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List of most expensive Indian films

This is a list of the most expensive Indian films, with budgets given in Indian rupees and US dollars.

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Most expensive Indian filmsEdit

Note: Films produced in a certain language may not necessarily be from that industry. For instance, all films made in Hindi may not necessarily be produced in Bollywood.[needs update]

Rank Title Year Studio Budget (est.) Ref. Primary language(s) Status
1 2.0 2018 Lyca Productions 543 crore (US$79 million) [1][2] Tamil Released
2 RRR 2020 DVV Entertainment 352 crore (US$51 million) to 400 crore (US$58 million) [3] Telugu Filming
3 Thugs of Hindostan 2018 Yash Raj Films 300 crore (US$43 million) [4] Hindi
Mahavir Karna 2019 United Film Kingdom [5][6][7] Tamil, Hindi Filming
Saaho 2019 UV Creations
T-Series
[8] Hindi, Telugu, Tamil
6 Baahubali 2: The Conclusion 2017 Arka Media Works 250 crore (US$36 million) [9] Telugu, Tamil
Released
7 Bharat 2019 Reel Life Productions

Salman Khan Films

T-Series

240 crore (US$35 million) [10] Hindi Released
8 Padmaavat 2018 Bhansali Productions
Viacom 18 Motion Pictures
215 crore (US$31 million) [11][12] Hindi Released
9 Tiger Zinda Hai 2017 Yash Raj Films 210 crore (US$30 million) [13] Hindi Released
10 Zero 2018 Red Chillies Entertainment
Colour Yellow Productions
200 crore (US$29 million) [14] Hindi Released
Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy 2019 Konidela Production Company [15] Telugu Filming
12 Race 3 2018 Salman Khan Films
Tips Films
185 crore (US$27 million) [16] Hindi Released
13 Baahubali: The Beginning 2015 Arka Media Works 180 crore (US$26 million) [17] Telugu, Tamil
Released
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo 2015 Fox Star Studios
Rajshri Productions
[16] Hindi Released
15 Dhoom 3 2013 Yash Raj Films ₹175 crore (US$30 million) [16] Released
16 Dilwale 2015 Red Chillies Entertainment
Rohit Shetty Productions
₹165 crore (US$26 million) Released
17 Zookeeper 2019 Eros International
Trinity Pictures
Peacock Mountain Culture & Media
₹162 crore (US$25 million) [18][19] Hindi, Chinese
Filming
18 Bang Bang! 2014 Fox Star Studios ₹160 crore (US$26 million) [16] Hindi Released
19 Happy New Year Red Chillies Entertainment ₹150 crore (US$25 million)
20 Sultan 2016 Yash Raj Films ₹145 crore (US$22 million) [20] Hindi Released

