Passion Of Singing And Dancing: List Of The High Budget Songs In Bollywood

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Bollywood has a certain passion when it comes to singing and dancing. But have you ever thought about what kind of money is spent behind the making of these iconic songs? Well to make it evident let’s say a lot. There are a lot of movies like Ra.One that may have failed to create an impact on the box-office but its song Chammak Challo was a major hit and was everyone’s number one jam.

From some incredible locations to have the best actors groove on them, these Bollywood songs have it all in them.

So without a break let’s have a look at some highly expensive Hindi songs that were created by Bollywood.

1. Party All Night

Party All Night was a hit jam from the film “Boss” that released in the year 2013. From then till now this song is on everyone’s playlist. This song was a full package of energy and swag and with Honey Singh’s rap and Akshay and Sonakshi’s dance moves, this song was a blockbuster party hit. The budget of this song was Rs. 6 crores as there were almost 600 foreign dancers in this.

2. Malang

Malang was a hit song from the blockbuster YRF franchise “Dhoom 3”. A whopping amount of Rs. 5 crores was spent on this magnificent track starring Aamir Khan and Katrina Kaif. YRF paid attention to every detail in this song and 200 dancers and gymnasts were flown to Mumbai for 20 days for it. Even the dresses were customized for each and every person on the set.

3. Tha Karke

This song from “Golmaal Returns” was made with almost 1,000 dancers in the background and more than 180 stuntmen on the set. The budget for this song was Rs. 3.5 crores and with that Rohit Shetty also made sure that all the expensive cars are being featured in this song.

4. Saturday Saturday

This weekend party hit song from the film “Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania” did cost Karan Johar Rs. 3 crores. After years also this song is played in every party and club and we still have fans grooving on it.

5. Dola Re Dola

Even a kid remembers this magnificent song from Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film “Devdas”. This song was made with a big budget of Rs. 2.5 crores, but with that this song also had two of the most powerful and beautiful actresses, Madhuri Dixit and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in it. With a big and beautiful set, this song had all the reasons to be cherished forever.

6. Chammak Challo

Shot on a big lavish set, Chammak Challo from Ra.One has a separate fan base. Not only this Rs. 3 crores song had Shah Rukh Khan and Kareena Kapoor, but this song also featured the Grammy winner Akon. A lot was even spent on the fusion costumes of the dancers and the traditional attire worn by Kareena was loved by all.

7. Kilimanjaro

This 4 crores song from the film “Robot” featured Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Rajnikanth in it. This song was filmed in Peru near Machu Picchu making it the first Indian song to be featured there. This song was choreographed by Raju Sundaram (Prabhudeva’s brother).

8. Azeem O Shaan Shahenshah

Choreographed by the one and only Chinni Prakash, the song from Jodha Akbar was filmed with a budget of Rs. 2.5 crores. Featured on a grand scale, this song had 400 dancers and almost 2,000 side artists. Every day 350 trained dancers had to travel to Karjat from Mumbai for this two-week-long song shoot.

9. Jalebi Bai

Malika Sherawat is always known for her dance moves and in the song Jalebi Bai from “Double Dhamaal” she really did set the floor on fire. This song had an insane budget of Rs. 1.5 crores and this song really did engage a good amount of audience.

10. Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya

The epic love saga film “Mughal-E-Azam” is surely one of the best films ever made in the history of Bollywood. The majestic song from this film “Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya” was made with a huge amount of Rs. 1 Lakh which was a pretty huge deal back in 1960. Everything in this song was beyond anyone’s imagination and was just too fascinating for our eyes.