It is a stiff fight on the TRP charts for Salman Khan’s show
Finally, Bigg Boss 10 is here. Yes, Salman Khan’s show goes on air from tomorrow. This year, we have the aam aadmi inside the house along with a few celebrities. The format is totally different and everyone wants to see how the season will fare. Around 13 men and women were short-listed to get inside the house out of which seven have made the final cut. The TRPs of 2015 were the lowest in the history of this controversial reality show. The fan base is huge but competition is damn stiff this time round, especially on weekends. Find out how…
The Kapil Sharma Showon Sat-Sun from 9pm. It runs for almost one and half hours and has proved to be a game-changer for the channel. The show brings in a motley of guests, which is loved by the audience. It was rated as the No.1 programme in India as per last BARC report, courtesy the presence of about to be married cricketer Yuvraj Singh and actress Hazel Keech. The team is working hard and every show promises something different. We know that Salman Khan is a bigger star than Kapil Sharma but a show that makes people laugh is one to watch out for. The Kapil Sharma Show is faring excellently in urban areas, which is Bigg Boss’ biggest market.
There is another strong competitor also in the form of Brahmarakshas. Zee TV’s slow starter supernatural flick proved to be a beast on the TRP charts. It is the No.1 viewed programme in urban areas and does well in rural zones too. An engaging story-line backed by fabulous performances from actors like Kishwer Merchantt, Aham Sharma, Krystle D’souza, Rakshanda Khan have wowed the audience. The makers want to cash in on the success and we do not see it ending anytime soon. Will Brahmarakshas give a tough fight to Bigg Boss 10.Lastly, the finale of The Voice India Kids is also drawing closer. A success for the relatively new channel &TV, it boasts of some exceptionally talented kids who can croon like a dream. Shows with children have an unique appeal for families, so it might prove to be a thorn in the TRP ratings of Bigg Boss.Reflecting back, Bigg Boss was a craze when it started because it provided voyeuristic delight. With social media being a craze people are closer to actors than ever before.