Historical timelineEdit

Year Title Budget in INR (est.) Budget (est.) Ref. Language(s)
1933 Savitri 75,000 75,000 (equivalent to 30 million or US$440,000 in 2016) [b] Telugu
1943 Kismet 2 lakh (200,000) 200,000 (equivalent to 68 million or US$1 million in 2016) [d] Hindi-Urdu
1948 Chandralekha 30 lakh (3 million) 3 million (equivalent to 240 million or US$3.4 million in 2018) [28] Tamil
Hindi-Urdu
1952 Aan 35 lakh (3.5 million) 3.5 million (equivalent to 280 million or US$4.0 million in 2018) [29] Hindi-Urdu
1953 Jhansi Ki Rani ₹60 lakh (6 million) 6 million (equivalent to 470 million or US$6.9 million in 2018) [30]
1960 Mughal-e-Azam 1.5 crore (15 million) 15 million (equivalent to 1.0 billion or US$15 million in 2018) [31][32]
1975 Sholay 3 crore (30 million) 30 million (equivalent to 630 million or US$9.1 million in 2018) [33]
1980 Shaan 6 crore (60 million) 60 million (equivalent to 1.0 billion or US$15 million in 2018) [34]
1983 Raziya Sultan ₹7 crore (70 million) 70 million (equivalent to 890 million or US$13 million in 2018) [35]
1991 Ajooba ₹8 crore (80 million) 80 million (equivalent to 510 million or US$7.4 million in 2018) [36] Hindi-Urdu
Russian
1993 Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja ₹9 crore (90 million) 90 million (equivalent to 490 million or US$7.0 million in 2018) [36] Hindi
1995 Trimurti ₹11 crore (110 million) 110 million (equivalent to 490 million or US$7.1 million in 2018) [37]
1996 Indian 15 crore (150 million) 150 million (equivalent to 610 million or US$8.9 million in 2018) [38] Tamil
1997 Ratchagan 18 crore (180 million) 180 million (equivalent to 690 million or US$9.9 million in 2018) [39]
1998 Jeans 20 crore (200 million) 200 million (equivalent to 670 million or US$9.7 million in 2018) [40]
2000 Raju Chacha 25 crore (250 million) 250 million (equivalent to 770 million or US$11 million in 2018) [36] Hindi
2001 Lagaan 25 crore (250 million) 250 million (equivalent to 740 million or US$11 million in 2018) [41]
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... 40 crore (400 million) 400 million (equivalent to 1.2 billion or US$17 million in 2018) [42]
2002 Devdas 50 crore (500 million) 500 million (equivalent to 1.4 billion or US$21 million in 2018) [43]
2005 Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story ₹50 crore (500 million) 500 million (equivalent to 1.3 billion or US$18 million in 2018) [44][45] Hindi-Urdu
2007 Sivaji 60 crore (600 million) 600 million (equivalent to 1.4 billion or US$20 million in 2018) [46] Tamil
2008 Dasavathaaram 60 crore (600 million) 600 million (equivalent to 1.3 billion or US$18 million in 2018) [47]
Ghajini 65 crore (650 million) 650 million (equivalent to 1.4 billion or US$20 million in 2018) [32] Hindi
2009 Blue 80 crore (800 million) 800 million (equivalent to 1.5 billion or US$22 million in 2018) [48]
2010 My Name is Khan ₹85 crore (850 million) 850 million (equivalent to 1.4 billion or US$21 million in 2018) [49]
Enthiran 132 crore (1.32 billion) 1.32 billion (equivalent to 2.2 billion or US$32 million in 2018) [50] Tamil
2011 Ra.One 150 crore (1.5 billion) ₹1.5 billion (equivalent to ₹2.3 billion or US$34 million in 2017) [51] Hindi
2013 Dhoom 3 175 crore (1.75 billion) ₹1.75 billion (equivalent to ₹2.2 billion or US$32 million in 2017) [16]
2015 Baahubali: The Beginning 180 crore (1.8 billion) ₹1.8 billion (equivalent to ₹2 billion or US$29 million in 2017) [17] Telugu
Tamil
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo 180 crore (1.8 billion) ₹1.8 billion (equivalent to ₹2 billion or US$29 million in 2017) [16] Hindi
2017 Baahubali 2: The Conclusion 250 crore (2.5 billion) 2.5 billion (US$36 million) [16] Telugu
Tamil
2018 2.0 ₹543 crore (5.43 billion) 5.43 billion (US$79 million) [1] Tamil

Most expensive films by languageEdit

AssameseEdit

The Assamese cinema, also known as Jollywood, produces films in Assamese language.

Rank Title Year Studio(s) Budget (est.) Ref.
1 Mission China 2017 I Creation 2.5 crore (US$360,000) [52]

BengaliEdit

The cinema of West Bengal, also known as Tollywood, produces films in Bengali language.

Rank Title Year Studio(s) Budget (est.) Ref.
1 Amazon Obhijaan 2017 Shree Venkatesh Films 20 crore (US$2.9 million) [53]
2 Chander Pahar
Yoddha: The Warrior
2013
2014
15 crore (US$2.2 million) [54]
3 Macho Mastaana 2012 Remac Filmz 7 crore (US$1.0 million) [55]
4 Mishawr Rawhoshyo 2013 Shree Venkatesh Films [56]

GujaratiEdit

Gujarati cinema, produces films in Gujarati language.

