The most expensive 6 South Indian films

The most expensive 6 South Indian films 

Rajinikanth's three films are among the ten most expensive South Indian films. Trade film analysts have said that '2.0' will be the most expensive film in India. It uses expensive video effects and is very sophisticated. Similarly, the budget of 6 South Indian films is discussed here.

The most expensive 6 South Indian films
The most expensive 6 South Indian films

1. 2.0 - The budget of this film starring Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar has received a lot of attention. The film was made at a cost of around Rs 400 crore. The film uses the most expensive video effects. Akshay Kumar, who is in a negative role, alone has paid Rs 450 million. The film has been made by spending good money on makeup, the climax of the film, co-director, producer, manager etc. The film was released in 2017.

2. Bahubali-2 - This film has also spent a lot of budget due to the latest video effects and sets. 200 crore has been spent to complete the second part of Bahubali alone. Similarly, Rs 120 crore was spent on the first part of Bahubali. However, the second part of Bahubali has created a new history of earnings before its release.

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3. Anthrin - The Hindi version of the movie 'Robot' is also an expensive movie. Starring Rajinikanth and Aishwarya Rai, director Shankar has used some special techniques in this film. The total budget of the film is Rs 132 crore.

4. Kochchadian - Made at a cost of Rs 125 crore, this film is called Tamil Epic Historical Fiction Film. The film stars Deepika Padukone and Rajinikanth.

5.Bahubali - The first part of the film Bahubali, which earned a total of Rs 600 crore, had a budget of Rs 120 crore. The success of the film is due to its directing, fearlessness, story and visual effects. It is the highest-grossing South Indian film ever.

6.Puli The film, starring Puli-Sridevi and Vijay, has a budget of Rs 118 crore. It ranks sixth among the 10 most expensive South Indian films. Special effects are used to represent two different states.

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The most expensive South Indian films This is a list of the most expensive Indian films, with budgets given in Indian rupees and US ... ₹125 crore
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