Most Expensive Bollywood Songs Of All Time

Most Expensive Bollywood Songs Of All Time

Songs are one of the main causes of Bollywood hit movies. Songs play vital role in the success and flop of Bollywood movies. In present era Bollywood is producing some very expensive songs. Even some of these expensive songs have a worth more than the other whole movies budget. Here in below article ”Most Expensive Bollywood Songs Of All Time” we have some of the most expensive songs ever produced by Bollywood in history. Have a look on these expensive Bollywood songs.

Most Expensive Bollywood Songs Of All Time

07. Jalebi Bai – 1.5 Crore

The seventh most expensive song in the list is a song in which famous actress Mallika Sherawat is starring  from the movie Double Dhamaal. This expensive song was shot at Mehboob studio and this song had cost around Rs. 1.5 Crore. All remaining movie was shot in Goa but this song was shot in the studio. This song is considered one of the best item songs of the era.

06. Piya Ke Bazaar – 2 Crore

Next comes in the list is one of the famous Hindi songs. This expensive song is from the movie Humshakals. It was said that this songs was shot against a huge amount of Rs. 2 Crore. The set was majestic and wonderful where this song was shot. About 500 background dancers have participated in this song which is a big number of dancers in a single song. With this amount this song lies at the sixth position in this list.

05. Radha Nachegi – 2.5 Crore

This song is considered one of the best songs of latest movies. This is Sonakshi’s expensive song in the movie ‘Tevar’ which was produced by Boney Kapoor. Wonderfully and most shockingly The costume(Lehnga) which was used in this song was itself costed Rs. 75 Lakh. The complete song is said to cost Rs. 2.5 Crore. This one is the fifth most expensive song ever produced by Bollywood.

04. Saturday Saturday – 3 Crore

This one is one of the latest songs performed by a young couple. This song was a cost of the movie Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania. It was said to cost around Rs. 3 Crore. Produced by Karan Johar, the song was shot in Film City in Mumbai with a massive, futuristic colossal set. This is considered one of the hit songs of the era and it falls at fourth number in this list because of its huge cast.

03. Tha Karke – 3.5 Crore

This was another song which was shot with a large number of dancers. A total number of 1000 dancers have participated in this song. In addition to dancers about 180 fighters and 10 cars also participated in this expensive song of he era. This was shot in one of the best and funniest moves Golmaal Returns. This song was said to cost Rs. 3.5 crore. The movie was directed by Rohit Shetty. This was shot in Mumbai and the song took 12 days to complete. This is the third most expensive Bollywood song.

02. Malang – 5 Crore

The second most expensive song in Bollywood history is also one of the hit and most liked songs of the era. This song was costed in the movie Dhoom 3 which is considered one of the successful movies in Bollywood history. This movie had broken all previous records. Its most expensive song was Malang which was cost about five crore. In this song almost 200 gymnastic dancers that were especially flown from USA to shoot. Both the actors were provided training prior to the shoot and the dancers were set up in Mumbai for training and shooting for 20 days. Even the costumes were sourced from US. Some very difficult steps were taken during this song. It also took a lot of time to complete.

01. Party All Night – 6 Crore

At the top of the list of most expensive Bollywood songs ever produced, is the song Party All Night. THis song was shot in the movie Boss. Choreographed by Sumit Dutt (Dhinka Chika, Character Dheela fame) and Raju Khan and song sung by famous rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh. In this song at least 600 foreign models hired as background dancers for the songs. Half of the song was shot in a pub in Bangkok. This song is at the top of the list of most expensive songs ever produced by Bollywood. Because it was cost about Rs 6 crore.


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