Google's search engine has thrown an interesting formulation. It has announced to the world that Katrina Kaif has emerged as the numero uno as far as search about a film star on the website goes and she has emerged as the most popular film star from the subcontinent who has significant fan following even in Pakistan.
Katrina has even eclipsed the popularity of three Khans and they need to ponder a little bit on this issue, as among the generationnext Katrina has emerged as the number one choice. The results being compiled on international scale are indicative about the fact that the concept of female star is also undergoing subtle change internationally and is gravitating towards the notion that is in conformity with the international concept of beauty. After all, Katrina has replaced Madhuri Dixit and this replacement is symptomatic in itself about the change of the image of the Indian female star is that is taking place in the mind of the audience of the yore.
The classic beauties are becoming a thing of the past, and faces that have panIndian identity are ruling the roost, at least in the medium which represents the most democratic expression about a choice aka the Web 2.0.
The sociologist and the thinkers may scoff at this development as the number of hits that Katrina is getting these days is much more than what even our popular leaders are getting on the net, they may either belong to the present generation or that of the past.
With this kind of popularity, could it not be the opportune time, when Katrina'a background of Kashmir is used to settle the situation of strife in Kashmir. It may be a farfetched thought but there is no harm in giving it a shot.
According to the India Google Zeitgeist Top Bollywood Celebrities are as follows: 1. Katrina Kaif 2. Aishwarya Rai 3. Salman Khan 4. Hrithik Roshan 5. Kareena Kapoor 6. Shahid Kapur 7. Deepika Padukone 8. Shahrukh Khan 9. Mallika Sherawat 10. Genelia D'souza