‘Songs’ without which a Bollywood movie will always remain incomplete. It is that world where success of a movie depends on its songs. To make their movies larger than life, film makers have moved their focus on creating more musical and beautiful songs.
Check out the money spent on making some of the most expensive songs in Bollywood.
Radha Nachegi, Tevar
This 2014 release is a high budget movie with a costing of Rupees 85 crore. Movie featured six songs out of which Radha Nachegi was a talk of B’Town. Featuring Sonakshi Sinha song’s cost was 2.5 crore.
Although movie’s performance on box office was low hence critics rating was also poor.
Saturday Saturday, Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania
Produced by Karan Johar movie was made in low budget of 330 million, but the song Saturday Saturday alone cost Rs 3 crore. Movie features Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt as the main lead.
Tha Karke, Golmaal Returns
When it is a Rohit Shetty movie, it is a Rohit Shetty movie..! Flying cars, huge sets and glamorous star cast, Tha Karke was a real expensive one. 3.5 crore was the costing for the song.
Malang, Dhoom 3
Dhoom 3 with its stunts and overseas location established a global impression. Movie was loaded with some extra-ordinary action sequences. Malang, with its unique dance style stands out as one of the most expensive song ever made in Bollywood. It was a heavy budget project, 5 crore was the investment on Malang.
While Vicky Donor one of the super-hit movie from Bollywood was made with the same budget as of Malang song.
Party All Night, Boss
Party all night is most expensive song of Bollywood. Budget for the song was 6 crore rupees. Yo Yo Honey Singh’s voice made the song beautiful while choreographer for the same were Sumit Dutt and Raju Khan. Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha played the lead for the song.