Bollywood movies without songs would surely feel like a body without a soul. Also, there are many movies that failed at the box office, but their album was a major hit.
Have you ever wondered how much these songs actually cost? Continue reading to know about some of the most expensive songs that are ever made in the Bollywood industry.
1) Ram Chahe Leela – Ram Leela – 6 Crores
Priyanka Chopra Jonas floored us with her moves in the item number “Ram Chahe Leela.” This song was featured in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Ram Leela.” Priyanka surely took this song to another level with her moves and expressions. 6 Crores were spent by makers just to get the actor on board.
2) Kilimanjaro – Robot – 4 Crores
“Kilimanjaro” is a famous song from the movie “Robot” featuring SuperStar Rajnikanth and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. This song costed whopping 4 crores.
3) Oo Antava – Pushpa – 5 Crores
The latest song “Oo Antava” From the Allu Arjun starrer film “Pushpa,” is the addition to the most expensive songs. Nowadayseveryone is grooving on Instagram reels on the beats of this song. However, most of us don’t know that Samantha Ruth Prabhu charged Rs 5 crores just for this song.
4) Malang – Dhoom 3 – 5 Crores
The 2013 film ” Dhoom 3″ Starring Aamir Khan and Katrina Kaif, Yash Raj Films spent a total of 5 crores for just this song.
5) Chammak Challo – Ra-One – 3 Crores
The famous song “Chammak Challo” from the 2011 film “Ra-One.” Featuring Shah Rukh Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan, This is one of the most expensive songs of Bollywood that not only gave a signature move, but also introduced Grammy-winner “Akon” to Bollywood.
6) Party All Night – Boss – 6 Crores
The song “Party All Night” defined the perfect party song. From Honey Singh to Sonakshi Sinha’s moves to Akshay Kumar’s swag,This song was shot in a pub in Bangkok with around 600 foreigners dancing. It took whooping 6 crores to make this song.
7) Yantahara Lokapu Sundarive – 2.0 – 20 Crores
Did you ever imagined a song of Rs 20 crores. But, it actually happened in the Bollywood film industry. The “Yantahara Lokapu Sundarive” song from the movie “2.0” starring Rajinikanth and Ami Jackson broke all the records of the amount spent on any Bollywood song ever. It was shot on a whopping budget of Rs 20 crores.