Whether it’s the irresistible Chikni Chameli or the bindaas bride, Katrina Kaif tops every list that comes to one’s mind. No wonder that the Brit-Indian actress has topped the list of the Most Searched People in India in 2011, according to Google Zeitgeist. While the year began on a bitter note with an Income Tax department raid on the star’s home, she came out clean and basked in the limelight with hits like Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara and Mere Brother Ki Dulhan and the much-talked about item songs, in Bodyguard and Agneepath.

Katraina Kaif, Salman Khan , Aishwarya Rai
Katrina Kaif, Salman Khan, Aishwarya Rai.

In fact, Bollywood personalities occupied most of the places on the Most Searched People list with Salman Khan at number three, new-mother-on-the-block Aishwarya Rai at number six, the Chammak Challo queen Kareena Kapoor at eight and Priyanka Chopra last at number 10.

Unsurprisingly, Bollywood films comprised of a huge chunk of the top 10 movies searched in India in the year gone by.

1. Bodyguard

2. Ra.One

3. Harry Potter

4. Delhi Belly

5. Singham

6. Ready

7. Mankatha

8. Transformers 3

9. Dookudu

10. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

With Google serving the search requirements of a varied audience across India, even mini-celebs got their 15 seconds of fame. Poonam Pandey, who promised to strip if India won the Cricket World Cup, and Kajal Agarwal, who starred alongside Ajay Devgan in Singham, also made it to the list of Fastest Rising People. The complete list of the fastest rising searches in India in 2011 is below:

1. Anna Hazare

2. Poonam Pandey

3. Steve Jobs

4. Anushka Sharma

5. Salman Khan

6. Justin Bieber

7. Kajal Agarwal

8. Katrina Kaif

9. Vijay Mallya

10. Aishwarya Rai

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