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'ICC Cricket World Cup 2015' emerges No.1 trending search on Google in 2015

28-December-2015
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'ICC Cricket World Cup 2015' emerges No.1 trending search on Google in 2015

‘ICC Cricket World Cup 2015’ most searched term emerged as the No.1 trending search term on Google in 2015 in India, the search giant has revealed. Hotstar and Star Sports also featured in the list¬¬, along with high profile Bollywood flims like Bahubali, Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Prem Ratan Dhan Payo.

The complete list, in numerical order, includes the ICC Cricket World Cup, ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, Bahubali, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, Indian Premier League (IPL), APJ Abdul Kalam, SSC Exam, Bigg Boss 9, Hotstar and Star Sports.

Star Network's brands Hotstar and Star Sports were the only two brands to make the list.

Speaking on the inclusion of Hotstar and Star Sports in the list of most searched terms, Uday Shankar, CEO of Star India commented, “Stories matter. We have long held the belief that content shapes the mindspace and cultural bloodstream of a nation. This belief is validated seeing that our content is shaping and defining the majority of trending searches in India. What's gratifying also is to see two of our brands as the only two brands that feature on the list."

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