Most-Expensive Indian Movies Of All Time

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They say that money makes money. And while that may not always be the case with many big investments having been known to fall flat, including those in the realm of cinema the fact lies that the perpetually escalating stakes at the box-office have led Indian producers to gamble big on certain projects usually boasting big stars and lavish scales. There’s also no denying that when such high-risk gambles pay off, it’s these films that create box-office records and mint obscene amounts of dough for their investors reinforcing the criterion that you can’t make a ton of money unless you invest plenty of it to begin with.

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Keeping that in mind, let’s check out the most-expensive Indian movie to be produced to date (including print and advertising costs):

Film Year Star Cast Budget
2.0 2018

Rajinikanth

Akshay Kumar

AMy Jackson

450 cr.
Baahubali 2 2017

Prabhas

Rana Daggubati

Anushka Shetty

250 cr.
Padmavati 2017

Deepika Padukone

Ranveer Singh

Shahid Kapoor

200 cr.
Baahubali 1 2015

Prabhas

Rana Daggubati

Anushka Shetty

180 cr.
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo 2015

Salman Khan

Sonam Kapoor

180 cr.
Dhoom 3 2013

Aamir Khan

Katrina Kaif

Abhishek Bachchan

175 cr.
Dilwale 2015

Shah Rukh Khan

Kajol

Varun Dhawan

165 cr.
Bang Bang 2014

Hrithik Roshan

Katrina Kaif

160 cr.
Happy New Year 2014

Shah Rukh Khan

Deepika Padukone

150 cr.
Bajirao Mastani 2015

Deepika Padukone

Ranveer Singh

Priyanka Chopra

145 cr.
Mohenjo Daro 2016

Hrithik Roshan

Pooja Hegde

140 cr.
Enthiran 2010

Rajinikanth

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

132 cr.
Ra.One 2011

Shah Rukh Khan

Kareena Kapoor Khan

130 cr.
Kochadaiiyan 2014

Rajinikanth

Deepika Padukone

125 cr.
Bombay Velvet 2015

Ranbir Kapoor

Anushka Sharma

120 cr.
Kick 2014

Salman Khan

Jacqueline Fernandez

120 cr.
SPYder 2017

Mahesh Babu

Rakul Preet

S.J. Suryah

120 cr.
Krrish 3 2013

Hrithik Roshan

Priyanka Chopra

Kangana Ranaut

115 cr.
Mersal 2017

Thalapathy Vijay

Kajal Aggarwal

Samantha

Nithya Menen

110 cr.
Blue 2009

Akshay Kumar

Sanjay Dutt

Zayed Khan

Lara Dutta

110 cr.

 

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With the insane amounts of money being pumped into movies these days, especially by producers across the top three industries Bollywood, Kollywood, and Tollywood t’s only a matter of time before another film comes along to knock 2.0 off the top spot.

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Disclaimer: Our box-office figures have been compiled from reliable sources and our own extensive research, and are indicative of the film’s performance in the trade. However, Movified doesn’t claim any legitimacy over the accuracy of the data, and cannot be held responsible for any discrepancy in the same.












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