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No changes in Bhojpuri, Kannada, Marathi segments in BARC week 41

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MUMBAI: In the Bengali space, Jalsha Movies and Colors Bangla swapped their third and fourth positions in BARC data week 41. No changes were observed in the Bhojpuri, Kannada and Marathi segments. Moreover, Gemini TV and Zee Telugu swapped their second and third positions in the Telugu sector. Flowers TV and Surya TV exchanged their second and third positions in the Malayalam segment. While in Tamil, market Zee Tamil and Star Vijay interchanged their second and third positions.

Bangla

Zee Bangla and Star Jalsha continued to be on the first and second positions respectively with 382780 impressions '000s and 332389 impressions '000s. Jalsha Movies and Colors Bangla swapped their third and fourth positions with 76057 impressions '000s and 61831 impressions '000s respectively. Sony Aath remained at its fifth position with 51304 impressions '000s.

Bhojpuri

This week, no changes were in this sector. Big Ganga, Bhojpuri Cinema, Bhojpuri Dhamaka Dishum, Housefull Action and Oscar Movies Bhojpuri retained their first, second, third, fourth and fifth positions with 57026 impressions '000s, 54151 impressions '000s, 16562 impressions '000s, 5974 impressions '000s and 3852 impressions '000s respectively.

Kannada

No changes were observed in this segment. Colors Kannada and Zee Kannada continued to be at first and second positions with 459362 impressions '000s and 407731 impressions '000s respectively. Udaya TV, Udaya Movies and Star Suvarna also retained their third, fourth and fifth positions with 220046 impressions '000s, 194338 impressions '000s and 161084 impressions '000s respectively.

Malayalam

Asianet, the Malayalam general entertainment channel from Star TV retained its first position this week as well with 290139 impressions '000s. Flowers TV and Surya TV exchanged their second and third positions with 96184 impressions '000s and 81179 impressions '000s respectively.

Mazhavil Manorama and Asianet Movies retained their fourth and fifth positions respectively with 79272 impressions '000s and 64440 impressions '000s.

Marathi

Zee Marathi retained its first position with 364531 impressions '000s. Star Pravah and Colors Marathi swapped their second and third positions respectively with 140521impressions '000s and 133337 impressions '000s. Zee Talkies and Zee Yuva also continued to be in the fourth and fifth positions respectively with 101420 impressions '000s and 41954 impressions '000s.

Tamil

Sun TV retained its first position with 941998 impressions '000s. Zee Tamil and Star Vijay interchanged their second and third positions with 490228 impressions '000s and 469215 impressions '000s after interchanging their places. KTV and Sun Life retained their fourth and fifth positions with 283853 impressions '000s and 103492 impressions '000s.

Telugu

Star Maa continued to be on the first position with 660235 impressions '000s. Gemini TV and Zee Telugu swapped their second and third positions respectively with 494389 impressions '000s and 474375 impressions '000s. ETV Telugu and Gemini Movies also retained their fourth and fifth positions with 438988 impressions '000s and 216632 impressions '000s respectively.

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