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Producers spend millions – crores of rupees to entertain audiences through Bollywood films. A large part of this expenditure is also spent on adding glamor to the film. Actors Prabhas and Pooja Hegde will soon be seen in the film Radhey-Shyam, whose teaser is in discussion these days. The total budget of this film is Rs 350 crores, out of which 6 crores has been spent in just Prabhas’ costume. Even before Prabhas, many Bollywood stars have been in the limelight for wearing expensive and expensive clothes in films. Let’s know which are those movies and stars-
Padmavat – Deepika Padukone
The historical drama film Padmavat was in the news for several reasons. A big reason for this was also the budget of the film, most of which was spent in the clothes and jewelry of the stars. The film was produced in a big budget of 160 crores rupees. The lehenga Deepika Padukone wore for the film’s song Ghoomar alone cost 30 lakh rupees. In this way, weddings take place in the homes of a middle class class, which was only the actress’s lehenga. The second surprise was that the weight of the actress’s lehenga was 30 kg, wearing which the actress had done difficult dance steps. This lehenga took 600 days to be ready. 200 craftsman crafted it with gold.
Devdas – Madhuri Dixit
Makers have spent big bucks on the clothes of Madhuri Dixit who plays Chandramukhi in the blockbuster film Devdas. This film is one of the most expensive costumes of all time. Sanjay Leela always keeps a close watch on everything in the film, due to which he has spent Rs 15 lakhs in many clothes worn by Madhuri in this film. In the film Devdas, clothes were designed by Neeta Lulla, Sandeep Khosla, Reza Sharifi for which she was also given the IIFA Award for Best Costume Designer. The cost of Madhuri’s lehenga featured in the song Maralaya was more than 15 lakhs.
Robot – Rajinikanth
South superstar Rajinikanth wore a robotic dress worth Rs 3 crore in the movie Robot. The specialty of this dress was that it looks huge but it is very light in reality. In the film, Rajni Kant played two roles of professor and robot letter. The film was well liked in South Cinema to Bollywood and many countries. This designer robot suit was designed by popular designer Manish Malhotra.
Jodha Akbar – Aishwarya Rai
Aishwarya Rai played the role of Jodha Bai in the blockbuster film Jodha Akbar. In the film, each of her lehengas and dresses were designed to give the actress a royal look. You will be surprised to know that the makers had to spend Rs 2 lakh for each of their dresses. The biggest thing is that the actress has been wearing a new lehenga every second. Aishwarya’s designer for the film was Neet Lulla.
Singh is Bling
Akshay Kumar played the role of Sardar in the film Singh is Bling. In the song titled Song, Akshay wore a black colored kurta, gold jewelery and golden turban. The price of this turban alone was 65 lakh rupees. It was by far the most expensive turban in Bollywood. The total budget of this entire film is Rs 91 crore.
Krish 3- Kangana Ranot
In the film Krrish 3, Kangana Ranot played the role of Supervillen in which she got many different looks. Kangana wore 10 different costumes in this film, which the makers had to spend Rs 1 crore to make. His clothes were designed by Gavin Miguel who studied in Hollywood.
Bajirao Mastani – Deepika Padukone
The beauty of Deepika Padukone in the hit film Bajirao Mastani made everyone crazy. Makers had to spend 50 lakh rupees to make Mastani’s role perfect. Deepika’s clothes and look were highly appreciated in the film.
Tevar- Sonakshi Sinha
The film, directed by Amit Sharma, was produced in a budget of 40 crores. The film featured Sonakshi Sinha and Arjun Kapoor in the lead roles. Sonakshi Sinha has appeared in the song Radha Nachegi in the beginning of this film. In this song 75 lakh rupees were applied to prepare her dress. The song was choreographed by Remo D’Souza.
Prince- Vivek Oberoi
Vivek Oberoi played the lead role in the 2010 film. Directed by Kuki V Gulati, the film was produced for Rs 35 crore. In this film, 30 lakh rupees were spent to prepare the actor’s special suit.