SHE DID IT! Sonakshi Sinha beats Priyanka Chopra and Kareena Kapoor to...

SHE DID IT! Sonakshi Sinha beats Priyanka Chopra and Kareena Kapoor to be the most sensational celebrity


According to Intel Security, The McAfee Most Sensational Celebrities study, Sonakshi Sinha has replaced Priyanka Chopra to be the most sensational celebrity to look for online. This study is crucial to see Bollywood celebrities that have created high-risk search results, which might expose fans and malware while seeking for their latest updates online. Sonakshi didn’t come as a shock to us since the actress was in news for many reasons this season. Her movie Akira did well at the box office afterward her relationship with beau Bunty Sajdeh made everyone’s eyes pop out and lastly for her forthcoming release Force 2 starring John Abraham which will show her actions grouped avatar another time.

Interestingly, Priyanka Chopra who was at the top last year had to see an important downfall as she slipped to number 7. We don’t know the real motive that made her witness this autumn but guess the popularity of Ms Sinha is definitely rising with each passing day. This year saw a major change since all the Gen Y performers made their presence felt in the top 10 including Tiger Shroff, Alia Bhatt and Arjun Kapoor. Both these celebrities made headlines this season, former for his separation from wife Adhuna Akhtar and later for her pregnancy. Post Kareena, we have the whole young brigade with Arjun and Tiger sharing Shraddha Kapoor and the fourth spot and Kriti Sanon following them at 5th and 6th place respectively.

Consumers nowadays are inclined and lively when it comes to streaming videos and pictures online. It really is obvious that they’re the most searched celebrities online and viewers, with these stars featuring in top 10. This automatically creates menace towards the tips related to these celebs. There are high chances that many unwanted links which carry malware and viruses may get clicked by the viewers therefore exposing them to risk. Hence it is vital that we don’t click on a third-party link. Access content from company websites or the original source to ensure you aren’t clicking on anything that could be malicious. Also If you receive a request to enter information like your credit card, social media login or e-mail, home address do it is given by n’t . These are typically the hackers.