Sara Ali Khan trends in Pakistan but not India

Published: December 13, 2019
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On Wednesday, Google’s search engine released Pakistan’s list for the most trending personalities of 2019. It included names like Naimal Khawar, Waheed Murad, Babar Azam, Asif Ali, Alizeh Shah, Mohammad Amir, Madiha Naqvi and Indian personalities Adnan Sami and Abhinandan Varthaman.

However, what came to the audience as a shock was that Sara Ali Khan also appeared as the sixth most searched personality in Pakistan, while failing to round off India’s top 10. The actor has garnered a massive fan following across the world and her recent achievement is proof of this.

Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh’s daughter left everyone surprised after her films, Kedarnath with Sushant Singh Rajput and Simmba opposite Ranveer Singh, fared well at the box office. Sara will also be seen in two upcoming films – Imtiaz Ali’s Aaj Kal with Kartik Aaryan and David Dhawan’s Coolie No 1 alongside Varun Dhawan. So, regardless of not making it to Google’s top searched list in India, she has fast become the most talked-about personality.

 From making her fans go gaga with her gym looks to her discussions about colourism or even her fashion presence, Sara has managed to steal many hearts. Besides personalities, Pakistan’s most searched list also features movies and television serials like Avengers Endgame, Bigg Boss, Ehd E Wafa, Suno Chanda season 2, Kabir Singh, Captain Marvel, Mere Pass Tum Ho, Motu Patlu, Bharosa Pyar Tera and Gully Boy.

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  • Bunny Rabbit
    Dec 14, 2019 - 11:13PM

    In India she’s just one among the scores of star kids launched each year . In Pak she is exclusive as she belongs to some common royal family .Recommend

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