Krishnakoli tops the TRP charts; ‘Mohor’ takes second place

This week's TRP report has some interesting changes. While ' Krishnakoli Continuing to rule the PRT charts this week as well, Rani Rashmoni has dropped to fifth place. Sona Moni Saha and the Pratik Sen Mohor show took second place this week. The family drama ‘Ke Apon Ke Por’, which has been running for the past 4 years, has made its presence felt with the latest story and ranked third on the charts.

Neel Bhattacharya-Tiyasha Roy starrer ‘Krishnakoli’ is featuring back to back twists in the storyline. The presence of Shyama’s look-alike Amrapali and her latest plan of making an entry as Shyama’s disguise have spiced up the track. On the other hand, Shyama’s rivals Disha (played by Rimjhim Mitra ) and Ashok (Vivaan Ghosh) are in top form and leave no stone unturned to give Nikhil sleepless nights. There will be more drama as Shyama's other enemies Radharani and Rukmini enter Chowdhury's house soon.

The show has had a pretty good score, especially after the crash. The chemistry of Mohor (Sona Moni) and Shankha (Pratik) seems to have attracted the public. Sona Moni, who made her television debut with the television show Debi Choudhurani, is quite compelling as the strong and independent Mohor, who continues her fight to continue her studies.

In Ke Apon Ke Por, villain Bishan is wreaking havoc on Joba and Koel's lives, which in turn is helping the show get good TRP. Despite being the oldest family drama currently featured on Bengali television, Ke Apon Ke Por is giving stiff competition to newly released shows.

Rezwan Rabbani Sheikh and Debchandrima Singha Roy The protagonist ‘Sanjher Baati’, on the other hand, is in fourth place this week. Arya (Rezwan) is determined to find Charu. The passionate love story seems to have worked in favor of the show.

Rani Rashmoni, who was seen primarily in the top two positions on the TRP charts, is in fifth place this week.

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