TRP Shakeup in Week 43: Anupamaa Falls to Third Place, Bigg Boss 17 Experiences Significant Decline

Week 43 TRP Report Witnesses Ups and Downs as Familiar Favorites and New Entrants Compete for Top Spots.

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TRP Shakeup in Week 43: Anupamaa Falls to Third Place, Bigg Boss 17 Experiences Significant Decline

2nd November 2023,Mumbai: A Shakeup in the TRP Charts

The latest TRP report for week 43 brings a wave of changes, shaking up the ranking of popular Indian television shows. While familiar names have been making their presence felt, some have faced unexpected drops. In this week’s ratings, “Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin” stands strong, while “Bigg Boss 17” sees a decline, and “Teri Meri Dooriyaann” rises to new heights.

Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin: A Steady Reign

Once again, “Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin,” starring Bhavika Sharma and Shakti Arora, emerges as the frontrunner in the TRP charts. The show continues to captivate viewers, securing the top position with a remarkable 2.4 rating. Its gripping storyline and compelling performances are clearly hitting the right notes with the audience.

Teri Meri Dooriyaann: A Surprising Upset

In a surprising turn of events, “Teri Meri Dooriyaann,” featuring Himanshi Parashar, has climbed to the second spot on the TRP charts, leaving behind the reigning champ, “Anupamaa.” With 2.0 million impressions, it showcases the ever-changing landscape of Indian television, where newer shows can steal the spotlight from established favorites.

Anupamaa: Slipping from Grace

“Anupamaa,” starring Rupali Ganguly and Gaurav Khanna, has been a consistent chart-topper. However, it finds itself at the third position this week with a rating of 1.9. The show has faced a gradual decline, marking the end of its uninterrupted reign as the leader of the TRP charts.

Pandya Store and Imlie: Neck and Neck

“Pandya Store” and “Imlie” share the fourth spot on the TRP charts, each boasting a rating of 1.8 million impressions. These shows have managed to maintain a stable viewership, not only securing their positions in the top 5 but also showcasing the resilience of the Indian TV industry.

Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai: A Slight Dip

“Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai” has grabbed the fifth place with 1.6 million impressions, a slight dip from its previous standing. While it maintains a strong presence, it’s evident that the show’s latest episodes may not have resonated as strongly with the audience.

Baatein Kuch Ankahee Si: Tied at Fifth

“Baatein Kuch Ankahee Si” joins “Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai” in the fifth spot, also securing 1.6 million impressions. This tie reflects the competitive nature of the Indian TV landscape, where multiple shows can coexist and flourish.

Bhagya Lakshmi: Another Contender

“Bhagya Lakshmi” is yet another show that has secured a rating of 1.6, placing it at the fifth spot on the TRP charts. The show’s strong performance demonstrates the diverse array of content that Indian television offers, catering to a wide range of preferences.

Shiv Shakti – Tap Tyaag Tandav: A Surprising Entrant

“Shiv Shakti – Tap Tyaag Tandav” has also entered the fray, grabbing the fifth position with a rating of 1.6. Its sudden rise to the top 5 indicates the fluidity of the TRP charts, where newer shows can make a significant impact.

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah: Back in the Game

“Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah” is back in the top 5, securing the fifth spot with 1.6 million impressions. This comeback showcases the enduring popularity of this beloved comedy show, proving that it continues to bring joy to its viewers.

Bigg Boss 17: The Rollercoaster Ride

“Bigg Boss 17” experienced an exhilarating opening, but its numbers have dwindled, landing it at the bottom of the top 10 with 1.4 million impressions. The fluctuating viewership of reality shows like “Bigg Boss” highlights the fickle nature of audience preferences.

 The Ever-Evolving TRP Landscape

The TRP charts for week 43 have revealed an intriguing mix of new entrants, resurgent favorites, and some surprising drops. “Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin” retains its throne, indicating that a compelling storyline and engaging performances continue to be a recipe for success in the world of Indian television. However, with shows like “Teri Meri Dooriyaann” making unexpected leaps, it’s clear that the TV industry is a dynamic and ever-evolving landscape, where the audience’s preferences can change in the blink of an eye. As we move forward, the TRP charts will continue to be a fascinating mirror reflecting the evolving tastes and trends of Indian television viewers.

-by Kashvi Gala

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