What did Indians Google in 2017?

2017 is coming to an end and our favourite search engine recently revealed what the dear netizens were busy googling this year! Read below to know if your search queries made it to the list.

1. Baahubali 2



“Kattappa ne Bahubali ko Kyun Mara?” Well, this million dollar question made this Telugu Blockbuster not just break box-office records but also emerge as one of the most searched Indian movies in Google’s Top 10 search trends this year.

2. IPL


India’s annual T-20 cricket festival grabbed the second spot on Google India’s list. It looks like the Indian Paisa League kept the cricket crazy fans hooked to dear Google for live scores!

3. Sunny Leone


Well, “babydoll sone di” aka Sunny Leone, the most-searched in 2015, lost her spot on the overall most-searched list this year. However, the former adult movie star still maintained the top rank in India’s most-searched entertainer’s list on Google.

4. Aadhar Card


‘How to Link Aadhar Card with PAN card?’

Turned out to be one of the most searched “How to…” question of the year after the current government deemed it voluntary but ‘mandatory’ to link the Aadhar Card to everything you own or fear not existing.

5. GST


In a video released by Google revealed a fun fact that this year more than ever netizens asked how and Google was swarmed with inquiries on GST by Indians. It garnered interests by both consumers and businesses. Given its far-reaching impact on the economy and businesses, there was a lot of talk around the subject.

6. BitCoin


Following closely on the heels of GST, was Bitcoin which has taken the entire world by storm. The curiosity around this cryptocurrency got the nation hooked on learning more about mining and the blockchain technology on which it is based.

7. Jallikattu


This traditional bull taming sport from Tamil Nadu came into the limelight after the global animal rights group, PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) campaigned for restrictions against it, the Supreme Court took notice and sought a ban on this sport.

Keep Googling!