These are the10 most expensive songs of Bollywood. Their price will make you shock!
Songs play an important role in every film. Previously, people did not focus much on the making of songs. You must have noticed earlier, the songs were very simple and were mostly shot in hills or jungles.
But today, until 2-4 beautiful places, expensive cars and foreign backgrounds and foreign dancers are not seen, the song seems incomplete. People today pay less focus to its lyrics and Music of the song, but the overall background and things should attract them.
And why not? In order to watch movies, audiences firstly entice the movie. When audiences like the songs in the movie, then they make up their mind to watch the film. Today’s filmmakers also understand this thing well. Only then, millions of rupees are shed like water to make a song in the film. Not once or twice but it has happened many times.
Today we are going to tell you the 10 most expensive songs in Bollywood:
1. Party all night- 6 crores.
This song, which is the life of every party at one time, is from the movie of Akshay Kumar, Boss. It was shot in a pub in Bangkok. Along with this, about 600 foreign dancers worked in this song.
2. Malang (Dhoom 3)– 5 Crores
Aamir Khan’s blockbuster ‘Dhoom 3’ song ‘Malang’ is not less than anyone in terms of money. To make this ‘magical’ song, Yash Raj Films spent about Rs. 5 crores. All background dancers from this song were called from the United States and here they were trained for 20 days.
3. Saturday Saturday (Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania)– 3 crores
This song of Karan Johar’s hit movie ‘Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya’ is still played in the party and people even admire it. The song, which was shot in Mumbai’s film city, spent Rs 3 crore.
4. Tha Karke (Golmaal Returns)– 3.5 Crores
It took around 3.5 crores to make this song from Golmaal Returns’. This song was from Rohit Shetty’s movie, therefore expensive cars were used in it. In addition to this, 1,000 background dancers and 180 stuntmen were also used in this song. It took 12 days to shoot this song only.
5. Chammak Chalo (Ra-One)– 3 Crores
This song was shot on the grand set of Yash Raj Studios, Shah Rukh Khan, and Kareena Kapoor really impressed their fans with their charm. In addition, Hollywood’s famous singer Akon also participated in it. Due to all these things, the song was made in Rs. 3 crores.