000s) sum
    Week 10
1 Zee Marathi 269087
2 Colors Marathi 197203
3 STAR Pravah 162004
4 Fakt Marathi 113389
5 Zee Talkies 101505
Mah/ Goa (U+R) : NCCS All : 2+ Individuals, 

PTC Punjabi, Zee Punjabi, Pitaara TV,  Maha Punjabi and DD Punjabi were the top five channels in week ten of BARC India ratings.  

Punjabi

Rank Channel Name Weekly Impressions (000s) sum
    Week 10
1 PTC Punjabi 52896
2 Zee Punjabi 42394
3 Pitaara TV 40756
4 Maha Punjabi 29205
5 9X Tashan 16221
Pun / Cha (U+R): NCCS All: 2+ Individuals,

Sun TV, Star Vijay, Zee Tamil, KTV and Star Vijay Super were the top five channels in week ten of BARC India ratings.   

Tamil

Rank Channel Name Weekly Impressions (000s) sum
    Week 10
1 Sun TV 851946
2 STAR Vijay 456893
3 Zee Tamil 411637
4 KTV 259095
5 STAR Vijay Super 108190
Tamil Nadu/ Puducherry (U+R) : NCCS All : 2+ Individuals, 

Star Maa, Zee Telugu,  ETV Telugu, Gemini TV, and  Gemini Movies were top five Telugu channels in week ten of BARC India ratings.  

Telugu

Rank Channel Name Weekly Impressions (000s) sum
    Week 10
1 STAR Maa 686222
2 Zee Telugu 424836
3 ETV Telugu 414995
4 Gemini TV 386733
5 Gemini Movies 185469
AP/ Telangana (U+R) : NCCS All : 2+ Individuals, 

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