Baahubali, Ra.One, Krrish 3, Bang Bang, Dhoom 3, I and Robot are the Most Expensive Films in Bollywood

With ‘Baahubali’ up for release in July 2015, let’s take a look at some of the most expensive films that have ever been produced in the Hindi Film Industry. Though many of you might still not know what ‘Baahubali’ is, it’s a Telugu film directed by S. S. Rajamouli; the same director, who made an entire film based on a fly titled ‘Eega’. ‘Baahubali’ is featured on this list because Karan Johar has joined hands with the director to release the film in Hindi. I guess Karan knows ‘Baahubali’ will be a big hit, so he decided to get a piece of it. Aside from ‘Baahubali’, there’s also ‘I’ and ‘Robot’ that are both Tamil films dubbed in Hindi and are both directed by Shankar. Let’s see what other Hindi films burnt a hole in its producers pocket.

Most Expensive Hindi Films

 

Baahubali – Budget: Rs 250 crore

Baahubali

 

Ra.One – Budget: Rs 125 crore

RaOne

Krrish 3 – Budget: Rs 115 crore.

Krrish 3

Bang Bang – Budget: Rs 140 crore

Bang Bang

Dhoom 3 – Budget: Rs 125 crore

Dhoom 3

I – Budget: Rs 100 crore

I

Robot – Budget: Rs 150 crore

Robot

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