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Google releases Indian Cinema’s most searched for stars over the last 10 years

Google announced the most searched for Indian Cinema stars over the last 10 years. These stars are the actors, actresses, directors, musicians and movies that have inspired the most digital curiosity in India between 2006-2016.

Salman Khan and Sunny Leone took out the top spots for the most searched-for Bollywood actor and actress in the last 10 years, Honey Singh and Prabhu Deva were the top singer and Director, while Amitabh Bachchan and Rekha were the most searched for classic actor and actress.

“Indians have been turning to the web to find out more about their favorite stars for over a decade now and we’ve been evolving Google Search to give them richer, better answers” explained Google India’s Marketing Head, Sapna Chadha. “With around 1 in 10 mobile searches in India related to Indian cinema, we recently launched a range of immersive Search experiences that give film lovers an easy way to discover and explore everything they want to know about their favorite movies, stars, music, dialogues actors and more”



Now when you ask Google questions about films, actors, song lyrics, film trivia, trailers, screening times and more, you’ll get rich, contextual answers. For example try asking Google “What films has Prabhu Deva directed?” or “Who starred in the film Hero” and Google Search now shows rich, contextual answers.

These Search experiences were highlighted at an event in Mumbai featuring Director Karan Johar — the second most searched for director in the last 10 years — where Google launched a video tribute to Indian cinema.

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