The Most Googled Indian Movie Of 2022 Brahmastra Beats KGF 2, Kantara And The Kashmir Files. Details Inside!

According to the list, Brahmastra Part One- Shiva is in more talk than any other movie, even though it wasn't the most financially successful Indian movie of the year.

Google’s search engine has released its “Year in Search 2022,” a summary of the most significant patterns it observed in search throughout the first 11+ months of the new year. According to the list, Brahmastra Part One- Shiva by Ayan Mukerji produced more talk than any other movie, even though it wasn’t the most financially successful Indian movie of the year. The movie triumphed over several other well-known blockbusters, including KGF: Chapter 2, RRR, Kantara, and The Kashmir Files, to take the top spot on the year’s top searches for movies.

Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, and Nagarjuna all made lengthy cameo appearances in the movie Brahmastra, which starred Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, and Mouni Roy. The expensive fantasy adventure made more than 400 crore. Given its scope, it was a highly anticipated movie and as a result, it topped all Indian movie search charts this year. It was followed by the highest-grossing Indian movie of the year, the Kannada smash KGF 2 with Yash. The Kashmir Files by Vivek Agnihotri completed the top three on the list.

In 2022, India experienced all-time highs in cricket and football searches, embraced diversity in entertainment and sport, rediscovered exciting adventures abroad, and pondered local and international news events, cutting-edge ideas in tech and finance, and practical government initiatives. This year, more people than ever embraced their passion for sports and entertainment thanks to our ambitious movies, captivating music, and exciting matches that helped to set worldwide trends.

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