Bigg Boss continues to be the most watched TV show

(We will publish this report on a weekly basis)

Bigg Boss season six may have had a bumpy ride, with housemates like Navjot Singh Sidhu leaving the house to campaign in the upcoming Gujarat polls and model Karishma Kotak quitting after her father's death, but the show is still garnering audience interest and is at the top of Hindi TV Show category, yet again, according to a TV search and electronic guide provider company, Whats-on-India's report.

The rest of the list in the report remains the same for the Hindi TV show category but the rankings have changed. Balika Vadhu climbs one spot to 4th, whereas Bade Acche Lagte Hain drops to 5th spot and CID, jumps one spot to 3rd. Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon, again, continues to feature at the 2nd spot.

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In the Hindi movies category,Akshay Kumar starrer OMG! Oh My God, which stirred up controversy by targeting the consumerism of religion and drew flak from many right wing groups took the pole position again. Zoya Akhtar’s blockbuster, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara finished second in the Hindi movie category and Emraan Hashmi-starrer Jannat, featured for the first time on this list and bagged the 3rd spot. Ajay Devgn’s Singham and Vidya Balan’s The Dirty Picture, took up the last two spots in the list.

In English TV shows category, Two and a Half Men and Grey's Anatomy remain the top two favourite shows among What’s-On-India users.

Age-old Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! still remains popular among the viewers as it finishes 3rd in the list. How I Met Your Mother takes the 4th spot again followed by Body of Proof at 5th spot.

The Hangover Part II bags the top spot in the English movie category yet again. Although, there are four new entries in the rest of the list like Justin Timberlake-starrer science fiction film In Time, Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes, Johnny English Reborn and Safe finish at second, third, fourth and fifth spot respectively.

In the sports category, Airtel England Tour of India 2012/13 Test Live keeps Barclays Premier League 2012/13 at bay and bags the first position. The Live English football action settles for the 2nd spot followed by UEFA Champions League 2012/13 Live. No changes at the bottom of the list as FIA F1 World C'ship 2012 finishes at 4th and Liga BBVA 2012/13 at 5th.

As for kids, Doraemon still continues to be their favourite cartoon.

The report made by What’s On India has been based on data accumulated from various platforms such as web portal, mobile portal, apps (Android, iPhone, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Nokia Ovi), iPad and tablet apps, EPG-on-the-Cloud (Mobile TV and IPTV) and other connected devices.

What’s-On-India is a Electronic Program Guide (EPG) and TV Search Company, that powers TV Search on more than 45 million devices including set-top-boxes, recorders as well as apps on mobiles, tablets and smart-TVs. What’s-on-India currently has operations in India and Middle East. It is funded by Intel Capital, Nexus Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital and Wealth First Advisors Pvt. Ltd