The B Town is known for a number of things and thus remains the most reported stuff in this world. This certainly includes the songs as well that remain popular for a number of reasons. These include the lyrics, dance and the outfit, while at times it is also known for its cost. Well the fact of the matter is much of the cost is given to the songs as well and this at times turns out to be an exorbitant one in many ways. Well, how about checking the 5 Most Expensive Songs in Bollywood Films in the following paragraphs, let’s check them out:
1). Party All Night – 6 Cr.
The first song to be included in the list is Party of Light, which involved 600 foreign dancer having the music of Yo Yo Honey Singh featuring Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha. The song was shot in a pub based in Bangkok, while it cost you around 6 crore. Considering the huge success of the song from film Boss it was a big hit.
2). Malang – 5 Cr
It is interesting and shocking as well to hear that this song from Dhoom 3 was shot at the cost of 5 crore. The song had foreign dancers from the US along with their costumes who were brought in Bombay for 20 days in a camp, which cost him that huge money.
3). Tha Karke – 3.5 Cr
It took 12 days to complete this song, which carried thousand dancers along with 10 cars and 180 stuntmen. It simply doesn’t really get that larger but did cost Rohit a huge amount of 3.5 crore. He also hired a big VFX team for the song.
4). Saturday Saturday – 3 Cr.
The other song that remained cost included the one from Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania that features Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt having futuristic set up. The song was a big hit and considering the same it gave a good return on interest to Mr. Karan Johar.
5). Piya Ke Bazaar – 2 Cr.
The other one to be included in this list was the song from the film Humshakals that cost Sajid Khan a huge amount of 2 Cr. The song had 500 dancers at the background and they were absolutely professional that cost that much amount.