Sunny Leone Does It Again! Actress Tops The List Of Most Googled Celebrities In India; Surpassing PM Modi, Salman And Shah Rukh Khan
Sunny Leone is a name to reckon with. The actress is still at the top of the list of Most Googled Celebrities in India, beats PM Modi and superstars Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan
Sunny Leone is a name to reckon with. Sunny has been living out of the suitcase, juggling between film shoots, to marketing her cosmetic line but the actress seems to have another ace up her sleeve as she tops the list of Most Googled Celebrities in India, AGAIN! Not only she achieved that feat, but the actress also surpassed the biggies like Prime Minister Narendra Modi and superstars Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan. Now that's a big deal, isn't it?
According to Google Trends' analytics, most searches related to Sunny are with respect to her videos, besides her biopic series "Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story Of Sunny Leone". Also, the trends show that a large number of searches for Sunny originate from Northeastern states such as Manipur and Assam.
On managing to remain at the top position, Sunny said: "My team bought this to my notice and I have to attribute this to my fans who have constantly been there for me. It's a great feeling." Last year, too, Sunny topped the list of Most Googled Celebrities in India.
Talking about her professional life, Sunny is co-judging a reality show, Spiltvilla season 12. The actress featured in an item song, titled Crazy Habibi vs Decent Munda from Arjun Patiala, along with actors Diljit Dosanjh and Varun Sharma. Recently, a picture of Sunny Leone holding her son looks exactly like an old picture of Kareena Kapoor Khan with her son Taimur Ali Khan and we’re taken aback with the uncanny resemblance!
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