Larger Than Life! 7 Most Expensive Bollywood Movies Ever Made!

Bollywood film making has taken larger-than-life proportions!

With movies competing to be at the top of the list, budget is hardly a restraint. Due to this, most Bollywood films have gone a little too far with the cost and have ended up on our list of 7 of the most expensive Bollywood movies of all times!

  1. Bahubali – The Conclusion

Gravity-defying stunts, exorbitant sets and beautiful cinematography is what makes Bahubali a grand and mega entertaining experience. This Tollywood movie is the most expensive Indian film ever made with a budget of INR 250 crores.

Baahubali source: allindiaroundup.com

  1. Prem Ratan Dhan Payo

Yes! This movie is second on the list with a budget of a whopping INR 180 crores. However, Prem Ratan Dhan Payo…umm…received mixed reviews.

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  1. Dhoom 3

Talk about extravagance! Dhoom 3 cost the makers a staggering INR 175 crores.

Let alone the movie’s total budget, the song ‘Malang’ itself cost the makers INR 5 crores, making it one of the most expensive songs ever!

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  1. Bang Bang!

The Bollywood remake of the movie ‘Knight and Day’ left no stone unturned to make it an action packed, blockbuster. Exotic locations, extra-ordinary action stunts, romantic scenes and two of the hottest Bollywood stars – this movie has it all!

Bang Bang! cost the makers a whopping INR 160 crores.

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  1. Happy new year

Talk about brainless entertainers and Happy New Year tops the list! Made on a staggering budget of INR 150 crores, this movie ranks amongst the highest Indian grossers.

happy new year Source: s3.india.com

  1. Kick

With Salman Khan on screen, the cinematic extravagance is sure to be extraordinary! Kick justifies this with a budget of a whopping INR 140 crores.

kick Source: g.ahan.in

  1. Ra.One

Starring King Khan and Kareena Kapoor, this movie is a special effects masterpiece. Costly VFX, Khan’s latex costume and Arjun Rampal’s 3-inch thick solid rubber costume cost for a staggering budget of INR 130 crores. Even so, the only reason the movie worked was because of Akon’s song ‘Chamak Challo’. Talk about unity in diversity!

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So, which ones did you pay for? In the movie theatre, duh!