Expensive Songs In Bollywood Of All Time

Blog By fatema  |  03-08-18

Great Amount And Efforts Were Spent Behind All The Songs

Party All Night.

Party All Night.

Party All Night is one of the most popular song and it is still played in every parties. The features Akshay kumar and Sonakshi Sinha. The total expense that was spent behind the song was Rs.6 crores. The one half of the song was shot in a club of Bankok and at least 600 foreign models were there as background dancers.


Tha Karke.

Tha Karke.

The song Tha Karke is from Golmaal Returns which is directed by Rohit Shetty. The song features Ajay Devgn, Kareena Kapoor, Tushar Kapoor, Amrita Arora, Arshad Warsi, Sheryas Talpade. The total expense of the song was of Rs. 3 crores. At least 10 lavish cars were purchased to give a worthy picturization and touch to the song.


Radha Nachegi.

Radha Nachegi.

Radha Nachegi song is from the film Tevar, featuring Sonakshi Sinha. The lehnga tat Sonakshi is seen wearing in the song is of Rs. 75 lakhs. The total expense spent behind the song was Rs.Rs. 2.5 crores.


Jalebi Bai.

Jalebi Bai.

Though the film Double Dhamaal did not work that much on the box-office but the song Jalebi Bai was one of the most popular song at that time. The total amount spent behind this song was Rs. 1.5 crores. As per the film the song was shot in a lavish casino of Macau and Goa but in reality it was entirely a casino set up in a studio of Mumbai.


Saturday Saturday.

Saturday Saturday.

Saturday Saturday is the song from the film Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania. The song features Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan. Total expenditure spent on the song was of Rs. 3 crore.


Malang.

Malang.

Malang is the song from the film Dhoom 3. The film earned a lot on the box-office. The song features Aamir Khan and Katrina Kaif. The total expense of the song is Rs 5 crores. Around 200 gymnasts joined Aamir and Katrina in the song and they all came from USA to perform in the song.








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