Move over from the Box Office records and Youtube views. Here's a new war erupting between fans of Allu Arjun and NTR over the most googled Telugu actor in 2016.On one hand, Allu Arjun has got industry hit Sarrainodu and he also repeated the success in Malayalam too. On other hand, NTR is hot under the heels with blockbuster Janatha Garage and superhit Nannaku Prematho.As the battle of words continue between the fans of both the stars over most googled Telugu actor in 2016, people and netizens are puzzled over the claims of both the stars' fans.According to one version, where the name (used for comparison) is N.T. Rama Rao Jr (Film Actor) along with Allu Arjun (Film Actor), Mahesh Babu (Actor), Prabhas (Film Actor) and Pawan Kalyan (Film Actor), Allu Arjun is coming first, followed by Mahesh Babu (2nd), followed by Prabhas (3rd), followed by Jr NTR (4th) and Pawan Kalyan (5th).
NTR is ahead than Pawan Kalyan by only 1 per cent.As per the second version, where the name (used for comparison) is NTR (Search term) along Allu Arjun (Search term), Mahesh Babu (Search term), Prabhas (Search term) and Pawan Kalyan (Search term), NTR is coming at No.1, Allu Arjun is next to NTR, Mahesh Babu is standing at 3, followed by Mahesh Babu & Prabhas who equally shared 4th rank leaving Pawan Kalyan to the last.Going by the 1st version, Allu Arjun fans' are claiming that Bunny is most-searched this year compared to NTR.
They're of the opinion that Bunny has expanded his base by moving into Malayalam as well. They're saying that since the search is world-wide all the words matter.However, the 2nd version shared by NTR fans' is quite contrast. They're claiming that as per the search NTR, their favourite hero is the most searched Telugu actor in Google in 2016. They're saying that 'N.T. Rama Rao Jr' is not often used and hence it can't be counted.Considering the sensitivity of the issue, one has to wait and watch. We can't help but wait for Google India to clarify on the trends in the last 12 months and list out the names. Let's wait and see.