BARC week 30: Gemini Movies replaces Star Maa Movies in Telugu genre

In regional GEC, the channel replaced Star Maa at 5th position of Telugu segment.

MUMBAI: In week 30 of BARC India ratings, in the Telugu segment, Gemini Movies has replaced Star Maa Movies at fifth position with 208414 weekly impressions. Last week Star Maa was seen at the 5th position. Most of the regional segment did not witness any major changes in week 30. 


No changes were seen in the Bangla market. Zee Bangla, Star Jalsha, Jalsha Movies, Aakash Aath and Zee Bangla Cinema were the top five channels. 


Bhojpuri Cinema grabbed the leading position from B4U Bhojpuri which was leading last week. The channel was followed by B4U Bhojpuri, Big Ganga, Dabangg, and Bhojpuri Dhamaka Dishum. 


No changes were observed in the Gujarati market.


Zee Kannada, Colors Kannada, Udaya TV, Star Survarna and Udaya Movies continued to be the top five channels in the week 30 of BARC India ratings. 


In Malayalam segment, Asianet, Flowers TV, Mazhavil Manorama, Surya TV and Asianet Movies were the top five channels. 


No changes were observed in the Marathi segment. Zee Marathi, Fakt Marathi, Colors Marathi, Zee Talkies and Star Parvah were at first, second, third, fourth and fifth position respectively. 


In Tamil segment, no changes were observed. 


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