Usually, we visit cinema halls for watching the newly released movie but very few of us, take interest about the amount of money spent on that film. Yes, this is true indeed. That’s why, we are writing this blog to make you know the list of the top 15 most expensive Indian movies.
Baahubali (250 crores)
The biggest hit of this year and one of the the expensive movies in India. The budget of this film is really eye-popping indeed. But, there would be not critical view about the star casting and the story of the film!
Robot (150 crores)
This film tells the story of a fantasy world. If you watch this film critically, you would not find any point of spending so much money on this film.
Bang Bang (140 crores)
Hrithik’s performance has given the film a new appearance. It’s all about swag and style. The action is the main attraction of this film.
Ra.One (135 crores)
In the year of 2011, this most expensive bollywood movie was released. This film is loved by most of the childrens due to the game factor of Ra.One and G.One.
Blue (126 crores)
Inspite of spending 126 crores in this film, this bollywood most expensive movie became the top most flop movie. After the release of this film, the producer must feel very disappointing.
Dhoom 3 (125 crores)
CGI generated effects, sports bikes, high-octane chase and Aamir’s top notch performance have made this film hit.
Kochadaiiyaan (125 crores)
This one of the most expensive Indian movie is a big hit as Thalaiva is featured in this film. It does not matter whether the Thalaiva is real or not.
Kick (120 crores)
Sajid Nadiawala is fortunate enough for the success of this film as he spent 120 crores.
Krrish 3 (115 crores)
There is no doubt that most of the star casts benefitted from this most expensive bollywood movie. But, as far as Vivek Oberoi is concerned, he did not get any advantage.
Jai Ho (107 crores)
Although a huge amount is spent on this film, it cannot be saved from falling flat. The presence of Bhai did not work as well.
I (100 crores)
Another expensive movies in India is I. Shankar spent a huge amount of money in this film.
My Name Is Khan (100 crores)
The pair of Kajol-SRK is always famous as the best ‘jodi’ in Bollywood. 100 crore was the production cost of this film in 2010.
Mughal-e-Azam (1.5 crores)
In the year of 1960, spending 1.5 crores in a film is quite surprising. That’s why, this most expensive bollywood movie is included in our list.