These Are The Top 10 Most Expensive Songs Ever Made In Bollywood

Singing and Dancing are a huge part of every Bollywood movie. That is why filmmakers do not hesitate to spend insanely huge amounts of money for shooting these songs! 

Here are the top 10 most expensive Bollywood songs ever made!

1- Party All Night 

Film: Boss

Budget: 6 crores

Sonakshi Sinha, Akshay Kumar, and about 600 foreign dancers make Party All Night the most expensive Bollywood song ever. It became a party anthem back in 2013. 

2. Malang

Film: Dhoom 3

Budget: 5 crores

Other than Aamir Khan and Katrina Kaif who set the screen on fire with their moves, 200 dancers were specially flown in from the US for this song. The film, as well as the song, was a hit!

3. Kilimanjaro

Film: Robot

Budget: 4 crores

The song features superstar Rajnikanth and the stunning Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in unique avatars. Moreover, it is the first Indian video that has been shot at Machu Picchu (Peru). 

4. Tha Karke

Film: Golmaal Returns

Budget: 3.5 crores

With over 1,000 background dancers, 180 stuntmen and (of course) all the stars of the movie, this song is a treat to watch! It also features 10 super expensive cars and was shot over a span of 12 days. 

5. Saturday Saturday

Film: Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya

Budget: 3 crores

Starring Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan, the movie as well as the song became massive hits! The song was especially popular among the youth. It was shot at a film city. 

6. Chammak Chalo

Film: Ra-One

Budget: 3 crores

The movie may not have done as well as King Khan hoped his dream project would do, this song certainly left a mark. A Grammy-winner singer (Akon), expensive sets and superstars Shahrukh and Kareena…with all the right ingredients, this song was bound to be a hit. 

7. Dola Re Dola

Film: Devdas

Budget: 2.5 crores

It was a Sanjay Leela Bhansali film so the iconic sets were no surprise. The song featured Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit and dozens of background dancers…all dressed in beautiful sarees! 

8. Azeem O Shaan Shahenshah

Film: Jodha Akhbar

Budget: 2.5 crores

This visually entertaining song featured more than 400 dancers and 2,000 side artists. The audience loved the movie as well as the song! 

9. Jalebi Bai

Film: Double Dhamaal

Budget: 1.5 crores

Double Dhamaal failed to impress the audience but the song gained immense popularity. This ‘comical’ item number featured Mallika Sherawat. 

10. Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya

Film: Mughal-e-Azam 

Budget: 1 lakh

Back in those times, 1 lakh was an insanely huge budget for a song. In today’s time, the song would have cost about 6.5 crores. Featuring the gorgeous Madhubala, this song is something that Bollywood lovers and movie buffs will never forget.

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