HIT OR FLOP: Mahadev, Radhakrishn Prem Ki Mahagatha, Saath Nibhaana Saathiya Or Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah?

Due to COVID-19 and the lockdown period, we are seeing several re-telecasts of old shows and our Top 10 list for Week 18 of 2020 has some amazing surprise elements. Watch out!

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HIT OR FLOP: Mahadev, Radhakrishn Prem Ki Mahagatha, Saath Nibhaana Saathiya Or Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah?
And we’re back with the much awaited Top 10 list of TV shows that are doing well on the TRP ladder. Since it’s the lockdown period, 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.

Yet again, on the 1st position is the mythological show Uttar Ramayan which has rightfully secured the slot after Ramayan was on top for several weeks. Next up is Mahabharat, another show which has secured the 2nd position for several consecutive weeks now. On No 3 is Shri Krishna, a serial that has been climbing up the charts very swiftly, week after week. Quite evidently, it’s the golden period for mythological shows.


On the 4th slot is Mahabharat again, the Star Plus one, we’re referring to this time. Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah follows on No 5. The show even in its reruns has been tickling the funny bones of the viewers. Devon Ke Dev Mahadev has slipped up from the 10th to the 6th position this time and the show that was quite popular several years back, even providing fame to Mohit Raina, is indeed regaining the fame yet again through its re-telecasts.


Saath Nibhaana Saathiya is on No 7 followed by Baba Aiso Var Dhundo. All these reruns have the viewers hooked and booked to their Television screens. Finally, we have a new entry on the 10th slot and the show is Radhakrishn- Prem Ki Mahagatha.



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