Rank Title Year Studio(s) Budget (est.) Ref.
1 Bey Yaar 2014 CineMan Productions 2.25 crore (US$350,000) [57]
2 Kevi Rite Jaish 2012 CineMan Productions 1.75 crore (US$270,000) [57]

HindiEdit

Hindi cinema, also known as Bollywood, produces many of the most expensive Indian films, many of which are released worldwide.

#+ Implies that the film is a bilingual and the budget figure includes the collective expense to produce both versions.
Rank Title Year Studio(s) Budget (est.) Ref.
1 Thugs of Hindostan 2018 Yash Raj Films 300 crore (US$43 million) [4]
Mahavir Karna 2020 United Film Kingdom [58]
Saaho 2019 UV Creations
T-Series
[8]
2 Padmaavat 2018 Bhansali Productions
Viacom 18 Motion Pictures
215 crore (US$31 million) [11][12]
3 Tiger Zinda Hai 2017 Yash Raj Films 210 crore (US$30 million) [13]
4 Zero 2018 Red Chillies Entertainment
Colour Yellow Productions
200 crore (US$29 million) [14]
5 Race 3 2018 Salman Khan Films
Tips Films
185 crore (US$27 million) [16]
6 Prem Ratan Dhan Payo 2015 Fox Star Studios
Rajshri Productions
180 crore (US$26 million) [16]
7 Dhoom 3 2013 Yash Raj Films 175 crore (US$25 million) [16]
8 Dilwale 2015 Red Chillies Entertainment
Rohit Shetty Productions
165 crore (US$24 million) [16]
9 Bang Bang! 2014 Fox Star Studios 160 crore (US$23 million) [16]

KannadaEdit

The Kannada cinema, also known as Sandalwood, produces films in Kannada language.

Rank Title Year Studio(s) Budget (est.) Ref.
1 KGF 2018 Hombale Films 80 crore (US$12 million) [59]
2 The Villain 2018 Tanvi–Shanvi Films 45 crore (US$6.5 million) [60]
3 Krantiveera Sangolli Rayanna 2012 Chithravani 26 crore (US$3.8 million) [61]
4 Maanikya 2014 MNK Movies
Kiccha Creations
Kolla Entertainments
19 crore (US$2.7 million)
5 Rana Vikrama 2015 Jayanna Combines
Reliance Entertainment
15 crore (US$2.2 million)

MalayalamEdit

The Malayalam cinema, also known as Mollywood, produces films in Malayalam language.

Rank Title Year Studio(s) Budget (est.) Ref.
1 Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham 2020 Aashirvad Cinemas
Moonshot Entertainments
Confident Group
100 crore (US$14 million) [62]
2 Odiyan 2018 Aashirvad Cinemas 50 crore (US$7.2 million) [63]
3 Kayamkulam Kochunni 2018 Sree Gokulam Films 45 crore (US$6.5 million) [64]
Mamangam 2019 Kavya Films [65]
4 Veeram 2016 Chandrakala Arts 35 crore (US$5.1 million) [66]
5 Lucifer 2019 Aashirvad Cinemas 30 crore (US$4.3 million) [67]
6 Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja 2009 Sree Gokulam Films 27 crore (US$3.9 million) [68]
Madhura Raja 2019 Nelson Ipe Cinemas [69]
7 Big Brother 2019 S Talkies
Shaman International
Vaishaka Cynyma
25 crore (US$3.6 million) [70]
Pulimurugan 2016 Mulakuppadam Films [71]

MarathiEdit

The Marathi cinema, produces films in Marathi language.

