Sunny Leone,Ek Tha Tiger tops the India Google Zeitgeist 2012 list
December 13, 2012
Source: MM Network
By: Shradha Chettri
Sunny Leone definitely seems to have taken India in an awe, as she ranks top as the people who trended in India according to "Zeitgeist 2012" released by Google.
The list is rather interesting with late Rajesh Khanna following Sunny Leone and then Poonam Pandey on the third rank among the trending people in India. The list follows with Alia Bhatt and Nirmal Baba on the 4th and 5th rank.
While on the category of most trending searches was Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS). Second on this list is the GATE exam and then again Sunny Leone on the third position. Interestingly the list follows with “Ek Tha Tiger” and “Rowdy Rathore “ which clearly explains the effect of Bollywood and commercial cinema on Indians.
Further Salman Khan now can rejoice on his success as his movie “Ek Tha Tiger” tops the Zeitgeist list of most searched movie. The list follows with "Rowdy Rathore", "Jannat 2", "Hosefull 2" and "Raaz 3."
On the Zeitgeist list of most searched news in India is the "Sensex" , followed by late Vilasrao Deshmukh, Hurricane Sandy, Anna Hazare and Aseem Trivedi cartoons.
Delhi ranks on the top as the most searched cities followed by Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai and Pune.
In the trending travel destination,Kerala tops the list followed by Taj Mahal, Wagah Border, Vaishno Devi and Amarnath.
While on a global scale in the iPad3 tops followed by Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPad Mini as the most trending consumer electronics. On the trending searches list Whitney Houston bags the top chart followed by Gagnam Style and Hurricane Sandy.
Released by Google every year the Zeitgeist is an in-depth look at the "spirit of the times" as seen through the billions of searches on Google over the past year. This year’s site is the most global to date, with a total of 838 lists from 55 countries as written on the Google blog.
This year number of new features has also been introduced including an interactive map that shows where and when some of the hottest terms spiked around the world, and a Google Zeitgeist Android app coming out soon.