Google most searched people of this year 2022 know the name and detail

Google Most Searched People: This year, which celebrities were searched the most on Google, its information has come to the fore. According to the Google Trends report for the year 2022, Bollywood actress Sushmita Sen, Bigg Boss contestant Abdu Rojik and Kachha Badam fame Anjali Arora were the most searched on the internet this year. According to Google trends, people have tried to know the most about these three. Let us know for what reason these stars would have been searched the most on Google this year.

Sushmita Sen: Bollywood Everyone is crazy about this beauty. With her simplicity and talent, Sushmita rules the hearts of her fans. There are often such times in her life, due to which she remains in the headlines. Talking about this year, the pictures shared by IPL founder Lalit Modi on social media created a sensation everywhere. Lalit shared photos with Sushmita. People had also trolled Sushmita a lot regarding both. The news of their marriage was also in the air, although after a few days their paths separated. Lalit Modi also removed his and Sushmita’s picture.

Anjali Arora:
Anjali Arora, known as Kachha Badam Girl, was earlier a Tik Tok star. After that he started making reels on Instagram. Then his dance on raw almond became fiercely viral on the internet. After this people searched him a lot on Google as well. to Anjali Kangana Ranaut Was also seen in the show Lock Up. Recently his song ‘Sajna Hai Mujhe Sajna’ has been released.

Abdu Rozik: Who does not know Abdu, the youngest contestant of the Bigg Boss show. Abdu continues to be number one in the list of top 5, leaving behind all the contestants of Bigg Boss. This famous singer from Tajikistan has got recognition in India. Before Salman Khan came on the show, who knew that 3 feet tall Abdu would be the most searched person on Google.

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