#+ Implies that the film is a bilingual and the budget figure includes the collective expense to produce both versions.
Rank Title Year Studio(s) Budget (est.) Ref.
1 Thackeray 2019 Viacom 18 Motion Pictures #+40 crore (US$5.8 million) [72]
2 Lai Bhaari 2014 Mumbai Film Company 15 crore (US$2.2 million) [73]
3 Mauli (film) 2018 Mumbai Film Company 10 crore (US$1.4 million)
4 Pyaar Vali Love Story 2014 Cinema Company India Pvt Ltd
Dreaming 24/7 Productions
and STV Network Pvt Ltd
7.5 crore (US$1.1 million) [74]
5 Katyar Kaljat Ghusali 2015 Essel Vision Productions 7 crore (US$1.0 million) [73]
6 Faster Fene 2017 Mumbai Film Company
Essel Vision Productions
6 crore (US$870,000) [75]
7 Bhikari 2017 Essel Vision Productions 5 crore (US$720,000) [73]

PunjabiEdit

The Punjabi cinema, produces films in Punjabi language.

Rank Title Year Studio(s) Budget (est.) Ref.
1 Chaar Sahibzaade 2014 Baweja Movies 20 crore (US$2.9 million) [76]
2 Sajjan Singh Rangroot 2018 Vivid Art House 16.5 crore (US$2.4 million)
3 Zorawar 2016 PTC Motion Pictures 16 crore (US$2.3 million) [77]
4 Sardaar Ji 2015 White Hill Productions 13 crore (US$1.9 million) [78]
5 Jatt & Juliet 2 2013 White Hill Productions 8.5 crore (US$1.2 million) [79]
6 Mirza – The Untold Story 2012 Inda Raikoti and Aman Khatkar 8 crore (US$1.2 million) [80]

TamilEdit

The Tamil cinema, colloquially known as Kollywood in reference to its headquarters, Kodambakkam, produces films in Tamil language.[81]

#+ Implies that the film is a bilingual and the budget figure includes the collective expense to produce both versions.
Rank Title Year Studio(s) Budget (est.) Ref. Status
1 2.0 2018 Lyca Productions 543 crore (US$79 million) [1] Released
2 Mahavir Karna 2020 United Film Kingdom 300 crore (US$43 million) #+ [82] Filming
Saaho 2019 UV Creations
T-Series
[8] Filming
4 Baahubali 2: The Conclusion 2017 Arka Media Works 250 crore (US$36 million) #+ [9] Released
5 Baahubali: The Beginning 2015 Arka Media Works 180 crore (US$26 million) #+ [17]
6 Enthiran 2010 Sun Pictures 132 crore (US$19 million) [50]
7 Mersal 2017 Thenandal Studio Limited 130 crore (US$19 million) [83]
Vivegam Sathya Jyothi Films [84]
8 Kochadaiiyaan 2014 Eros International 125 crore (US$18 million) [85]
9 Spyder 2017 NVR CinemaLLP 120 crore (US$17 million) [86]
10 Puli 2015 SKT Studios 118 crore (US$17 million) [87]

TeluguEdit

The Telugu cinema, also known as Tollywood, produces films in Telugu language.

#+ Implies that the film is a bilingual and the budget figure includes the collective expense to produce both versions.
Rank Title Year Studio(s) Budget (est.) Ref.
1 RRR 2020 DVV Entertainment 352-400 crore (US$−58 million) [3]
2 Saaho 2018 UV Creations
T-Series
300 crore (US$43 million) #+ [8]
3 Baahubali 2: The Conclusion 2017 Arka Media Works 250 crore (US$36 million) #+ [9]
4 Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy 2019 Konidela Production Company 200 crore (US$29 million) [88]
5 Baahubali: The Beginning 2015 Arka Media Works 180 crore (US$26 million) #+ [17]
6 Spyder 2017 NVR CinemaLLP 120 crore (US$17 million) #+ [86]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ 3.1439 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1933: 13.33 per pound,[23] $4.24 per pound[24]
  2. ^ 75,000[21][22] (US$23,856)[a] in 1933 (US$461,727 or 3 crore[25] in 2016)
  3. ^ 3.3223 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1943[27]
  4. ^ 200,000[26] (US$60,200)[c] in 1943 (equivalent to US$1 million or 6.83 crore[25] in 2016)

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