The lockdown affected the shooting of television shows due to a coronavirus outbreak. Production was stalled from 19 March, and after that, all channels are airing their previous shows again. However, with families once again together, viewership is increasing.
According to last week’s ratings by the Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC), television viewership has seen a 29% increase compared to the pre-COVID period.
TV actor Varun Badola, whose show Mere Dad Ki Dulhan (Sony TV) had to suspend production, told indianexpress.com that the real show’s realists are being watched by people who were part of the audience section, who Saw it in its first time. Run. He said, “If Ramayana can collect such a large TRP even after so many years, then something good must have happened. The fact is that if you have created good content, it will never go waste. These shows have definitely stood the test of time. “
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Doordarshan was the first channel to hit the reversion button. After getting back shows like Ramayana, Mahabharata, Shri Krishna, Byomkesh Bakshi, Shriman Smriti, it was recently announced that it would re-air Shah Rukh Khan’s first television show Dosra Kevalle.
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