Most Expensive Indian Movies

There are several official records in the Indian film industry. Every year, hundreds of films are produced in a variety of Indian languages. Millions of people are drawn to the Indian cinema industry. The rivalry has affected the budgets of movies and technologies during the previous decade. Tamil and Hindi films invest more money in order to compete. Enthiran (Robot) is one of India’s most costly films, having a budget of over 200 crores. “2.0” is the most costly film to date, at a budget of 570 crores (estimated). The Following Expensive Movies in India is a 2016 update.

6. Ra One

Language: Hindi
Produced by: Gauri Khan
Directed by: Anubhav Sinha, Kanika Dhillon
Release Year: 24 October 2011
Production Cost: (Rs) 137,00,00,000 – ($) 27,500,000

5. Blue

Language: Hindi
Produced by: Dhillin Mehta
Directed by: Anthony D’Souza
Release Year: 16 October 2009
Production Cost: (Rs) 140,00,00,000 – ($) 28,028,000

4. Baahubali 2: The Conclusion

Produced by: Shobu Yarlagadda, Prasad Devineni
Directed by: S S. Rajamouli
Release Year: 28 April 2017
Production Cost: ₹250 crore

3. Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy

Produced by: Ram Charan
Directed by: Surender Reddy
Release Year: 2 October 2019
Production Cost: ₹200–270 crore

2. Saaho

Saaho poster

Produced by: Vamsi Krishna Reddy, Pramod Uppalapati, Bhushan Kumar
Directed by: Sujeeth
Release Year: 30 August 2019
Production Cost: ₹350 crores

1. 2.0

2.0 film poster

Produced by: A. Subaskaran
Directed by: S. Shankar
Release Year: 29 November 2018
Production Cost: ₹ 570 crores (US$82 million)

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