Sunny Leone not Modi is most searched on internet

Sunny Leone not Modi is most searched on internet
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Sunny Leone is really hot and this shows in her popularity on the intenet. Google’s search results of the year 2014 suggest that Indians loved Sunny Leone more than Prime Minister Narendra Modi who stumpd everyone by winning a massive mandate in the Parliamentary elections earlier this year.

Sunny Leone is really hot and this shows in her popularity on the intenet. Google’s search results of the year 2014 suggest that Indians loved Sunny Leone more than Prime Minister Narendra Modi who stumpd everyone by winning a massive mandate in the Parliamentary elections earlier this year.

I am not sure as to why Indians are so much enthused by the former porn star turned Bollywood actress. She has not just beaten Modi, but all other actors and actresses from Bollywood.
This may be more than bold postures of the diva who has taken Indians by storm following her entry in the Indian cinema. But what is most amazing is the fact that despite being so popular on the net, her films do not get the same response when it comes to her movies.
Google in a blog post while talking about the search results in India said,“Prime Minister Narendra Modi was one of the top most searched personalities this year, coming ahead of Bollywood biggies — the first time a politician has gained more search popularity than entertainment celebrities…The historic 2014 Lok Sabha elections emerged as India’s first digital election and revealed that an online presence mattered considerably for all political parties”.
In the meanwhile searches suggest that within India the term ‘Elections 2014’ was on top of Google India’s trending lists of the year 2014. This was obviously followed by FIFA 2014 due to the fact that soccer world cup was held this year. Other top search terms include iPhone 6, GATE 2015 and IPL 2014.
From entertainment personalities and films to issue based searcher things have changed a lot in the last few years. A top Google official says, “The finding is a clear testimony of India’s growing interest in issues of national importance. The 2014 Lok Sabha elections pointed to the power of digital media and also to the unprecedented demand for information”.
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