HIT OR FLOP: Devon Ke Dev Mahadev, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, Jai Shri Krishna Or Mahabharat?

Due to COVID-19 and the lockdown period, we are seeing several re-telecasts of old shows and our Top 10 list for Week 17 of 2020 has some amazing surprise elements. Watch out!

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HIT OR FLOP: Devon Ke Dev Mahadev, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, Jai Shri Krishna Or Mahabharat?
It’s that time of the week when we bring you the much awaited Top 10 list of TV shows that are doing well on the TRP ladder. Since its lockdown time, we are seeing reruns of old shows and mythological series are ruling the roost. Let’s quickly have a look at which show marked a surprise entry and which show failed to live up to the expectations.

On No 1 is Uttar Ramayan. Since the time the re-telecasts of Ramayan began, it has been stable on the first position and now, Uttar Ramayan is doing just that. On No 2 is Mahabharat and even the 3rd slot is occupied by the same show. So, to clear the confusion, one is the old Mahabharat of 1988 which is being re-telecast just like Ramayan and the other is the new one of Star Plus which is also in its reruns and doing quite well.

Yet again, on the 4th position is Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, one of the longest running shows on television. Its reruns have always been a favourite with the masses, so no two second thoughts on that. Jai Shri Krishna has gone up from the 7th to the 5th slot in Week 17 and that’s good news for the show.

Saath Nibhaana Saathiya is stable on the 6th position. India’s Best Dancer is back in the list after MIA for a week. It is placed on No 7. Baba Aiso Var Dhundo follows next on No 8 and the last 2 slots are occupied by shows like Mahima Shanidev Ki and Devon Ke Dev Mahadev. Both the shows are surprise entrants on the list, clearly proving that mythological shows are above the rest for the viewers.

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