Star Plus

Star Plus’ ‘Naamkarann’ remained the UK’s most watched show on Asian television on Monday night, according to exclusive data obtained by

The show, which airs at 21:00 attracted 81,700 viewers – peaking at 92,400 viewers, followed by closely behind by ‘Chakravyuh’ at 18:00 with 80,100 viewers, ‘Tu Sooraj Mein Saanjh Piyaji’ at 19:00 with 74,200 viewers and ‘Yeh Hai Mohabbatein’ at 19:30 with 73,400 viewers. ‘Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon – Season 3’ at 20:00 fetched 69,700 viewers. Earlier in the day, ‘Meri Durga’ top show with 35,900 viewers at 12:30, followed by ‘Love Ka Hai Intezaar’ at 14:00 with 11,000 viewers and ‘Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai’ re-run at 14:30 with 9,300 viewers.

On Colors, ‘Swabhimaan’ led with 24,400 viewers at 21:30, followed by ‘Devanshi’ at 18:00 with 12,700 viewers and ‘Savitri Devi College & Hospital’ at 22:30 with 9,400 viewers.

On ZEE TV, ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa – Lil Champs’ repeat at 15:30 attracted 15,300 viewers, followed by ‘Zindagi Ki Mehek’ repeat at 15:30 with 12,900 viewers and ZEE News bulletin at 17:30 with 7,000 viewers.

On Sony Entertainment Television, ‘Pehredaar Piya Ki’ at 20:30 was watched by 12,500 viewers, followed by ‘Kuch Rang Pyaar Ke Aise Bhi’ at 21:30 with 11,000 viewers and ‘Crime Patrol’ at 22:00 with 4,600 viewers.

On &TV, ‘Ek Vivah Aisa Bhi’ at 20:00 pulled in 13,500 viewers, followed by ‘Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain’ at 20:30 with 12,700 viewers.

On Rishtey, ‘Main Teri Parchai Hoon’ at 22:30 raked in 26,200 viewers, followed by ‘Balika Vadhu’ repeat at 23:00 with 21,900 viewers and ‘Madhubala’ at 19:30 with 16,800 viewers.

On Hum TV, ‘Yeh Raha Dil’ attracted 48,900 viewers at 20:00, followed by ‘Halki Si Khalishi’ at 21:00 with 43,300 viewers and ‘Thori Si Wafa’ at 19:30 with 29,400 viewers.

Above data is overnight ratings supplied by Attentional – and may change slightly after consolidated figures become available in seven days from BARB.