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Star Maa Movies new entrant in Telugu space in BARC data week 4

Sony Marathi, a new player secured fifth position in the Marathi segment

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MUMBAI: In the Bengali market, Jalsha Movies emerged as the new player in the market standing at fourth position in BARC data week 4. Big Ganga and Bhojpuri Cinema interchanged their first and second positions respectively in the Bhojpuri market. No changes were observed in Kannada, Tamil and Malayalam cluster. Star Maa Movies emerged as the new player in the player in the Telugu market. Zee Yuva, a new player secured fifth position in the Marathi segment.

Bangla

Zee Bangla, Star Jalsha and Colors Bangla continued to be on first, second and third positions respectively. Jalsha Movies emerged as the new player in the market standing at fourth position. Aakash Aath stood at fifth position.

Bhojpuri

Big Ganga and Bhojpuri Cinema interchanged their first and second position respectively. Dabangg emerged as the new player in the market by securing third position. Dabangg, Bhojpuri Dhamaka Dishum and Housefull Action retained their third, fourth and fifth positions respectively.

Kannada

No changes were observed in this space. Zee Kannada, Colors Kannada, Udaya TV, Udaya Movies and Star Suvarna maintained their first, second, third, fourth and fifth positions respectively.

Malayalam

No changes were observed in the Malayalam segment. Asianet, the Malayalam general entertainment channel from Star TV, managed to be on first position, followed by Flowers TV, Mazhavil Manorama, Surya TV and Asianet Movies second, third, fourth and fifth positions.

Marathi

Zee Marathi, Colors Marathi, Star Pravah and Zee Talkies maintained their first, second, third and fourth positions respectively. Zee Yuva, a new player secured fifth position.  

Tamil

Sun TV, Star Vijay, Zee Tamil, KTV and Adithya TV maintained their first, second, third, fourth and fifth positions.

Telugu

Star Maa, Zee Telugu, ETV Telugu, Gemini TV retained their first, second, third and fourth positions respectively. Star Maa Movies emerged as the new player in the player in the market.

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