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These actresses were the most searched in 2021


There are many actresses in Bollywood who have won everyone’s heart with their work. In 2021, there were many actresses who were the most searched. Now a separate list of most searched female celebrities has also been released recently which you can see here. Yes, in fact, the list includes prominent names who often made headlines in 2021. Let us know about those actresses.

Kareena Kapoor Khan According to the list Kareena Kapoor Khan is ranked first. All of you must know that this year the actress gave birth to her second child and wrote The Pregnancy Bible. That is why she was the most talked about.

Katrina Kaif- Actress Katrina Kaif came second thanks to the popularity of ‘Suryavanshi’ and rumours of her marriage to Vicky Kaushal and this made her wedding the most searched topic of the year.

Priyanka Chopra- You must be aware Priyanka Chopra who has now become a global sensation is third on the list due to her Hollywood movies and divorce reports.

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Alia Bhatt Alia Bhatt is currently fourth on the list. In fact, the actress is in the news for both her big budget filmmaking and her relationship with Ranbir Kapoor. She also made headlines this year for RRR the film.

Deepika Padukone Deepika Padukone is ranked fifth in the list. This was the actress’ first year without any film release and she is currently seen with Ranveer Singh in the film ’83’. It was this film that made headlines.

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