Of all those expensive music videos from Tamil, the top most expensive music video has been made by Bollywood. This shouldn’t be a much of a surprise since Bollywood’s movies have been earning millions or even billions in theaters and we just cannot ignore the fact that their music videos and songs in films are almost half of the earnings of the movie.
This explains why the Tamil industry and Bollywood give so much importance to the music in their movies. Every Tamil movie noways had about 3 to 4 songs on average and a song that features famous stars or singers.
There are a lot of movies that were not successful at all at the box-office but their music albums have made a lot of money. From having the best singers and stars to beautiful locations, Tamil music video simply have it all.
India has always been a country that loves and uses music to its fullest. Especially the Indian audience considering how drawn they are too good music and music videos. This is why we have made a list of the top 5 most expensive music videos in India.
1Party all night
“Party All Night” a song from Akshay Kumar from the movie BOSS was the party anthem of 2013. This song was sung and composed by YO YO Honey Singh. The music video was shot in Bangkok. Six hundred foreign dancers were used to fulfill the background of the video. They spent a total of a million American dollars for this music video or 6 Crores. What could stop this music video from becoming a blockbuster?
Malang is a song from Aamir Khan that featured in the famous movie Dhoom 3. YRF spent Rs 5 crore or about 700,000 United States dollars. This song was composed by Pritam. The music video featured 300 gymnastic dancers that were flown from the USA to Mumbai and set up a training camp that lasted for 30 days. A lot of intensive training was provided for the gymnastics and both to Katrina and Aamir for the aerial shots of the movie.
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3The Kar ke
The Karke is a song from Golmaal returns by Rohit Shetty’s. Around one thousand backup dancers were used with 180 stuntmen and more than 15 cars were in the making of this music video. This song and music video took about 10 days to complete. Rohit Shetty used the most expensive cars available at that time. This cost them 3.5 crores which are around 500,000 US dollars.
Saturday is from the movie Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania and costs around 400,000 US dollars or 3 crore rupees. It was a very good party track that features Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt. The music video was shot at Film City in Mumbai. The whole music video is a big proof of money well spent.
Chammak Chalo Is a song from 2011’s superhero movie Ra. This song features Kareena Kapoor and Shah Rukh Khan both dressed in traditional Indian attires. The director of the music video also announced that the famous world singer Akon would also be a part of the soundtrack.