Sunny Leone beats Priya Varrier, Sapna Choudhary to become ‘Most Googled Celebrity’ in India of 2019
Bollywood star Sunny Leone becomes the ‘Most Googled Celebrity’ in India this year surpassing Priya Prakash Varrier and Haryanvi sensation Sapna Choudhary. As per the Google Analytics, she is the most searched name for videos besides her biopic ‘Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story Of Sunny Leone’.
As per the trends, the maximum numbers of searches are done from North-Eastern states such as Assam and Manipur.
On this, Sunny said that it's a great feeling and she has to give the credit to her fans who have been there for her constantly.
Recently, Sunny Leone was in headlines for sharing phone number a 26-year old Delhi’s guy in her latest flick ‘Arjun Patiala’. The man was swamped by huge number of calls daily.
Puneet in a talk with BBC told that since the release of the film on July 26, he is receiving more than 100 calls a day. "I don't even dream any more. The phone keeps ringing until four in the morning’’.
When he started to realise that something is not right and while several callers referred about the film, "So I watched the movie and my number was really there," Mr Agarwal says. "It wasn't the fault of the callers. They really were given my number!
He told BBC Hindi’s Bhumika Rai that "They [the film's producers] should have at least called to check if it's a real number’’.
It is quite understandable that Sunny Leone has a huge fan following especially among men and some of them are calling Mr Agarwal because they think its her real number.
Continuous ringing of the phone is creating disruption in Mr Agarwal’s life that he is not able to work, sleep or even eat his meals in peace.
Moreover, Puneet on July 30 even filed a complaint with the local police against the makers so that his phone number can be removed or edited from the film clipping.
Now, in an interview with ZoomTV, Sunny has apologised the guy for misusing his number in the flick "Sorry I didn't mean for that to happen to you. Must get some really interesting people calling (sic)!".