It was a fairly disappointing night for most UK Asian TV channels on Tuesday, with ZEE TV amongst the four big Indian TV players plummeting further, according to exclusive data obtained by

The four big Indian TV giants put Star Plus ahead with a share of 0.18%, followed by Sony TV with 0.05%, Colors with 0.04% and ZEE TV barely crossing 0.01%. ZEE TV was also thrashed in the ratings by Rishtey, which garnered 0.04%, Star Bharat with 0.03%, Sony SAB TV and its own sister channel, &TV with 0.01% each.

ZEE TV, which overhauled its primetime schedule on Monday, is yet to click with viewers. The repeat of ‘Piyaa Albela’ at 14:30 and ‘Kundali Bhagya’ at 20:30 pulled in 4,100 viewers each, followed by ‘Woh Apna Sa’ at 19:30 with 2,400 viewers.

On Star Plus, ‘Yeh Hai Mohabbatein’ at 19:30 remained top with 102,900 viewers, followed by ‘Naamkarann’ at 21:00 with 85,100 viewers, ‘Chakravyuh’ at 20:00 with 71,900 viewers and ‘Chandra Nandini’ at 20:30 with 69,500 viewers.

On Colors, ‘Bigg Boss 11’ at 21:00 raked in 24,400 viewers, followed by ‘Tu Aashiqui’ at 20:30 with 14,500 viewers and ‘Laado 2’ at 22:00 with 10,300 viewers.

On Rishtey, ‘Rangrasiya’ led with 26,300 viewers at 21:00, followed by ‘Main Teri Parchai Hoon’ at 22:30 with 25,700 viewers and ‘Balika Vadhu’ at 21:00 with 25,500 viewers.

On Hum TV, ‘Alif Allah Aur Insan’ at 20:00 attracted 30,700 viewers, followed by ‘Gumrah’ at 22:00 with 27,800 viewers and ‘Shab-e-Zindagi’ at 21:00 with 24,700 viewers.

On Hum Masala, ‘Tarka’ was top show with 20,700 viewers at 22:00.

On Geo TV, ‘Rani’ was watched by 18,300 viewers at 21:00, followed by ‘Adhoora Bandhan’ at 22:00 with 3,300 viewers.

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