KGF 2, RRR And More Pan India Films Made On Insane Budgets Will Drive You Crazy

 


Pan-India budgets

The concept of pan-India films or even the term didn't exist before Baahubali: The Beginning released in 2015. Ever since its advent, a lot has changed, particularly for big-budget Telugu and Kannada movies, starring big stars, and made by highly successful commercial Directors, with them running riot in the Hindi belt due to no small part from the backing or traditional Hindi movie production/distribution houses. Since then, we've seen the likes of Baahubali 2, Pushpa, RRR, KGF Chapter 2 dominate across India with the huge help of the Hindi market like few Bollywood movies have in the past. However, to make big money across India you also need to invest big money, not that it always works. To that effect, check out the budgets of the most expensive pan-India movies below:

Baahubali the Beginning

Baahubali the Beginning

Baahubali was produced on a budget of about ₹180 crore.

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Baahubali the Conclusion

Baahubali the Conclusion

Baahubali 2 was produced on a budget of about ₹250 crore.

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2.0

2.0

2.0 was produced on a budget of about ₹500 crore.

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KGF Chapter 1

KGF Chapter 1

KGF was produced on a budget of about ₹80 crore.

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Saaho

Saaho

Saaho was produced on a budget of about ₹300 crore.

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Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy

Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy

Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy was produced on a budget of about ₹250 crore.

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Marakkar: Lion of the Arabian Sea

Marakkar: Lion of the Arabian Sea

Marakkar was produced on a budget of about ₹100 crore.

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Pushap the Rise

Pushap the Rise

Pushpa was produced on a budget of about ₹200 crore.

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Valimai

Valimai

Valimai was produced on a budget of about ₹150 crore.

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Radhe Shyam

Radhe Shyam

Radhe Shyam was produced on a budget of about ₹350 crore.

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RRR

RRR

RRR was produced on a budget of about ₹550 crore.

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Beast

Beast

Beast was produced on a budget of about ₹170 crore.

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KGF Chapter 2

KGF Chapter 2

KGF 2 was produced on a budget of about ₹120 crore.

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