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BARC week 6: Four Zee regional channels lead regional markets

Zee Bangla, Zee Kannada, Zee Marathi and Zee Biskope were seen at leading market

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MUMBAI: In week six of BARC India ratings, Zee's four regional channels  Zee Bangla, Zee Biskope, Zee Marathi and Zee Kannada led in Bangla, Bhojpuri, Marathi and Kannada markets respectively. Zee Punjabi and Zee were seen holding second position in their respective market, whereas Zee Tamil holds third position in the Tamil market. 

In Bangla market, Zee Bangla, Star Jalsha, Jalsha Movies, Zee Bangla Cinema and Colors Bangla were the top Bangla channels in week 06 of BARC India ratings. Last week Star Jalsha held the leading position in the Bangla market. This Colors Bangla also entered replacing Sun Bangla in the list.

Bangla

In Bhojpuri market, Zee Biskope, Bhojpuri Cinema, Big Ganga, B4U Bhojpuri and Dabangg were the top five Bhojpuri channels. No changes were observed in the pecking order of top five Bhojpuri channels in week 06 of BARC India ratings. 

Bhojpuri

In Gujarati market, Colors Gujarati Cinema, Colors Gujarati, ABP Asmita, TV9 Gujarati and VTV News were the top five Gujarati channels in week six of BARC India ratings. No changes were observed in the pecking order of top five Gujarati channels. 

Gujarati

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In Kannada market, Zee Kannada, Colors Kannada, Udaya TV, Star Suvarna, and Udaya Movies were the top five Kannada channels and no changes were observed in the pecking order of channels in week six of BARC India ratings.

Kannada

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

Malayalam

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

Marathi

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

Punjabi

Sun TV, Star Vijay, Zee Tamil, KTV and Star Vijay Super were the top five channels in week six of BARC India ratings. This week Star Vijay Super replaced last week's new entrant Adithya Tv at fifth position. 

Tamil

Star Maa, Zee Telugu,  ETV Telugu, Gemini TV, and  Gemini Movies were top five Telugu channels in week six of BARC India ratings. This week Zee Telugu has moved up to second position and Gemini Movies has replaced Star Maa Movies in fifth position.

Telugu

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