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BARC week 53: Star Plus, Colors continue to lead in urban market

Sony Pal has replaced Colors Rishtey on pay platforms.

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MUMBAI: In week 53 of BARC India ratings, Star Plus, Colors and Dangal continued to lead in urban and rural markets. On the pay platform, Star Plus held leading position. Sony Pal also replaced Colors Rishtey on pay platforms' top 10 channels list. In urban market, Colors was seen in the first position whereas Sony Entertainment Television has slipped down to fifth position. On the pay platform Sony SAB has slipped down to fourth, giving third position to Zee TV. 

In urban market Colors, Star Plus, Sony SAB, Zee TV, Sony Entertainment Television, Dangal, Star Bharat, Star Utsav, &TV, Big Magic is the pecking order of week 53.

Urban  

On pay platform Star Plus, Colors, Zee TV, Sony SAB, Sony Entertainment Television, Star Bharat, Dangal, Star utsav, &TV, and Sony Pal were the top 10 channels in week 53

Pay Platform

In rural market Dangal, Big Magic, Zee TV, Star Plus, Sony SAB, Colors, Sony Entertainment Television, Star Utsav, Star Bharat and Colors Rishtey were the top 10 channels in week 53

Rural

Dangal, Big Magic, DD National, Manoranjan Grand, DD Arunprabha, DD Bharati, DD Madhya Pradesh, DD Uttar Pradesh, DD Rajasthan is the pecking order in week 53

Free Platform

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