1. Party All Night – Rs. 6 Cr.
The most expensive Bollywood song till date, Party All Night had Yo Yo Honey Singh, Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha giving us an idea of how they party if they’re in a Bangkok pub with 600 dancers around them. The song appears in the film, Boss.
2 Malang – Rs. 5 Cr.
Considering the song was featured in a movie in the highly successful Dhoom franchise, the staggering sum spent on it may not come as a complete surprise. But as an aside, we would like to add that had they spent more effort on coming up with a plausible story than creating mind-boggling dance sequences, we could have enjoyed Dhoom 3 a lot more.
3. Tha Karke – Rs. 3.5 Cr.
For a song that took INR 3.5 Crore and 12 days to finish, Tha Karke certainly could have benefited from better visual effects. However, the 180 stuntmen and about 1,000 dancers who made the song happen did do a good job. Featured in Golmaal Returns.
4. Saturday Saturday – Rs. 3 Cr.
Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan danced their way through a sci-fi set and into the audience’s heart with this party track. The film, Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania didn’t go down well with the critics but the audience did get a kick out of this one.
5. Radha Nachegi – Rs. 2.5 Cr.
Of the entire money spent on the song, the lehenga that adorned the curves of Sonakshi Sinha alone cost a whopping Rs. 75 Lakhs. Featured in the film, Tevar this one is indeed a dance worthy of the mythical Radha.
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