Akshay Kumar and Rajinikanth starer upcoming film 2.0 will soon include a shoot of a song that will cost approximately 5 crore rupees. Film’s actress Amy Jackson has confirmed the news. The shooting of this song that will feature Amy Jackson and Rajinikanth is scheduled for August. The song will take about 12 days to complete. The song will be composed by Oscar winner A.R Rahman. The song will include a dose of romance plus dance. Film 2.0 is slated to release on Diwali this year. The budget of the film is 450 crore.
As same as this song, there is a list of songs in Bollywood that come under the category of most expensive songs. Their cost is even more than a whole movie budget. Check out:
1) Party All Night – Boss
This song from the film Boss was made with a total budget of 6 Crore Rupees. This song by Yo Yo Honey Singh featured Sonakshi Sinha and Akshay Kumar. It lasts for 4 minutes. The song was shot at a pub in Bangkok with 6000 background dancers.
2) Malang – Dhoom 3
The song features Katrina Kaif and Mr. perfectionist Aamir Khan was made with a total budget of 5 Crore Rupees. The film Dhoom 3 was a blockbuster hit. For this song 200 gymnasts were specially trained for 20 days in Mumbai then a special dress was made for them. The whole team of the song then moved to the USA for the shoot.
3) Tha Karke – Golmaal Returns
The song was made with a total budget of 3.5 crore rupees. In this song, 1000 back-dancers worked along with 180 fighters. 10 most costly cars of that time were used in the song. The song took 12 days to get complete.
4) Saturday-Saturday – Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya
This peppy number of Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan took 3 crore rupees for its making. The song was shot at filmcity.
5) Dola Re Dola – Devdas
The song took 2.5 crore rupees in its making. Featuring Aishwarya Rai and Madhuri Dixit, this song included a royal setup and costly costumes.
6) Chammak Chalo – Ra-one
The song was made with a budget of 6 crore rupees approximately. It was said that the saree Kareena Kapoor wore in the song costs rupees 3 crores. And of course! It was a collaboration with International and Grammy winner singer Akon so you can better guess the cost.