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Why is Pracchand Ashok Going Off Air? Reasons Behind Adnan Khan-mallika Singh’s Show’s Conclusion

When the Colors channel introduced a series centered on the life of Emperor Ashoka, viewers anticipated decent ratings, especially considering the success of a previous show starring Siddharth Nigam during the same time slot in 2015-16. Collaborating with Ekta Kapoor, the channel aimed to depict the love story of Ashoka and Kaurwaki. However, despite its promising storyline and star-studded cast, the historical drama failed to resonate with audiences as expected.

Recent reports from ETimes suggest that the show, featuring Adnan Khan and Mallika Singh, will be taken off the air next week due to its inability to attract a substantial viewership. Speculations about the show’s fate emerged last month, and it appears they were accurate, with the series reportedly concluding on March 29. Industry insiders have noted concerns about the show’s underwhelming performance, particularly its low opening TRP, which fell below the channel’s expectations despite significant promotional efforts.

Initially considered a possible filler until the next season of Bigg Boss, it seems the journey of “Pracchand Ashok” has been abruptly cut short even before the anticipated launch of Salman Khan’s show. The show’s fate now rests on its ability to introduce compelling storylines and enhance chemistry between its leads to potentially improve its TRP ratings. However, the decision to end the series reflects the channel’s dissatisfaction with its performance, especially in comparison to rival shows like “Anupamaa,” which have consistently secured high TRP ratings.

With the show failing to resonate with viewers and falling short of expectations, Colors TV has opted to pull the plug on “Pracchand Ashok” after just two months. The channel is yet to announce its official replacement, leaving viewers curious about what will fill the prime-time slot moving forward.

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