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Doordarshan's Rise In TRPs Invites Memes From Twitterati; Check Out The Funniest Ones

Here are some hilarious memes from the Twitterverse on Doordarshan's sudden rise in TRPs after a long time. Read on to know more and enjoy a hearty laugh.


With the Coronavirus lockdown being extended, television channels are telecasting reruns of old shows. Following the same feat is India's Doordarshan channel. They have started airing the popular yesteryear TV serials Ramayan and Mahabharat and this seemed to have suddenly hiked Doordarshan's TRPs. Not even Netflix seems to have reached such a TRP currently. On such an occasion Twitterati has come up with hilarious memes for this sudden increase in Doordarshan's TRPs.

Memes on the sudden rise in Doordarshan's TRPs

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