Salman Khan’s show ‘Bigg Boss 13’ slipped again in TRP list, The Kapil Sharma Show out of Top 5

Rajendra Pal

 The Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) has released ratings for the third week of 2020. In the third week, Salman Khan’s celebrity reality show ‘Bigg Boss 13′ has received a setback again. As per the ratings for urban areas, the show slipped two places to the fifth position. Thankfully the show managed to make it to the top 5. In the second week, Colors’ show finished third. 

ZTV’s show ‘Kundali Bhagya’ still remains the most popular in urban areas . The second place is ‘Chhoti Sardarni’ show by Colors, while the third place is also named by Colors. The channel’s ‘Naagin Bhagya ka Zaharala Khel’ show stood at the third position. At the same time, the fourth place got the Star Plus show ‘Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai’.

Talking about rural areas , Dangal Channel has shows in the top 5. In the first place ‘Mahima Shani Dev Ki’, in the second place ‘Find Baba Aiso Var’, in the third place ‘Dwarkadhish Lord Shri Krishna’, in the fourth place ‘Bandini’ and in the fifth place ‘Kisna Mohabbat Hai’. There has not been much change in audience choice in rural areas. ‘Dwarkadhish Lord Shri Krishna’ has slipped one rung, while ‘Baba Aiso Var Find’ has moved up two places. 

Now if the audience of rural and urban areas is combined, then the show of the Dangal channel in the first place has been ‘Mahima Shani Dev Ki’. Shows of the same channel are ‘Baba Aiso Var Khojho’, ‘Dwarkadhish Bhagwan Shri Krishna’ and ‘Bandini’ at the second, third and fourth places as well. While at fifth place is the show ‘Kundali Bhagya Raha’ from ZeeTV. 

It is obvious that Salman Khan’s show ‘Bigg Boss 13’ is completely out of the list of audience in rural areas. It is being seen only in urban areas. At the same time, another popular show of the small screen ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ has not found a place in the top 5 list.

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