Another awkwardness from Google | Raj Kumar’s name in Tamil film Vikram vedha cast.

Another awkwardness from Google | Raj Kumar's name in Tamil film Vikram vedha cast.

If Google searches Vikram Vedha Cast, Vijay Sethupathi, R. Raj Kumar’s name is also shown with Madhavan and Shraddha Srinath.

Raj Kumar’s name in Tamil film Vikram vedha cast.

If you search the Ugliest Language of India, it will be Kannada. The Kannada people got angry about this and launched a big campaign.

Impact Google corrected this mistake. Also, apologized in Kannada. Now Google has made another such mistake, which has caused considerable debate.

Google has made a mess on Raj Kumar.

Yes, Google has made a mess on Raj Kumar. Vijay Sethupathi starrer ‘Vikram Vedha’ has hit the screens in 2017.

Google says that Raj Kumar starred in the movie. Directed by Pushkar-Gayatri, the film was a big hit. The film gave a lot of mileage to Vijay Sethupathi’s career. Google says that Raj Kumar starred in the movie. This left many wondering.

If Google searches Vikram Vedha Cast, Vijay Sethupathi, R. Raj Kumar’s name is also shown with Madhavan and Shraddha Srinath. Half Boil is the name of the character. There is a lot of debate about this now.

Likewise, a man named Raj Kumar may have played the role of Half Boil in the Vikram Vedha cinema. The reason for this is that Google has misunderstood the name of Varanasi Raj Kumar.

Google has apologized for the outrage over the display of ‘Ugliest Language of India’ in Kannada.

Google has apologized for the outrage over the display of ‘Ugliest Language of India’ in Kannada. ‘Seeking is not always perfect. Sometimes the results for specific searches on the Internet can be surprising.

Another awkwardness from Google | Raj Kumar's name in Tamil film Vikram vedha cast.
Another awkwardness from Google | Raj Kumar’s name in Tamil film Vikram vedha cast.

We know this is not appropriate. But when there is any problem and it is brought to our attention, we act swiftly.

And we continue to be active in improving our algorithm. “We apologize for any misunderstanding and any feelings of compromise,” Google said.