In looking for updates on Chandrayaan-2, I didn’t find anything helpful, but this article was interesting – Curious case of Google search on Chandrayaan 2 in India and Pakistan: https://www.indiatoday.in/science/story/chandrayaan-2-vikram-lander-isro-india-pakistan-google-search-trends-analysis-1598934-2019-09-16.
People in Pakistan are interested in India and this interest is not limited just to Kashmir. Pakistan’s leadership may have a political interest in hurling barrages of hatred to mock Isro’s Chandrayaan-2 mission on Twitter and in the media, but that doesn’t seem to have made the ordinary Pakistani uninterested in searching about India’s Moon mission.
In fact, their interest to know about the latest developments on Chandrayaan-2 remained very high even two days later, by when the search interest for ‘Chandrayaan 2’ had relatively dwindled in India.
I imagine similar things happened in the past when the U. S. S. R. and the U.S. were vying for reaching the moon.
There are a few more days before September 20/21 when night was close in on Chandrayaan 2‘s location.