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Overnights: Star Plus stays top; Hum TV jumps to No.2 in UK on Tuesday

Star Plus remained the leading Asian TV broadcaster in UK ratings on Tuesday, while Hum TV moved up to No.2, according to exclusive data obtained by

In terms of share, Star Plus led the way with 0.17%, followed by Hum TV with 0.10%, BritAsia TV with 0.09%, Sony Entertainment Television and Aaj Tak with 0.07%, Geo TV and NDTV 24×7 with 0.05%, Colors Rishtey with 0.04%, ZEE TV and Colors with 0.03%, ARY Family with 0.01%.

Star Plus’ biggest attractions on Tuesday were ‘Yeh Hai Mohabbatein’ at 19:30 with 54,000 viewers, ‘Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai’ at 21:30 with 52,000 viewers, ‘Kasautii Zindagii Kay’ at 21:00 with 46,700 viewers, ‘Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala’ at 20:30 with 38,500 viewers, ‘Dil Toh Happy Hai Ji’ at 19:00 with 25,600 viewers, ‘Krishna Chali London’ at 20:00 with 20,100 viewers, ‘Ek Bhram’ at 18:30 with 14,100 viewers, ‘Nazar’ at 22:30 with 8,300 viewers and ‘Yeh Rishtey Hain Pyaar Ke’ at 22:00 with 7,800 viewers.

On Hum TV, ‘Suno Chanda’ fetched a huge 50,400 viewers at 21:30, followed by ‘Bharam’ at 22:45 with 18,800 viewers and ‘Iftaar Package’ at 21:00 with 10,600 viewers.

On Sony TV, ‘Mere Sai’ was watched by 38,600 viewers at 19:00, followed by ‘Ladies Special’ at 21:30 with 25,500 viewers and ‘Patiala Babes’ at 21:00 with 24,400 viewers.

On BritAsia TV, ‘Fresh Hits’ at 18:00, ‘BritAsia TV Meets’ at 19:00 and ‘Takeover: Diljit Dosanjh’ at 19:30 all led with 39,800 viewers.

On Geo TV, ‘Kamzarf’ at midnight was top with 12,200 viewers.

On ZEE TV, ‘Guddan’ was watched by 14,700 viewers.

On Colors, ‘Silsila’ led with 12,800 viewers at 22:00.

Please note: Above data is overnight figures, which may change slightly after seven days when consolidated data has been accounted for. publishes consolidated figures every Monday.