Neha Kakkar has thrown an egg at everyone on the Internet. Her new song Khyaal Rakhya Kar, for which she had posed in a baby bump stoking all kinds of rumours, a few days ago, is out finally. The photo that basically led Indians to a fanatical search on Neha Kakkar’s pregnancy was actually from a song in which she is starring with her husband Rohanpreet Singh.
Search history can reveal a lot about a person. And when it comes to the search history of an entire country – such as India – the history could be rather embarrassing. At a time when the world is looking for more and more details about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, it seems Indians were busy Googling Neha Kakkar.
Yes, Neha Kakkar, the pop singer behind several viral Hindi remixes, recently pulled off the biggest publicity stunt of the year when she pretended to be pregnant to promote her upcoming song ‘Khyal Rakhya Kar’.
Last week, Kakkar shared an image of herself posing with her husband Rohanpreet Singh and a visible baby bump on Instagram. A day later, she revealed that the image was nothing more than a publicity stunt for an upcoming music video ‘Khyaal Rakhya Kar’.
Watch the music video here.
The news of her alleged ‘pregnancy’ on Friday broke the Internet. Thousands of Kakkar’s fans congratulated the couple. Memes were made. Indians even found time for some casual misogyny with countless jokes and tweets on how ‘fast’ Kakkar got pregnant after her wedding to Rohanpreet earlier in the year.
The searches spiked the most on December 18, revealing that no matter what, Indians always know (not) their priorities.
The trends are hardly surprising, though. While coronavirus and related search queries dominated Google searches around the world this year, statistics reveal that the most searched Google Trend in India in 2020 was not coronavirus or pandemic but “IPL”.
Yes, in a year that has seen unprecedented death, loss and hardships, Google Year in Search trends revealed that Indians were busy googling the Indian Premier League.
Interestingly, while almost all the ‘What is’ queries were dominated by coronavirus, Google registered thousand of queries seeking the answer ‘What is Binod’ – a reference to the viral social media sensation and meme that grew out of a YouTube video.
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